Gorgeous curvy models look like everyday women. Yummy.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, photo found .igigi.com

That’s a polite compliment because most men are crazy about the look and shape of the women that they work with and admire, as well as the shapely beauty he sees walking down a crowded city street.

Or at the beach.

Curvy models are like everyday women in many other respects too. Sometimes challenging.

According to singlemotherguide.com, “The average fee for full-time care ranges from approximately $3,700 to $16,400 a year, depending on where the family lives, the type of care, and the age of the child. With only one income, the average cost of child care is far out of reach for single mothers, especially for those with two or more children.”

Sensuous, feminine and extremely desirable; Seana Sweeney, 31, is now the face and body of lingerie company Curvy Kate.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, twitter.com bridgemodels photo

She beat out at least 2,000 other contestants in Curvy Kate’s ‘Star in a Bra’ competition.

That makes Seana very unique and uncommon.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, independent.ie photo

What makes Seana very similar to other everyday beautiful women with the girl next door look is that she is a single mom.

As reported by thesun.ie, which covered the event, “The size 14 receptionist was chosen from ten gorgeous finalists and said she has had to battle against the prejudice that only slim girls look great. Seana won a modelling contract with Bridge Models, a trip to London to star in Curvy Kate’s latest shoot and spending money.

Promising never to use professional models in their campaigns, Curvy Kate’s ‘open to all’ policy attracted 2,000 young women of all builds to apply to win a top modelling contract.”

Slowly becoming a media star, independent.ie reported on Seana as well adding, “While Seana is a regular in lingerie and fashion campaigns, as well as on TV shows including Ireland AM and Xpose, she has continued to work at her other job and is also set to start a degree in digital marketing at IBAT College Dublin next week.”

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, herald.ie photo

Seana shares her life philosophy with starinabra.com. “I think life is too short to be anything other than accepting of yourself! I’ve learned to appreciate my body and not be too hard on myself. To help even one woman to feel that way too would mean the world to me – and I think that’s what curvy Kate does by using women of different shapes and sizes in their campaigns!”

Single mom and all, Seana clearly is a persistent girl who wants a better life for her and her son.

Every day or not, isn’t that what all mothers want?

If you are a shapely woman reading this, would you like to be a curvy model? If so, how can you find success as a shapely model?

Please enjoy the following article by a visiting female writer who can help you with your new quest.

How You Can Become A Plus Size Model

By Jen P Carter

The world of modeling takes hard work, determination and a desire to succeed. Becoming a plus size model can potentially be even more difficult. Not only do you have to find niche markets that work with plus size models, you have to be secure and confident with yourself and your body to present a positive image to those who might look up to you. Modeling isn’t for everyone, and if you aren’t in it for the long haul it may be the wrong profession for you. However, if you think you have what it takes to become a plus size model there are several things you should know.

The modeling industry has always been known to cater to the waif-thin, so breaking into the plus size modeling business can seem nearly impossible. However, the modeling industry has increasingly been opening its eyes to the potential of plus size models and are starting to realize the beauty in a curvy figure. Your first step in becoming a plus size model is to call up local and nationwide modeling agencies to see if they work with plus size models. If they do, you’ll want to set up an appointment to meet with the agency. You may also want to research when the next open call will be, because many agencies have them. Attending auditions and open calls is an essential part of the modeling business, and can help get your name and face out there.

Before attending your agency appointment, the agency will expect to see a portfolio of photographs of you. You’ll want to hire a professional photographer to conduct a mini photo shoot with you modeling a variety of different fashions. Arm yourself with at least 5 to 10 photographs that show off your range. Hiring a professional photographer isn’t cheap, but if you end up landing a job it’s well worth the price.

During your interview, you want to keep your look simple and understated, yet classy. If you decide to wear makeup, wear very little. It’s probably best to wear no makeup at all, so the agency can see your real beauty. Don’t dress too extravagantly, but take care not to err on the side of casual either. In other words, flip flops and a t-shirt aren’t great, but neither is a floor length formal gown. Keep it somewhere in the middle, and be honest and open with any questions the agency asks you.

While of course you must have beauty to become a plus size model, beauty actually isn’t everything. You must also be knowledgeable about the industry and keep up to date with the latest styles, makeup trends, and what’s hot now. Practice posing and walking, because those are essential skills all models must have. By staying on top of your game, you’ll remain a step ahead of the competition every time.

Breaking into the plus size model industry can be difficult. You must not only be knowledgeable about the industry, but you must also have an intense desire to succeed no matter what. Plus, if you do become a model it takes a lot of hard work and effort on your part to stay within the standards of the modeling industry. With patience, tenacity, luck and hard work there’s every possibility that you could become a plus size model.

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