So you want to know how to find models? Models are just like regular girls. The only difference between a model and a regular girl is that models get paid to look hot. If you want to get a beautiful model, you must begin by finding her.
In order to find a model, you will need:
- Locate your model by expressing an interest in fashion. If you live in a big city, attend a fashion show. Wait until the show ends to approach her. If a fashion show is not your scene, head to a local bar or club after the show ends. Many models hit the clubs after a show.
- Scope models out in the stores. Most models are over five feet nine inches tall. If you want to find a model, look for the tallest girls around. Modeling agencies don't typically accept shorter girls.
- Head to the agency. Modeling agencies won't provide any model information or allow you to contact one of their models. Stand nearby the agency. Don't look like a stalker or crazy man though. You don't want to spook the models. Look for potential models entering or leaving the agency. Strike a casual conversation with the model. Pay her a compliment. Ask her for directions. Whatever your approach, be confident, cool, and collected. Never come on too strong.
- Look on the web. Many models have social networking pages like Myspace.com and Facebook.com. Remember, models are regular girls. Modeling is just their career choice. Search for a girl who works as a model. Even if you don't find an actual model, you may be able to find a girl who looks just as good as a model.
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