*Apply makeup to face and style hair to enhance appearance, considering such factors as color, camera techniques, and facial features.
*Display clothing and merchandise in commercials, advertisements, and/or fashion shows.
*Dress in sample or completed garments, and select accessories.
*Follow strict routines of diet, sleep, and exercise to maintain appearance.
*Gather information from agents concerning the pay, dates, times, provisions, and lengths of jobs.
*Pose as directed, or strike suitable interpretive poses for promoting and selling merchandise or fashions during appearances, filming, or photo sessions.
*Assemble and maintain portfolios, print composite cards, and travel to go-sees to obtain jobs.
*Hand out samples or gifts, demonstrate products, and converse with children and adults while dressed in costume.
*Pose for artists and photographers.
*Promote products and services in television commercials, on film, or in videos.
*Stand, turn, and walk to demonstrate features of garments for observers at fashion shows, private showings, and retail establishments.
*Inform prospective purchasers about models, numbers, and prices of garments, the garments' designers, and where garments can be purchased.
*Make many quick changes backstage during fashion shows and yet maintain poised appearance before audiences.
*Record rates of pay and durations of jobs on vouchers.
*Report job completions to agencies and obtain information about future appointments.
*Wear character costumes and impersonate characters portrayed to amuse children
*Display clothing and merchandise in print and online advertisements
*Promote products and services in television commercials
*Wear designers' clothing for runway fashion shows
*Model accessories, such as handbags, shoes, and jewelry, and promote beauty products, including fragrances and cosmetics
*Pose for workers taking photos or creating paintings or sculptures
*Work closely with photographers, hair and clothing stylists, makeup artists, and clients to produce a desired look
*Create and maintain a portfolio of their work
*Travel to meet and interview with potential clients
*Conduct research on the product being promoted—for example, the designer or type of fabric of a particular article of clothing
*Models appear in different types of media to promote a product or service.
*Models advertise products and merchandise in magazine or newspaper advertisements, department store catalogs, or television commercials. Increasingly, models are appearing in online ads or on retail websites.
*Other models may appear on fashion magazine covers or in photographs accompanying magazine articles.
*These models typically participate in photo shoots and pose for photographers to show off the features of clothing and other products.
*Models change their posture and facial expressions to capture the look the client wants.
*The photographer usually takes many pictures of the model in different poses and expressions during the photo shoot.
*Models often display clothes and merchandise live in different situations.
*At fashion shows, models stand, turn, and walk to show off clothing to an audience of photographers, journalists, designers, and garment buyers.
*Other clients may require models to interact directly with customers.
*In retail establishments and department stores, models display clothing directly to shoppers and describe the features and prices of the merchandise.
*At trade shows or conventions, models show off a business’ products and provide information to consumers.
*These models may work alongside demonstrators and product promoters to help advertise and sell merchandise.
*Other models pose for sketch artists, painters, and sculptors.
*Almost all models work with agents, who provide a link between the models and clients.
*Clients prefer to work with agents, making it very difficult for a model to pursue a freelance career. Agents recruit new models, advise and train models, and promote them to clients in return for a portion of the model’s earnings. *Models must do research before signing with an agency to make sure it has a good reputation in the modeling industry. For information on agencies, models should contact a local consumer affairs organization, such as the Better Business Bureau.
*Models often prepare for photo shoots or fashion shows by having their hair and makeup done by professionals in those industries. The hair stylists and makeup artists may touch up the model's hair and makeup and change the model's look throughout the event. However, models might sometimes be responsible for applying their own makeup and bringing their own clothing.
*Models spend a considerable amount of time trying to book jobs with potential clients. Models put together and maintain portfolios, print composite cards, and travel to meet prospective clients. A portfolio is a collection of a model's previous work and is carried to all client meetings and bookings. A composite card contains the best photographs from a model's portfolio, along with his or her measurements.
*Because advertisers often need to target specific segments of the population, models may specialize in a certain area. For example, petite and plus-size fashions are modeled by women whose sizes are, respectively, smaller and larger than that worn by the typical model. Models who are disabled may be used to model fashions or products for consumers with disabilities. “Parts” models have a body part, such as a hand or foot, particularly well suited to model products such as nail polish or shoes.
*Minimum of OND/HND/B.sc
* A model's career depends on the maintenance of his or her physical characteristics. Models must control their diet, exercise regularly, and get enough sleep to stay healthy and photogenic. Haircuts, pedicures, and manicures are necessary work-related expenses.
*Models must be able to take direction from photographers and clients during photo shoots and commercials.
*Models must be able to manage their portfolios and their work and travel schedules.
*Persistence. Competition for jobs is strong and most clients have specific needs for each job, so patience and persistence are essential.
*Models spend most of their time being photographed.
*They must be comfortable in front of a camera for photographers to capture the desired look.
*Models must have a basic knowledge of hair styling, makeup, and clothing. For photographic and runway work, models must be able to move gracefully and confidently.
MODE OF APPLICATION
Interested Applicants/Candidates should forward the copy of their CVs to the HR/ADM: hrm.crystalworldresources @gmail.com or forward their Names,Qualification,Post Applying for and Phone Number to the Message Box or to the Number Displayed on this Advert. Failure to abide by these Rules and Regulations will lead to TOTAL Disqualification. Only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview