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Thursday, May 6, 2010

Models

Models are also called as mannequin. An individual who is hired for the purpose of promoting or advertising for products or for promotional purposes and poses for art work.

It is differentiated from other types of performances like acting, dancing or mime. They call this as modelling. The boundary for modeling is not yet well defined. Coming in movie or a play is not modeling. Generally in modeling verbal expressions are not permitted. Models usually express their feelings and emotions through their facial expressions and body movements, sometimes even when they pose for photographs.
In fact there are different types of models in both the sex.It is not necessary that models need to be beautiful. Character models depict ordinary people and humorous types. Through Cosmetic surgery and photo manipulation, models can change their looks to suit a particular role. High end brands habitually use unusual faces as models, because people will remember their brand name linking it with that interesting face.

Usually in fashion modeling, models are supposed to maintain thin structure. But there are some models run very thin naturally while others find it very difficult. Models forcing themselves to become unrealistic or to unhealthy weight affects public taste and it was harmful for the models too.

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