How To Become A Mature Model, The UKMA Way - The UK's Largest Model Agency Directory Give Their Advice To Aspiring Mature Models In A New Section Just Launched Today

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Age 30 and over is what the modelling industry is looking for, according to UK Model Agencies.' It's never too late to start modelling,' says Helen Stark, Fashion Editor for the wonderful world of modelling website. With more than 25,000 unique visitors a month, finding the website for the first time, a vast majority are mature models wanting to know how to get into the industry, according to Helen. 'For once, age is important in the mature modelling market.'

Mature Modelling

If you've always fancied a go at modelling, then now is a wonderful time to try a new career.

The UK's largest online model agency directory launch their comprehensive mature modelling guide to offer advisement and aid to the over 30s.

'Life's too short, and if you've always fancied a go at modelling, then now is a wonderful time to try a new career,' says Helen. 'With the economic climate being as bad as it is at the moment, lots of older people have lost their jobs and have been made redundant. Some have considered becoming self-employed and starting up their own business. But have they looked at themselves in the mirror lately and ever considered trying out mature modelling is an option?'

She thinks a lot of people have because the team at UK Model Agencies have seen a surge recently in older aspiring models wanting to try their hand at something new.

'Our website is full to bursting with all sorts of pages dedicated to other types of modelling jobs. It's amazing how most of the population think that catwalk and fashion modelling is the only type of modelling available, but we are making it our mission to spread the word that there are lots of different types of modelling jobs available nowadays, to all ages, shapes and sizes of models.'

With a growing list of mature modelling agencies to choose from, UKMA realise how daunting mature modelling can be for a new model. With their brand-new page called 'how to be a mature model,' they feel they have the beginnings of the section which aims to help with any questions the new model may want to ask, and some they may not have yet considered.

'Having been at the forefront of the modelling industry for a number of years, providing honest and forthright advice on how to become a model, the team at UK Model Agencies would urge any mature model thinking about getting their feet on the first rung of the modelling ladder to send in their questions, as well as their details to

'We have a team who are experienced and can help in all genres of modelling, but also our partners, La Mode London, are a commercial photography company in the very hub of the modelling industry. London is definitely the place to be to get noticed, particularly for the high end fashion model, but it doesn't necessarily have to be like that for all models.' She explains how companies are wanting ordinary looking people to sell clothes and accessories, and how different body parts are needed such as hands and feet.

'It really isn't about showing off all your body, it could be simply using your facial features or even your legs if they still look good,' she laughs.' Our team of writers have researched the industry and uncovered all the parts of mature modelling genre, but it really is a very easy to get into if you have got what it takes.'

Not only do UK Model Agencies list the largest online agency directory, but their site has pages added daily by all the team, covering all aspects of the industry in general. From pages to do with child modelling all the way up to dealing with models in their 80s and 90s, age really doesn't have to be a problem in modelling at the moment and the team would urge anyone considering a new career, whether it is through choice or whether it is something that is a necessity, then why not think about giving modelling go?

Visit if you are a mature model reading this and would like some interesting information and encouragement from a team of experts who know how daunting a new career can be.

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