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5 cool tips with fashion model Sor Vorleak

5 cool tips with fashion model Sor Vorleak

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Fashion shows are very popular among the new generation. Here, Sor Vorleak brings you some cool tips for those who want to be a model.

Make-up
Make-up depends on the occasion that you attend. For fashion shows, you should wear a hard make-up for a nasty look that is suited to the bright lights. For advertising shows, you should wear light make-up in natural style in order not to be more attractive than the product you advertise.?

Walking attractively
To be eye-catching during your walking style, your back should not be curved and your chest should not be far forward. In other words, to keep your body straight, you should spend some time bending your back to the wall for as long as you can. By doing so, I guarantee that your back will be as straight as 900.

High heels
High heels are very good for models. Some women might not be used to wearing them and might be hurt by broken heels. If you want to walk freely with high heels, you should put weight into your toes more often than your ankle.

Dressing
You are not walking as a model every day. When you are in a public place, you should not let your attractiveness diminish by your dress. You should choose a very nice in fashion set of clothes with vivid colours or dress shorts if the weather is good.

Diet
Weight is very important for those who want to be a model, that’s why they should eat regularly and avoid high-calorie food. Before making a show, you should not eat a lot of food in order not to make choosing clothes difficult.

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