Pregnant model and healthy skin

Posted by Liza Elliott-Ramirez January - 24 - 2012
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Pregnant modeling isn’t as easy as it looks. The Success of a maternity supermodel is a honed craft practiced by years of experience. In fact it can be more up lifting than mainstream modeling. As professional athletes need to prepare for great health, so does a pregnant model. Healthy skin is perhaps one of the most coveted traits of a maternity model. Keeping up with good looks is part of the job, this means maintaining inner and outer balance. Eating healthy foods rich in vitamins and nutrients, along with exercise and meditation aren’t the only basics. If you want great looking skin, it’s important that you take care of your health.

Beauty model skinDuring pregnancy, your face may be more sensitive than normal especially if you are working a lot. Wearing makeup on shoots can irritate your face so it’s important to wash your makeup off after posing for a photo shoot. Heavy makeup can clog your pores and lead to acne. Even runway moms must get back to basics.

Models are often requested to arrive on set with a clean face. Expecting Models suggests you depart with a clean face. Pack the cleanser of your choice or perhaps a makeup remover cloth before arriving to the studio. Never leave a shoot with full face of  makeup, you can always wash with warm water and soap. –

Simple basics like drinking 8 glasses of water a day and sleeping 8, will help the longevity of your career. You too can prove your stamina.

3 Responses so far.

  1. Alina says:

    I hadn’t thought of washing my face before leaving set. Great tip as I usually do have a little skin issue after a long time in full make-up.

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