Hana
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Hana, Model

ID:4959
Atlanta, GA,  Georgia
Action Models San Diego, CA, Brand Marketers NYC New York, NY, Convention Models & Talent Atlanta, GA, NOVA Models Baltimore, MD, Ogilvy Action Marketing New York, NY
Fashion, Print, Editorial, Live Event, Portrait
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With a polished natural look, fresh face, professionalism, and friendly personality, I am a model and a dancer with extensive experience in promotional, commercial/print, and runway modeling as well as stage dance performance across the country in theatrical...   read more
 
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Height:5' 8" (172 cm)
Weight:120 lb (54 kg)
Chest:32" B (81 cm)
Waist:25" (64 cm)
Hips:35" (89 cm)
Eye Color:Black
Hair Color:Black
Dress Size: 4 US
Shoe Size: 9 US  (40.5 EU)
Skin Color:Tanned
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Comments (3)
Alex Poteat  wrote about Hana on 01/13/11   05:40 AM     
I have to say you are BEAUTIFUL!!!!! Please let me know if you can travel to Virginia Beach, VA for a shoot on the beach with the ocean and sand in the back ground. Please keep up the fantastic work with your modeling and I hope we can work together one day soon. Thank You Alex Poteat


K&T Makeup  wrote about Hana on 11/18/08   08:28 PM     
Great port! Would love to work with you
Hana  wrote about Hana on 10/19/08   08:25 PM     
Hello, I'm excited to be a part of the ModelRun family!
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