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CEE Productions
Posts: 150
San Antonio, Texas, US


Comment here models and I'll review your portfolio and give a brutally honest assessment.
I will probably focus more on your weakness, but don't worry too much, I will also assess your strengths.

If you take offense to my comments, or you don't want to hear what I have to say, please kindly move on.

None of that 'bawwing' on here.
Feb 11 13 12:04 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
B E A R
Posts: 474
Riverside, California, US


Okie
Feb 11 13 01:20 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
my_other_profile
Posts: 666
Ankeny, Iowa, US


modelmayhem.com/874543

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Feb 11 13 01:27 pm  Link  Quote 
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Cynthia Serrano
Posts: 12,466
Newark, New Jersey, US


sure smile
Feb 11 13 01:30 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
CEE Productions
Posts: 150
San Antonio, Texas, US


Bear wrote:
Okie

Alright so first of all I think you have an AH-MAZING body... but not for high fashion or fashion modeling in general.  You photograph a bit short in photos.  Even for a petite model, you still need to focus on photographing tall and long.  The majority of your poses tend to be squished up versus trying to make yourself look longer. 
You have a beautiful face too, but you really need to work on your facial expressions. 
You have a good amount of expressions, but in some of your photos there seems to be an odd disconnect with your poses.  I'd work with trying to make everything cohesive.

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/130121/22/50fe2bf9b3b23_m.jpg

This one in particular feels the most disconnected to me.  Why do you have a bored expression but not a bored pose?  There isn't anything wrong with putting emotion in photos, but if it doesn't match it just looks weird.  I don't know if that was your original intention.  I would have opted for something a little more relaxed.  Maybe open mouth a little with some hooded eyes.

Now, when I say you don't photograph tall, please don't take that to heart.  I think you would be great for commercial looks, lingerie, or art photos... but do I ever see you in Vogue? No.  Unfortunately not.

Feb 11 13 02:09 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
Nicole L Grant
Posts: 77
Atlanta, Georgia, US


Me please
Feb 11 13 02:17 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
CEE Productions
Posts: 150
San Antonio, Texas, US


my_other_profile wrote:
modelmayhem.com/874543

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You would be so ridiculously great for high fashion photography.  You have no freaking idea the goldmine your face and body would make.

However:
A.  You need better photographers. Period.  All of your photos look like they are shot by amateurs or GWC's. But...

B. I can see why you've only shot with amateurs. 

You really need to start focusing on how you pose in general.  You look as though you have no idea what you are doing when you pose for the camera.  Just because you have a high fashion body and face, doesn't mean you have any idea what to do with it.  If I were you I'd grab some fashion magazines and start practicing some of the styles you see in them in the mirror and really work on knowing the angles and places of your body.

Just because your thin doesn't mean you don't have problems.  Even the highest of highest super models know EXACTLY what angles work the best for them. 

Even if you have a thousand looks or comments telling you how beautiful you are, I guarantee that it's because a majority of your images are nudes and not because you are a good model. You have so much potential and I feel you are wasting it on photographers who can't take you to that next level. 

These aren't even good artistic nudes. 

Appearance is essential for models.  You look like you have good skin, but your hair is terrible.  You need to make sure when you take photos that you take good care of your hair.  It's ridiculously frizzy even though it's straight.  There are plenty of products out there that can help with this problem.  Also, you need to work on your make-up, I do work also as a professional make-up artist, and I can tell you your basic make-up does nothing to enhance your features.  It just looks like badly done make-up. 

Work on your facial expression, as much as I hate quoting Tyra Banks, you need to learn how to smile with your eyes and relax the facial muscles in your face.  You look extremely tense in all of your photos and it really detracts from your looks.  You especially need to work on your mouth.  While I tend to like the open lipped look, you don't know how to make it look soft and pretty, it looks more like your trying to smile weird but fail at doing so.

Like I said, you have great potential, you just need to work on some aspects and you could be top notch.

AND GET BETTER PHOTOGRAPHERS!

