Glamour comes with some hard work
In our Reporter Challenge series, Rexine Hawes discovers what it takes to become a glamour model.
If you have a challenge for our reporter, please contact Rexine Hawes at email@example.com or on 888 7011. which made it easier and I started to loosen up.
I tried a pose which both Andy and Deb like and I am told to ‘hold it’, and hold it. Which meant keeping my face relaxed, and mental note - stomach in and chest out (I am wearing seven inch heels, so also trying not to fall over).
‘‘Sit down, stand up, hip out, hip in, arms up, leg extended, shoulder forward, chin up,’’ says Deb.
I have huge respect for models if this is what they put themselves through for their career. They probably don’t always feel confident in the way they look, or have a flawless body, yet they have the confidence to put it out there on an on-line world, with so many platforms for people to judge.
While I don’t think a top agency is gonna be knocking on my door, I feel differently about my body. That fact, plus making two great new friends, made this challenge totally worthwhile.
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Reporter Rexine Hawes moved from behind the camera to in front, as part of her experience as a glamour model.
Hair and make up artist Candice Dean.