Interested in Modeling? It’s Not Too Late!

Kirin Chrisitanson and Deborah Boland

Top model Kirin Christianson and I at a conference.

If you’ve always wanted to be a model, but got busy along the way on this journey called life,  it’s not too late to fulfill your modeling dream. Yes, really!!!

I have learned that there are thousands of modeling opportunities out there for women of all ages and sizes. You just have to pinpoint what type of model you should be (there are dozens of different types) and then tap into all the opportunities available.

That’s where a friend of mine, Kirin Christianson (The Red Haute Mama), comes in. Kirin and I know each other from many internet conferences we have attended. She’s beautiful gal and her story is fascinating.

With a lot of hard work and determination Kirin went from an insecure, gangly, red-headed girl to a sexy bombshell, a beauty pageant winner, businesswoman and top model.  She modeled for many years and at 37 she was signed to the prestigious FORD/Robert Black agency in Arizona where she lives. Now almost 40 Kirin has a glamorous and very busy life modelling, doing charity work, inspiring other women through her website and raising her lovely family. She is living the dream!

The most exciting part of Kirin’s story is that this sweet, generous gal is ready to help YOU fulfill  your dream to be a model. Kristin has developed a series of  three free high quality videos to educate you on the modeling business and teach you how to break into this very competitive field.

I have just watched video 1 and, let me tell you, this video is jam-packed full of fantastic information that will help you break into the modeling field no matter what your age or stage of life. I’m impressed!

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Kirin opens her Bombshell Bootcamp Online Modeling Academy  May 1st.  Until then she invites you to watch 3 FREE videos about modeling to learn whether modelling is right for you, to answer your questions about the biz, and to help you determine what type of model you should aim to be based on your unique look.

Do I sound excited? I am! That’s because so many of you have written asking me for help and up until now, I had no place to send you. This is what you have been looking for!

Go ahead and Sign up here to watch Kirin’s 3 FREE videos on How to Be  Model. They are really worth watching even if you don’t want to model, but just want to look like one.

Have fun! This could be a major turning point in your life!

 

 



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  1. Tina vazquez says:

    Today I spoke with a gentleman in school. I study web design. After a few moments we brought up age. He said I look about 33. Thank god it wasn’t the morning. I am 55 years of classic beauty. I stay active and wouldn’t mind doing some type of modelling. I have the eyes of a cat, the skin of a peach, am a bodybuilder and yoga student and wear a size 4. I have personality that is rare and authentic. Pls help this inner and outer beauty with any contest info or modeling info. I would love you for it. Regards from the big apple. Hope to hear

  2. Sandy Knutson says:

    Hi everyone, I am 57 and have always wanted to compete in a modeling contest. I am 5’6″ and a good weight. I do not look my age but am proud of it and what I have accomplished in life and still continuing to do.

    I retired from United Parcel Service last Jan and I am going to school online to finish my Associates in Paralegal. I have done some modeling in the past. I would love to do Fashion Print. It is a paasion of mine.

    Let me know of any future contests. Would love to give it my best shot.

  3. For models they don’t sit very well. :)

  4. I will be 50 in January, I do not have a great skin, am 5ft 7, weight is 90kg, what can I do to become a model but am a nurse by profession and it has been my dream to become a model.

  5. Jessica Mpofu says:

    I am turning 41 in July and ever since I have known myself, nobody ever believes my age. I have people forever commenting that i look as if I’m in mid 20s and as of lately I have developed so much love for modelling ’cause I always think, if I have the body and the look, why not.

    The agencies that i have tried to approach have not assisted me in any way but I take it, one must always expect these things before they could actually achive their dream.I would really and dearly love to be a fashion Magazine and now getting a bit confused as to how I can get my dream right.

  6. Very cool! People always tell me I should be modeling. I am 44. I live in TN not so much to do here as NY or LA.
    Anyway, It’s good to hear others are out there doing this

  7. I just had my 49th birthday, and all I think about is modeling.
    I have always wanted to model, I did a little in my 20′s and I
    also did pageants. I loved every minute of it. I would love to
    be able to fulfill this dream.
    Will you be having any of your 40+Modeling contests on the future?
    Can you also advise me on where I should go to help me pursue my
    dream?
    Your advise would be very much appreciative.

    • Hi Lisa,
      I have seen lots of women get into modeling late in life, but if you want to get the inside scoop on how to do it, there is no better book than, How to Break Into Modeling for Under $20.00, by Judy Goss.
      Just click here or go to our site and look under Style books.
      The author Judy Goss is a former Ford Model and knows the behind the scene tips in how to get started and not get ripped off by common scams that are lurking out there!
      Good luck and keep me posted on your journey!

  8. Tracey Simpson says:

    I am nearly 49 years old and have been told on many occasions that I look younger than my years, and I watch all the programs relating to glamourous women in their fourties and would like to know how I pursue my dream to model. I would love the chance to be able to walk the cat walk and model the deigner clothes that would be absolutely tremendous.

    I am going to become a grandmother later on this year and this made me realise that I feel as though I have lost my identity as a women and have lived in the role of mother for many years and would very much like to have the chance to regain my confidence.

    I would be great if you could pont me in the right direction I would be very grateful