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DivaEroticus

Posts: 14701

Fayetteville, Arkansas, US

"Since before I was born...."

This question was asked of me by the coordinator, last night, at figure drawing.  My response was immediate...hehehe.

The whole studio erupted with laughter.  He clarified his question, which made us all giggle more.  But according to him, there aren't many female art models with long hair.  At least not around here?

Also, it was requested that I sit for the University's classes, since I'm very curvy.  I know they don't often get curvy figure models.  Unfortunately, it's during the day, so I can't, really.  I've thought about it, though.  It pays more than what I make at my day job, so I could take a few hours of vacation, get paid for said hours, and then also make more than twice that for modeling.

Feb 20 13 07:29 am Link

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NicoleNudes

Posts: 3860

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Sounds like a good deal!

Feb 20 13 07:50 am Link

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Koryn

Posts: 36707

Boston, Massachusetts, US

Back when I was doing a LOT of figure drawing (like multiple sessions per week), I had long hair.

They often requested that it be pulled back from my face, or worn in a bun.

Feb 20 13 09:30 am Link

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DivaEroticus

Posts: 14701

Fayetteville, Arkansas, US

Koryn Locke wrote:
Back when I was doing a LOT of figure drawing (like multiple sessions per week), I had long hair.

They often requested that it be pulled back from my face, or worn in a bun.

I switch it up...sometimes down, sometimes up.  I just try to make sure it's not hiding shapes and curves, UNLESS it's part of the actual shape and curve.

Feb 20 13 09:37 am Link

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DivaEroticus

Posts: 14701

Fayetteville, Arkansas, US

NicoleNudes wrote:
Sounds like a good deal!

Yeah, I really might.  I'll talk to the instructor and see how often she'd want me.

Thing is, I don't really want to use my vacation time that way.

Feb 20 13 09:38 am Link

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Kitty LaRose

Posts: 12715

Las Vegas, Nevada, US

I keep wanting to chop my hair off, but I usually get booked because my hair is so long. Blehhh.

Feb 20 13 11:04 am Link

Model

DivaEroticus

Posts: 14701

Fayetteville, Arkansas, US

Kitty LaRose wrote:
I keep wanting to chop my hair off, but I usually get booked because my hair is so long. Blehhh.

Oh, I won't cut my hair, other than trimming.  I have, however, considered letting my pubic hair grow back.

Feb 20 13 11:06 am Link

Photographer

Wildcat Photography

Posts: 1486

Valparaiso, Indiana, US

2 years this month...starting at 1/2" long back then...not even a trim.

Looking to donate it to have a cancer wig made for a woman.

Everyone has to do something to help someone they will never know...

Wildcat

Feb 20 13 11:08 am Link

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Jennifer Barker

Posts: 8010

Houston, Arkansas, US

Long time, it is now almost down to my waist  smile

Feb 21 13 12:13 am Link

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DivaEroticus

Posts: 14701

Fayetteville, Arkansas, US

Jennifer Barker wrote:
Long time, it is now almost down to my waist  smile

I just got mine trimmed a couple of weeks ago.  It is now UP to my waist...LOL.

Feb 21 13 04:17 am Link

Photographer

Chris Rifkin

Posts: 24632

Tampa, Florida, US

Kitty LaRose wrote:
I keep wanting to chop my hair off, but I usually get booked because my hair is so long. Blehhh.

It's beautiful long

Feb 21 13 07:14 am Link

Photographer

Chris Rifkin

Posts: 24632

Tampa, Florida, US

The day after I graduated HS in 1987

Feb 21 13 07:15 am Link

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Kitty LaRose

Posts: 12715

Las Vegas, Nevada, US

Chris Rifkin wrote:
It's beautiful long

It's also a heavy mess when it's long big_smile Thank you.

Feb 21 13 12:36 pm Link

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Kitty LaRose

Posts: 12715

Las Vegas, Nevada, US

DivaEroticus wrote:
Oh, I won't cut my hair, other than trimming.  I have, however, considered letting my pubic hair grow back.

Ugh, props to you! I can't stand regrowth itchiness.

Feb 21 13 12:37 pm Link

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DivaEroticus

Posts: 14701

Fayetteville, Arkansas, US

Kitty LaRose wrote:

Ugh, props to you! I can't stand regrowth itchiness.

Oh, I didn't say I was, I said I'm considering...LOL.  I can't stand the itch when it's between shaves.  The thing is, the art modeling.  That's the main reason I'm considering.

