Professional top models like Tyra Banks might have gorgeous features and Mathias Lauridsen (of Gucci fame) and Blain Cook (Calvin Klein) may have sold their Teutonic appeal to the public, but all of them have some success secrets that probably have little to do with their looks and more to do with their attitude and charm. All of them cater to different genres of the glamour world and they all agree that modeling is all about having a personality that leaves an unfailing impression. People forget one beautiful face when they look at another but personality is a vibe that stays in the viewer or audience’s minds.
Many famous models entered the world of modeling feeling overwhelmed and lacking confidence, but realizing the fault of their ways they put all their effort into building personality traits like fashion sense. A good repute in the industry means you have to keep your commitments and arrive to shoots at time. A great part of professionalism is when you understand that no one’s time is futile and that time really is money.
Every top model has some secret ingredient. Sometimes that ingredient is consistency, and for some it might be facial expression. But every top model must come across as a person who other people can look up to.
Sometimes the pressures of the fashion industry and personal life can damage a model’s credibility. But the secret is to be able to get back on your feet after those temporary lapses. In a way models are constantly being relied on by the public to act and behave in a fashion that sets an example. But being relentlessly pored over by the public eye isn’t everyone’s piece of cake. The constant scrutiny can be distracting and affect a model’s career. So anyone who has made it so far as to become a top model knows how to handle this inevitable challenge.