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Saturday, April 14, 2012

Did You Know...? #9

...Gisele Bundchen does her own eye makeup for shoots? Because her eyes are sensitive and she doesn't feel comfortable with a makeup artist being that close to her eyes, she applies her own liner and mascara.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

I have really sensitive eyes as well. Do you think as a newer model and not Gisele status that would be a problem for makeup artist and designers?

Anonymous said...

Hi Dania, you have a great body. So I want to know what do you do to stay so in shape. What type of exercises do you do and for how long to you perform the exercise. Also what is your diet like how healthy do you eat.

Anonymous said...

Hi,
Just found your blog and I love how you not only update it frequently but also provide pertinent information. I did a short stint as a model when I was younger, and at 20 yrs old I'm thinking of giving it another go. The only thing is, I'm not sure how to go about it or what type of work I would do. I have a very unique look and can't go anywhere without getting noticed, but I'm rather short at 5"4'. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

As a petite, mixed, exotic looking 20 year old, what would be the best way for me to get into the modeling world and what would be the best niche or type or modeling for me?
Thanks

Anonymous said...

Hi Dania, I have a question about body type. According to most of the research that I have done I'm pear shaped. My measurements are 32,25,35. Whenever I gain weight I mainly have to buy bigger pants to accommodate my thighs. But I feel my shape is weird because I have big thighs and a medium butt. It is as if my butt and my thighs are not completely equal. I'm actually very self conscious of this because I don't have classically wide hips either yes they're 35inches but they're not a wide 35inches if that makes sense. It's embarrassing because I'm black and I feel if I'm going to be pear shaped then I should be pear shaped all the way with big thighs and a big butt. I'm not sure how agencies will feel about how proportioned I am but I'm self conscious about it. I have a medium size bust I wish I could take fat from my boobs and stick them in my butt because at least everything on my lower body would be proportioned. Yes I exercise regularly and put emphasize on my butt. Please help I just feel my body never finished puberty because of my semi narrow hips, big thighs and medium butt. I'm 24 but my body never caught up with my age. I feel without my boobs I would look like a boy and this makes me very sad :(. From the girl who's body never grew up :(.

kanika said...

Hi. Great blog. Congrats. I am an aspiring model from India. I am 22. Yes, it sounds old but in India, people usually begin modelling around this age as parents are very particular about college education. So,I am 22, 5'5 and weigh around 50 kgs, have a slim button nose, high cheekbones, defined jawline, beautiful eyes and lips. I know that maybe I won't be doing runway projects and honestly, they don't interest me either. My measurements are 34-26-34 so i guess that I am more suited for commercial modelling and I,personally, prefer that, too. Good for me! Well, the thing is that I come from a very conservative family and my own views about clothing are not very dissimilar. I prefer to keep it modest. I want to know that given my reservations, is it still possible for me to become a model? Or should I just drop this idea altogether?

Dania Denise said...

Hi, Anonymous (#1)! You'll find the answer to your question in its own post, titled "Answering a Reader Question #366," which can be found on my new blog: "Modeling 101 - Answering Readers Questions."

Please visit this link: http://amodelsdiary-readerquestions.blogspot.com/ and you can view your post there. Thanks for reading!

Dania Denise said...

Hi, Anonymous (#2)! You'll find the answer to your question in its own post, titled "Answering a Reader Question #367," which can be found on my new blog: "Modeling 101 - Answering Readers Questions."

Please visit this link: http://amodelsdiary-readerquestions.blogspot.com/ and you can view your post there. Thanks for reading!

Dania Denise said...

Hi, Anonymous (#3)! You'll find the answer to your question in its own post, titled "Answering a Reader Question #368," which can be found on my new blog: "Modeling 101 - Answering Readers Questions."

Please visit this link: http://amodelsdiary-readerquestions.blogspot.com/ and you can view your post there. Thanks for reading!

Dania Denise said...

Hi, Anonymous (#4)! You'll find the answer to your question in its own post, titled "Answering a Reader Question #369," which can be found on my new blog: "Modeling 101 - Answering Readers Questions."

Please visit this link: http://amodelsdiary-readerquestions.blogspot.com/ and you can view your post there. Thanks for reading!

Dania Denise said...

Hi, Anonymous (#5)! You'll find the answer to your question in its own post, titled "Answering a Reader Question #370," which can be found on my new blog: "Modeling 101 - Answering Readers Questions."

Please visit this link: http://amodelsdiary-readerquestions.blogspot.com/ and you can view your post there. Thanks for reading!

Dania Denise said...

Hi, Kanika! You'll find the answer to your question in its own post, titled "Answering a Reader Question #371," which can be found on my new blog: "Modeling 101 - Answering Readers Questions."

Please visit this link: http://amodelsdiary-readerquestions.blogspot.com/ and you can view your post there. Thanks for reading!

Anonymous said...

Hi,
I'm still a kid but I want to be a model.how can I ask my parents?im afraid of their reaction.

Thx;)

Dania Denise said...

Hi, Anonymous (#6)! You'll find the answer to your question in its own post, titled "Answering a Reader Question #377," which can be found on my new blog: "Modeling 101 - Answering Readers Questions."

Please visit this link: http://amodelsdiary-readerquestions.blogspot.com/ and you can view your post there. Thanks for reading!