2 questions :)

7 posts
7 June 2012
1) If Models get there boobs done do you think it would limited the amount of work they get?:
as im thinking of getting mine done (purely on the basis im not happy with them) and im wondering if it would make the amount of work ive got coming in be limited.

2) Has anyone known or heard of dark skinned models becoming page 3 girls??

Roxi Monique xx

Posted 7 June 2012
Hey, well in regards to you boobs, I wouldn't get them done in my opinion. I think they look fab as they are and suit your delicate frame very well, I think anything bigger would look really out of place. If you don't mind me asking, what exactly aren't you happy with?

As for the page 3, have no idea sorry.

Phil

Posted 7 June 2012
Cinddy_
Model
Cinddy_
It's your body,your choice. If it makes you more confident and happy,just get them done, i think 1 cup size bigger would be perfect for you.

Posted 7 June 2012
Cinddy_
Model
Cinddy_
A lot of men love dark skinned girls,because they look different,so give it a go with page3.

Posted 7 June 2012
Changing anything about your body and your look will almost certanly change the type of work you get.  General consensus on these forums is that if you're a professional model it will restrict your chances of getting work much more than if you're a hobbyist.  The one piece of advice I will give you is that if you want to be on Page 3, you should definitely avoid it.  As far as I'm aware, the Sun (and possibly the Star?  Not too sure) have a policy of 'natural only' when it comes to their Page 3 girls, so getting enhancements will run your chances.

Posted 7 June 2012
MattButlerPhoto
Photographer
MattButlerPh..
hi the sun defo have a natural only policy. but fashions change.

you shoud get them done if it makes you feel happier. modelling isnt the most important ting in the world,but happiness is.

Posted 7 June 2012
I think there was a mixed race girl and a dark skinned girl on page 3 over the years (I've been told by male friends and also when doing textual analysis in Media Studies) but it's not common due to the targeted demographic/readership of The Sun.

Posted 8 June 2012
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