Feb 11 13 02:24 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
Ellen Grace V
Posts: 7
Toronto, Ontario, Canada


Me? As a new model, it would really help.
Feb 11 13 02:24 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
YanaModel
Posts: 44
Nogales, Arizona, US


Me, please! New to modeling and any input is always appreciated!
Feb 11 13 02:25 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
Kylie Sloan
Posts: 3
Santa Rosa, California, US


Me?
Feb 11 13 02:26 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
Stephanie Newman
Posts: 69
Toms River, New Jersey, US


I could use your help, I just got started and need to know what I need to do to go on .. Thank You Stephanie
Feb 11 13 02:30 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
Axioma
Posts: 6,762
Gent, East Flanders, Belgium


me please, look forward to your assessment smile thanks so much!
Feb 11 13 02:31 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
Rene Bugatti
Posts: 259
Fresno, California, US


Assess me!
Feb 11 13 02:38 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
Lela Jesse
Posts: 1,148
Arcata, California, US


Can you do mine? Thank you!
Feb 11 13 02:40 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
CEE Productions
Posts: 150
San Antonio, Texas, US


Nicole L Grant wrote:
Me please

Please don't take this the wrong way, but if I were you I'd take off editorial and fashion.  I love me a plus sized lady(and you are plus sized for the modeling world not for the real world) in high fashion but my dear you just don't have the looks for it.  Not to say you aren't a pretty person, because you do have a pretty face but, your body proportions would deter you from getting any editorial gigs. 

If you stick to glamor photography I think you would do alright but again, like I told someone else before you need to get a better photographer.  If I were you I'd invest some money and tuck it away to afford a photographer that would do you better justice and do some better editing and light on your photos for you.

You need to work on your poses as well.  You do not have a strong pose aesthetic.  When I look at your photos I don't feel 'model' from it.  I feel, "Do I look pretty? Am I pretty? Do I look pretty? Am I sexy?"  Try and get away from that.  Your thoughts should be, "Am I posing my body to get the best angles for the camera?" or, "If I move this way I can access the best assets to present to the lens." or "Is this what the photographer is trying to achieve in his photos?"  It shouldn't be how pretty you are but how to maximize and use your body efficiently for the best possible outcomes.

If you want to do the, "I'm pretty" poses then I'd just say to go to some guy who does high school photos for a living.  He/She can do that for you.  But that's all you're going to get.

Work on your facial expressions too.  You tend to have a weird, 'almost' smile that doesn't work for your photos and tends to make you look a bit dead and flat in them.  Practice your facial expressions in a mirror, half the time you don't do anything except for, "Well, I'm just going to look up here or look at the photographer and hope the pictures come out good."

Feb 11 13 02:41 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
CEE Productions
Posts: 150
San Antonio, Texas, US


Cynthia Serrano  wrote:
sure smile

I feel like you try to 'play' at modeling rather than actually modeling.
You have some decent photographers, but the majority of your modeling portfolio just looks amateur and looks like "Hey! Look at me! I'm modeling!" When in reality you really aren't.

Sure, you're posing for the camera, but it feels off. It may be because the photographer doesn't know how to coach you, or that you may think that your way is best and you aren't willing to listen.  I'm not saying that IS what you're doing but you really need to work on it.

The best way to explain it is that you have the potential to get the next level of posing but you aren't quite there yet.  It's a bit stiff and it's a bit to on the, "Look, I'm pretty, you should be happy to photograph me" vs. maximizing what is most efficient for the camera.

Your make-up tends to be decent, but your styling needs some work.  It feels a bit like you pulled some of the outfits out of a bad costume catalog or something that you deign is fashion but isn't really.  Or, "OMG THIS OUTFITS MAKES ME LOOK SEXY!"

Study some magazines and see what's really in trend for fashion photos.

Be careful of some of the angles of your face though.  Because you have an elongated face and you wear a lot of make-up you can come off a bit drag queen.

You also have the habit of shrinking yourself down and photographing short.  Because you are so short, you want to do poses that maximize and elongate yourself.

