If you are just starting out as a model, then simple snapshots are just fine. Agencies do not expect you to have professional photos from a well-developed portfolio. In fact, it can actually be better if you do not have professional photos because they want to see the real you.
we want to see the real you so it is important to keep makeup to a minimum. Think of your face as a template.
A simple pair of skinny jeans and a t-shirt are just fine.
we want to see the length and condition of your hair, so it's important to keep your hairstyle simple and well-groomed. If you have long hair take photos of your hair down and also pulled back. Make sure your hair is in good condition. If you need a haircut, color job, or trim, go to your hair stylist and colorist before you take your photos. Do not submit photos of your hair with extensions or weaves because agents will not be able to tell what your real hair looks like.
If you are comfortable wearing a swimsuit then it is always a good idea to include some shots of you wearing either a one-piece or bikini. Keep posing to a minimum when wearing a swimsuit because your shots can quickly go from elegant to tacky with some unfortunate poses. Also, bikini does not mean a string bikini and while a speedo is acceptable, keep the pose professional.
Never Submit Nude (or Suggestive) Photos we do not want to see you naked, ever. Even photos that suggest nudity are off the table. If you have a fabulous photograph of yourself but there is so much midriff (and lower) showing, do not send that photo.
Finally: We will never contact you via social media and/or email and ask for explicit photos, large sums of money or even offer any contracts via these methods.