I wanna know what you GaGs think of me.
Most Helpful Girl
4 or 5.
You're not bad-looking, but if I were to see you on the street or in a magazine, I wouldn't take a second look at you. Your looks are fairly ordinary. Although most models today are unattractive, appear extremely ill, and look similar, I can still somehow tell them apart from each other; however, there is really nothing about your face that strikes me as unique, stunning, or worth remembering. (But don’t take my word for it.) The era of memorable, powerful models - Linda Evangelista, Christy Turlington, Cindy Crawford, etc. - is long gone, and yet I remember those faces as if their reign was just yesterday.
To be quite frank, I think your nose is kind of large - or perhaps just long - and your lips are a bit thin. That may sound harsh, but what's the difference between hearing it from me and hearing it from a modeling agency? They will be very blunt with you and have no problem saying to your face, "Sorry, we already have enough models who look like you. Next!"
By the way, you’re from England, right? Well, as a model, you will have to be both a sycophant and a ruthless bitch: you will have to suck-up to your modeling agent and you will have to treat your fellow models as competitors. (And don’t doubt for a second that they will do the same to you.) In the States, we have a pretty absurd and undoubtedly stereotypical view of how the English behave, which is excessively polite - to the point of superficiality - so when you enter the modeling industry, it would behoove you to drop that politeness (at least at certain times) and always remember that in the world of fashion, being pretty is not nearly enough. You need motivation, determination, unyielding ambition, and the ability to push past everyone and everything to make it to the top - because the top is all there is. There is no middle and there sure as hell is no bottom.
Good luck out there.0
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