Adventures of a wannabe Curve Model.

Any body who knows me will agree that I have always been a proper poser. When I was a child, 23 stone, with or without make-up, and once I had achieved my goal weight, It has always been the same.

I love being in front of the camera. I’ve always loved how my face looks. I have spent hours putting on differing make-up looks and posing. It wasn’t until I had lost weight and felt comfortable in clothes that I gradually moved the camera down to encompass my body too. A big achievement for me!

And so, with this new found confidence, brings me on to a new exciting chapter in my life. I am going to try my hand at Curve Modeling. Wether or not I actually have what It takes, I don’t know, but what I do know is that I want to give it a go. What have I got to lose? O.K perhaps my self-esteem, if I get rejected. But I am hoping my new found confidence is not based on what model casting agents think of me. I am so enamoured with the body positive and Curve movement, that I can’t let this particular band wagon pass me by!

Wish me luck!

4 Comments on “Adventures of a wannabe Curve Model.

  1. Right now I’m in my life I’m at a place where I FINALLY like my body, but still hate my face (I was never pretty and now I’m getting older and seeing aging signs). Reason I’m bringing this up so candidly is that either way, as women, we suffer. Media tells us we are never enough. It is so tough to just love and accept who we are without letting the world dictate to us how we “should” look. I am fighting that everyday. Your blog is a true inspiration! Btw, you DO have a gorgeous face, and I think you would make a great model, I also think you look fantastic at the weight you are.

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    • Thank you so much for your reply. What you speak about has been on my mind lately. I noticed that a magazine had said they were promoting inclusion from now on but then on the next page had an add about fighting the signs of ageing! More about it in a blog to follow. We all have things about our bodies that we hate but I am hoping we can move away from that and learn to love ourselves. sending hugs xxx

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