I feel like maybe you'd be suited more for cosplay photography more than anything else.

Feb 11 13 02:56 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
CEE Productions
Posts: 150
San Antonio, Texas, US


Ellen Grace V wrote:
Me? As a new model, it would really help.

First things first.  I'd take off all of these photos.

Every. Single. One.

You really do have a pretty face, but none of these photos are very helpful in getting you noticed for photographers.  Many of these look like, "My friend is taking these for me for facebook." rather than inviting a photographer to really get to notice your facial features.

If I were you and you don't have anything but a point and click than here is what you do.

Pull ALL of your hair back and find a blank wall to shoot against for portraiture.  This way the photographer has a chance to assess all of your facial features, and not get distracted by all of that hair. 

Please put on a little bit of make-up.  Just a little bit will do.  Some foundation and powder to get rid of the shinyness in your face and some mascara to bring out your eyes.  You don't need a lot of make-up, but just a little bit to work on some flaws and bring some features out.

Put on an outfits that showcases your body.  Tank top and a pair of jeans and tights with some heels is efficient.  Against stand up straight against a blank wall.  Don't try to over-pose and do something unnatural.

Either whiten your teeth or don't smile so wide.  The yellow is pretty prominent in one of your photos.  That's quite a bit of a distraction for photographers.  Remember, and it's a bit hurtful, most people are looking for perfection.  Not because a person isn't beautiful, because in the long run it's less editing that the photographer has to do. 

Your body as well is in a weird in between stage, you're either to skinny for plus-sized modeling, but to big for high fashion.  I suggest you either eat more or lose more weight. Unless you plan on doing glamor photography.  Then that doesn't really matter as much.  It matters, but alot of glamor photography is centered around T&A.  So for that genre, if you got it flaunt it.

Also, I'd suggest you tuck away some cash and get some professional head and body shots.  Or have someone with a polaroid take some pictures, a lot of professionals do go by polaroids surprisingly.

Feb 11 13 03:22 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
MariaPantellis
Posts: 60
Derby, England, United Kingdom


Me please smile
Feb 11 13 03:28 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
Kate Conner
Posts: 5
Fort Wayne, Indiana, US


me me me
Feb 11 13 03:32 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
CEE Productions
Posts: 150
San Antonio, Texas, US


YanaModel wrote:
Me, please! New to modeling and any input is always appreciated!

With your body proportions I would knock off fashion from your lists of modeling.  Unless you were modeling for fashion that is for women of your proportions.

You would be AMAZING in Glamor photography though so if I were you I'd venture into that portion of photography.

Things you obviously need work on:
A. Better photographers and photographs.  Stash some money away and get a good photographer to take some pictures of you.  Though with your looks, I'm sure if you were to ask a good glamor photographer to take pictures of you I'm sure he'd jump on it.  However...

B. Work on your facial expressions.  You venture between two looks as far as I could see.  The first is a, "Hi! My friend is taking a picture of me let me smile for the camera." and "OMG I'M SO SCARED TO BE IN FRONT OF THIS CAMERA!"
You have a tension in your eyes that is very prominent with how nervous and uncomfortable you are in front of a lens.  Maybe some old insecurity?  Not sure.  But try and relax your face.

C.  You photograph taller in some pictures then others.  I'd get rid of all the pictures that make you look short even if you are short. Most photographers want girls that photograph tall.  You have a well proportioned body, except for the gigantic bosoms, and you should use that to your advantage.

D.  Keep away from high and looking down angles.  They aren't as flattering as you think they may be.  They also make you again, look shorter.  Try for straight on photos or have the person taking the photos sit on the floor and take them to make you look taller.

Feb 11 13 03:42 pm  Link  Quote 
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CEE Productions
Posts: 150
San Antonio, Texas, US


Kylie Sloan  wrote:
Me?

While the quality of the photos are very pretty, I feel like you could be the poster model for every senior portrait ever made or stock photos for the back of frames people are selling.

