Do you need hair to be a hair model?
If you’ve got hair, you’ve got what it takes to be a hair model. If you are bald, you do not. There are plenty of jobs out there if you want to be a hair model but it may require getting a whole new look to your hairdo.
Hair shows across the country are always looking for people of all ages and ethnicities to be a hair model. These shows are competitions for hair stylists who want to experiment on their hair models.
You can also be a hair model for print campaigns for shampoo and conditioner products. It doesn’t take a professional model look to be a hair model. You can have long hair, short hair, curly hair or straight hair and still be a hair model.
You will have a greater chance to be a hair model if your hair has never been dyed or permed and those with longer hair tend to do better during casting calls for hair models.
Keep in mind that attitude can give you an extra edge on the competition. Be vivacious and charming during your hair model interviews and casting calls.
You must prepare yourself to model hairstyles that are daring, unconventional and unexpected. You could walk into a hair modeling gig with long blond hair and walk out with a brunette crew cut.
Auditions for hair modeling are just one way to break into the modeling industry. There are also opportunities for plus size modeling, lingerie modeling, fashion modeling and swimwear modeling.
If you want to gain an advantage when you are trying a be hair model, you might want to check out talent agents or agencies who can help you land auditions for hair modeling.
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