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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As a model, the best way to increase your chances for success is to evaluate yourself as a model properly and target that specific part of the market that best fits your features.

The two most popular and obvious types of models (and market sections) are "fashion" and "glamour" models (markets). Both have very well-defined specifications and requirements, that, unlike most models want to believe, are completely different from each other. And also the way those two markets operate is completely different - real fashion clients only work through agencies.

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