You're the pretty girl next door type, but I don't know how I feel about you as a model just yet.  It could be just because you are so young, but at the same time I've seen girls your age or younger really turn it out.

What you need is that extra 'oomph'.  Something that will make you stand out from the classic girl next door pretty girl that half the people in America have.

I just don't see 'it' yet in your photos.

If you want to venture where you want to venture, and I'm assuming commercial photography more than fashion photography, you really need to find other photographers(which I'm sure you're trying to do) and make sure to venture towards those areas instead of staying stagnant with the one shoot.

Learn to work on VARIOUS facial expressions and be careful of one of your eyes.  You have a tendency to squint one eye more than the other.  Practice in the mirror as much as possible.

Work on your poses too.  Just looking over your shoulder and giving the, "Look at me aren't I pretty?" type of poses only go so far.

I look forward to seeing how you'll progress in the future.

Feb 11 13 03:52 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
DANAE
Posts: 208
Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico


I would really like to know what you think!
Feb 11 13 03:59 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
E e v a
Posts: 1,724
Nashville, Tennessee, US


Hmm, I like this. Me!
Feb 11 13 04:11 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
CEE Productions
Posts: 150
San Antonio, Texas, US


Stephanie Newman wrote:
I could use your help, I just got started and need to know what I need to do to go on .. Thank You Stephanie

First things first. 

I usually don't mind the short and sweet versions of one's profile, but you REALLY got to fix yours.  All the grammatical errors and fragmented sentences just without looking at your pictures would make me instantly not want to work with you.

You should maintain a slight level of professionalism in this industry at ALL times.  This is one of your online portfolios, not facebook.

Now that I have that out of the way, girl you got a BANG'IN body... but just because you have a good body doesn't mean you shouldn't work on your face and hair.

Your hair looks like you just stepped out of the early 90's and does not work with your facial structure. Okay, I take it back... it looks bad in only HALF your photos.  The one where you're in black and blue, that one is alright.  I feel like someone tried to tease your hair and did an awful job of it.  The color is also all wrong, it really washes out your skin tone and does nothing to enhance your features.

You need to work on your facial expressions quite a bit. It looks like you're trying to be sexy, but it looks more like a. someone stuck something somewhere wrong and you're uncomfortable, or b. "Uh... am I doing it right?" insert valley girl voice.

While your body language works really well, your facial expression has a disconnect with your body.  Remember, your eyes are the window to your soul, and the camera will capture EVERYTHING.  If you look tense or nervous or like you don't know what you're doing in the face it's going to show.

Again, like a few others, I would honestly take off fashion/editorial because girl you aren't built for it.

I think you should definitely stick to glamor, swim suit, and fitness.  Those seem to work with you much better and like I said you have the body for it hardcore.

I'd also focus on getting better photographers with better editing skills.  You can see that the person who took your photos really didn't know how to edit skin, and it looks bad.

Feb 11 13 04:12 pm  Link  Quote 
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CEE Productions
Posts: 150
San Antonio, Texas, US


Axioma wrote:
me please, look forward to your assessment smile thanks so much!

GUUUURRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL

Your portfolio is KILLER!
I don't really have too much to say about your work.
You were MEANT for modeling.

You have killer expressions, great body language, and have very diverse looks and expressions.

Your artistic nudes, are what artistic nudes should look like!

However,
There are a few things I took note of in your portfolio that can be improved upon, and pictures that I would honestly get rid of.

One things I noticed were the photos where you were looking up.  You don't have a long face, but you have a long chin, and when you look up you tend to look very masculine.

Now don't get me wrong, I LOVE androgyny, but you don't have a face suited for androgynous looks and are definitely more on the feminine side.  When you look up, it really enhances how strong your chin is and detracts from your face, which is a shame because you really do have a beautiful face.

