Your website is a showcase for your photographers.
It doesn't enhance your MM portfolio.
Consider your audience - photographers always use high resolution screens. I am looking at your site at 1920x1200.
At that resolution, your thumbnails are just too tiny. Also, your website is very dark and your thumbnails are very dark. There is no matting around them to separate them from the background.
Look at your Zilfire gallery where the images on white background are far more visible.
To be perfectly honest, I don't like your facial expression in most images.
I decided to review your portfolio instead. You can work on your website when your portfolio is stronger.
series by New Light Image is amazing. I listed this.
You updated your MM portfolio to 37 images. Not all of them are strong. Unfortunately, that's simply too many for me to individually critique and link to each one.
I am going to try...
There is a difference between a model's portfolio and a photographer's. The model's portfolio needs to show why the model should be booked. The photographer's portfolio showcases final product.
A - Interesting as part of a photographer's portfolio. How does it help sell you as a model?
B - Delete. Wide angle distortion, horrible.
C - Doesn't help you as a model due to composition.
D - Face doesn't look right.
E - Keep for now.
F - The outfit looks artificially short.
G - Interesting. Keep for now. Not a long-term keeper.
H - Doesn't benefit you as a model.
I - Keep for now, but it's not long-term keeper.
J - Awesome.
K - Interesting, but more for a photographer's portfolio due to composition. Keep for now.
L - Keep for now, but replace with a better version.
A - An OK headshot, but the hair on the left side of your face obscures it.
B - Random girl sitting on a random ledge. How does it help you?
C - The facial expression ruins an otherwise interesting image. You look bored out of your mind and annoyed.
D - For photographer's portfolio.
E - A better shot for photographer's portfolio. It's good, but the concept is not about the model.
F - This is interesting. Keep for now.
G - Too many technical faults. Delete.
H - I like the concept of this shot. Keep it. I wish it was better executed technically. Personally, I'd have you brimming with ecstasy in that shot and shoot you with a different lens. The expression keeps it from being excellent.
A - Beginner photographer's portfolio.
B - Awkward. So much tension in the body, yet nothing on the face.
C - Keep it for now. Replace with a better shot in this style later.
D - Would be a good headshot if it weren't tilted. Keep it until you replace with a better one.
E - Finally some kind of emotion. This I would keep for now.
F - Pointless. Delete.
G - Not too bad. Keep for now.
H - Seems pointless and the shorts are visible.
A - This shot shows interesting potential of what your face can look like with the right makeup.
B - Technical faults. Delete.
C - Beginner photographer's portfolio. Doesn't add to you as a model.
D - Shows potential and you smile here. Keep.
E - Keep. I like it.
F - This is nice. If only you had a different expression, it would have been excellent. I like the concept. Keep for now.
G - I don't understand it. Would be OK for a photographer's portfolio, but doesn't help you as a model.
H - The obligatory selective color shot. People seem to like it.
I - The background is interesting, but the image is not flattering you. Although I find the hairstyle interesting.
This is just initial round of edits. The second round would be to find the right headshot to keep and delete the rest of headshot candidates where I said "keep until you replace".
It's hard to say which is your best headshot. You don't really have one that is usable. I reconsidered my initial opinion. Perhaps the A image in the last series but it has its own set of faults with the facial expression and too much hair.
I would suggest making your avatar either a headshot or your strongest image, which in my opinion is the one I listed.