Jeska L Vardinski wrote: believe it or not I am so naturally pale!
photographers and models which look do you prefer more?
Do you like tan or pale models?
i know that most glamor models are tan and most art/alternative models are pale.
But which would you prefer to work with or hire?
for me i got less work as a pale model, i was also only about 19.
maybe i get more jobs now because of my credits?
I have been thinking about not tanning, but I am scared that it will hurt my look/business?
whats your take on the whole tan/pale thing?
better images with my regular skin tone.
In the little bit of work I have had, I have noticed that it really doesn't matter as long as you know how to model. I love your natural skin color, but it seems to me in pictures with tan skin, you get more of a natural glow. Perhaps that is just me.
"i know that most glamor models are tan and most art/alternative models are pale."
For me I have noticed that it doesn't not really matter the color of your skin as long as you know how to model and do what the photographer says. You have a beautiful pale skin, it does not look unhealthy at all. But I have noticed that with tan skin, it gives a more natural glow. Perhaps that is just me though.
I think I have kind of a greenish tone to my skin, and I can look freaky under certain light, then other times, I look like I have a tan.
People have said I look like Morticia, or that I have a 'goth' look
I think whatever God gave you is best.
And in no way should you risk cancer for it, both of my parents have skin cancer.
So I have seen the effect it has, to be removed it can leave big, awful scars, it's just not worth it.
BYS wrote: when your brain is as attractive as your butt ,it's called perfection
tan or not
I think so many women get too caught up worrying what other people think about them. Brains are sexy as hell, and when it comes to tanning booths, it isn't logical. I know, I know, there are other ways to tan as well.
Personally, I find pale skin much more attractive than tan skin, but that's just me. I have friends that feel the opposite. Good luck.
Whisper wrote: I'm pretty sure it's not so much what tone your skin is , then it is your a better model now then you were then.
so if you want to go pale it shouldn't hurt you anymore then staying tan .