The pictures I would get rid of are as follows:
http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/pic/31631895 

Feb 11 13 04:24 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
AlliRae
Posts: 26
Orlando, Florida, US


I would love to hear your thoughts.
Feb 11 13 04:26 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
Calypso Moon
Posts: 848
Banning, California, US


I'm very interested in your opinion, and I appreciate you taking the time to give it.
Feb 11 13 04:27 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
Sasha Sharova
Posts: 7
Newport Beach, California, US


Opinion?
Feb 11 13 04:31 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
CEE Productions
Posts: 150
San Antonio, Texas, US


Rene Bugatti wrote:
Assess me!

The only photo I even initially liked in your whole portfolio was this shot:

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/121011/20/5077896f0912e_m.jpg

And even then it was un-edited.  If they had edited it, this could have been a killer shot.

Otherwise I hate every single one of your photos.  And I'm only saying this because you have an advantage over other models.  You are tall, you photograph tall, you have wonderful hair, but you have the deadest expressions I have ever seen.

It's just all the same face, maybe a slight smile here and there, but all the same face, all the same expression and practically all the same angles.  You do not know the angles of your face AT ALL. 

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/130211/12/5119502df01fb_m.jpg

Potential here too, but you do not know how to work your face.

Utilize it!  PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE!

You have a long face too, try not to wear too heavy make-up.  Your face is not a face that is meant for a lot of make-up.  You are on the verge of being drag queen-ish as well.

Learn your poses.  Your poses are practicall modeling 101.  No, below modeling 101.  It's like your a girl that wants to model, but you only do what you think is modeling but not actually what modeling is.

Like I said, YOU HAVE AN ADVANTAGE... but you do not know how to use it. 

Polish yourself!

Feb 11 13 04:39 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
yumedream
Posts: 46
Atascadero, California, US


Always interested in an outside opinion!
Feb 11 13 04:52 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
CEE Productions
Posts: 150
San Antonio, Texas, US


Lela Jesse wrote:
Can you do mine? Thank you!

You have such a ridiculously beautiful face.
Seriously.
You remind me of a woodland elf.

Be careful though.  You have a longer face and such a unique facial structure that certain expressions can come off a bit weird looking and overly sexual, and not in the good way.

You have a fine line of being a model or being a porn star so watch that carefully.
Your make-up needs just a little bit of fine-tuning, though honestly I'd tone down some of the black on the top lid.  I understand you like more of the pin-up look, but I think it would be better suited to a lighter appearance... only because your face is slightly long, it tends to enhance the longness and make it look a little bit longer.  Or maybe it's just the angle of the camera...

Which means you need to work on your facial angles more.
You also need better photographers.  Despite your beautiful features, your pictures are kind of a let down.

I'd like to see some more body shots as well, and from what I have seen you need to work on your body modeling more.

Practice makes perfect.  I think you have potential to be something even better.

Feb 11 13 04:57 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
NicoleNudes
Posts: 3,792
Toronto, Ontario, Canada


Shoot
Feb 11 13 04:58 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
Lela Jesse
Posts: 1,148
Arcata, California, US


CEE Productions wrote:

You have such a ridiculously beautiful face.
Seriously.
You remind me of a woodland elf.

Be careful though.  You have a longer face and such a unique facial structure that certain expressions can come off a bit weird looking and overly sexual, and not in the good way.

You have a fine line of being a model or being a porn star so watch that carefully.
Your make-up needs just a little bit of fine-tuning, though honestly I'd tone down some of the black on the top lid.  I understand you like more of the pin-up look, but I think it would be better suited to a lighter appearance... only because your face is slightly long, it tends to enhance the longness and make it look a little bit longer.  Or maybe it's just the angle of the camera...

Which means you need to work on your facial angles more.
You also need better photographers.  Despite your beautiful features, your pictures are kind of a let down.

I'd like to see some more body shots as well, and from what I have seen you need to work on your body modeling more.

Practice makes perfect.  I think you have potential to be something even better.

Thank you so much!
I just did a shoot yesterday that focused on full body for me a little more.

