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Friday, May 14, 2010
Answering a Reader Question #79
And speaking of height; in the morning, after getting up, I'm 5'6.5" - but until the evening, a person can shrink up to an inch, until the spinal discs can "relax" and soak up moisture during the night again.
When exactly do model agencies want one to measure one's height? Or haven't they ever considered this phenomenon?
I'm sure some folks at modeling agencies are aware of this but the truth is that they more than likely won't care or take that into consideration. If you're shorter than their height requirement, that's all they will focus on. The height you are when you walk into the modeling agency is the height they will use to determine whether you fit their requirements or not. Sad, but true.