Feb 21 13 12:41 pm Link

Model

DivaEroticus

Posts: 14701

Fayetteville, Arkansas, US

Kitty LaRose wrote:

It's also a heavy mess when it's long big_smile Thank you.

Mine is so fine that it weighs nothing, even when wet.  It's just a tangled mess, like...even thirty seconds after I brush it.

Feb 21 13 12:42 pm Link

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Kitty LaRose

Posts: 12715

Las Vegas, Nevada, US

DivaEroticus wrote:
Oh, I didn't say I was, I said I'm considering...LOL.  I can't stand the itch when it's between shaves.  The thing is, the art modeling.  That's the main reason I'm considering.

Yeah. I like making shapes when I shave...but other than that, I haven't been "au naturalle" since high school. tongue

Feb 21 13 12:45 pm Link

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Kitty LaRose

Posts: 12715

Las Vegas, Nevada, US

DivaEroticus wrote:
Mine is so fine that it weighs nothing, even when wet.  It's just a tangled mess, like...even thirty seconds after I brush it.

Luck-y! Mine is soooooo heavy! I have to thin my hair every other month just to keep the migraines at bay.

Feb 21 13 12:46 pm Link

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Paige Morgan

Posts: 4058

New York, New York, US

Jealous of all the long, long pretty hair in this post.

Mine starts breaking right at about jawbone length.

I managed to get it to grow out to shoulder length, once.......only to discover I look like crap with longer hair.


So I shall admire all the pretty long haired ladies in this post. Please do not be alarmed by my occasional creepy hair pets big_smile

Feb 21 13 07:46 pm Link

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Kitty LaRose

Posts: 12715

Las Vegas, Nevada, US

Paige Morgan wrote:
Jealous of all the long, long pretty hair in this post.

Mine starts breaking right at about jawbone length.

I managed to get it to grow out to shoulder length, once.......only to discover I look like crap with longer hair.


So I shall admire all the pretty long haired ladies in this post. Please do not be alarmed by my occasional creepy hair pets big_smile

Me + short hair = catastrophic. I absolutely ADORE shorter hairstyles...but when I get mine chopped, I regret it within 48 hours every.single.time. But man, I do love shorter hairstyles.

Feb 21 13 10:26 pm Link

Model

DivaEroticus

Posts: 14701

Fayetteville, Arkansas, US

Paige Morgan wrote:
Jealous of all the long, long pretty hair in this post.

Mine starts breaking right at about jawbone length.

I managed to get it to grow out to shoulder length, once.......only to discover I look like crap with longer hair.


So I shall admire all the pretty long haired ladies in this post. Please do not be alarmed by my occasional creepy hair pets big_smile

I'll find a picture somewhere of me with short hair.  I could sit on my hair until I was 12, then I got it cut in a pixie.  I kept it short until about 2000, then started just letting it grow.

I do like certain short styles, but I really will never cut my hair unless it's beyond hideous on me as an old lady...LOL.

Feb 22 13 04:27 am Link

Photographer

Shutterbug5269

Posts: 16084

West Winfield, New York, US

DivaEroticus wrote:
"Since before I was born...."

This question was asked of me by the coordinator, last night, at figure drawing.  My response was immediate...hehehe.

The whole studio erupted with laughter.  He clarified his question, which made us all giggle more.  But according to him, there aren't many female art models with long hair.  At least not around here?

Also, it was requested that I sit for the University's classes, since I'm very curvy.  I know they don't often get curvy figure models.  Unfortunately, it's during the day, so I can't, really.  I've thought about it, though.  It pays more than what I make at my day job, so I could take a few hours of vacation, get paid for said hours, and then also make more than twice that for modeling.

To hear my mother tell it I was born with a full head of hair so I guess mine has been growing since BEFORE my birth!

Lol

Feb 23 13 10:17 am Link

Model

Heather LeStabbityDeath

Posts: 22609

Des Moines, Iowa, US

I am trying to make mine super long again! It's getting there!

Feb 23 13 12:35 pm Link

Photographer

Star Child

Posts: 39277

Nashville, Tennessee, US

DivaEroticus wrote:
"Since before I was born...."

This question was asked of me by the coordinator, last night, at figure drawing.  My response was immediate...hehehe.

The whole studio erupted with laughter.  He clarified his question, which made us all giggle more.

This has a lot to do with why I love you so much

Feb 25 13 10:49 am Link

Model

DivaEroticus

Posts: 14701

Fayetteville, Arkansas, US

Star Child wrote:

This has a lot to do with why I love you so much

borat

Feb 25 13 12:49 pm Link