I'm definitely not going for porn star, so I'll be a little more careful! Thank you for your critique, it was very helpful, and hopefully, I can change some of that to head in a direction I'm looking for.
smile

Feb 11 13 05:01 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
Miroslava Svoboda
Posts: 555
Seattle, Washington, US


I'd like to try this smile
Feb 11 13 05:03 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
Randy Potvin
Posts: 167
Rochester, New York, US


Sounds good
Feb 11 13 05:03 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
CEE Productions
Posts: 150
San Antonio, Texas, US


MariaPantellis wrote:
Me please smile

You photograph short.  Period.
Even where you can't see your whole body, you can tell that you have a really tiny frame and you still look short.
While you shouldn't let that deter you from pursuing a modeling career, I'd certainly strike editorial and fashion from your portfolio and only stick to modeling glamor, and it's subsets.

I think you need to tone down your make-up as well.
While a lot of make-up is great for glamor photography, the way you do yours makes you look older than your age.  Your profile said you were only 24, but because of your make-up I thought you were in your early 30's.  It's a bit messy too and needs some slight polishing.

You also look really pissed off in most of your photos.  Try relaxing your face more so that it doesn't look like you're going to punch me through a photo.

I think you need new better quality photographs.  Many of yours are blurry and pixelated.

Feb 11 13 05:22 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
Ceci L
Posts: 235
Villena, Valencia, Spain


Me, please ^^
Feb 11 13 05:31 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
CEE Productions
Posts: 150
San Antonio, Texas, US


Kate Conner wrote:
me me me

I just don't see model.  I guess it's because of your photos.
All of the photos you put up just look like facebook photos your friends took of you. One of them even has the top of your head cut off.  It just makes you look fairly average and nothing special.

I'm going to give you the same advice another fledgling model was given.

Take down all of these photos minus the one where you are sitting on the ground in black and white.

If you don't know a professional photographer, save up some money and get one, however if you can't afford it and only have a point and click at the moment:

Pull back all of your hair and stand against a blank wall and have someone take a photo of your portrait.

Take one forward and take one profile.

Wear something that is simple and reveals the shape of your body.  Tank top and jeans or tank top and tights with a pair of heels.

Again stand against a blank wall.  Don't over pose.

From what I can also see though, you need extreme help in working on facial expressions and body posing.

Look through magazines and emulate, you'll start to develop your own style, but for right now practice.  Make sure to practice facial expressions in the mirror too.

Polaroids are also another good option to help get your photos taken.

Feb 11 13 05:32 pm  Link  Quote 
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CEE Productions
Posts: 150
San Antonio, Texas, US


DANAE wrote:
I would really like to know what you think!

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Move here now. NOW!

Seriously.  I would photograph THE HELL OUT OF YOU! WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN ALL OF MY LIFE?!

You have an exquisite face, exquisite eyes, exquisite proportions, just exquisite! Exquisite! Exquisite!

Only a few minor things to note

Be a little bit more mindful of some of your angles.  While the majority of them they are beautiful, there are a few where your neck looks slightly short and stocky.

Careful about wardrobe.  When you put on something to young, it makes your face look older.  You have a beautiful face, but it has a mature touch to it.  You should stick to something either really high fashion or sophisticated.

And only one photo looks a little disconnected as far as facial expression to body language.

The photos I would get rid of in your portfolio are:
http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/pic/20462829 

Feb 11 13 05:47 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
DANAE
Posts: 208
Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico


CEE Productions wrote:

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Move here now. NOW!

Seriously.  I would photograph THE HELL OUT OF YOU! WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN ALL OF MY LIFE?!

You have an exquisite face, exquisite eyes, exquisite proportions, just exquisite! Exquisite! Exquisite!

Only a few minor things to note

Be a little bit more mindful of some of your angles.  While the majority of them they are beautiful, there are a few where your neck looks slightly short and stocky.

Careful about wardrobe.  When you put on something to young, it makes your face look older.  You have a beautiful face, but it has a mature touch to it.  You should stick to something either really high fashion or sophisticated.

And only one photo looks a little disconnected as far as facial expression to body language.

The photos I would get rid of in your portfolio are:
http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/pic/20462829 
Feb 11 13 05:54 pm  Link  Quote 
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