click this web site it tells u how t become a model
here are some
if going to an interview with an agency isn't something you want to do right now or just doesn't seem right for you, you can consider entering modeling contests. However, make sure you check that these are being run by a reputable agency.
If, for whatever reason, you've decided signing with an agency isn't right for you, you could consider going freelance. But be warned- the pay is usually considerably less and there are fewer safety precautions.
Confirm whether or not there will be a make-up artist on site for any work you are doing. 99 times out of 100 there will be but there may be the odd occasion where you are required to do your own make-up. If there is a make-up artist, then arrive fresh faced.
Be aware of the fact that if you become one of the top models like Kate Moss, the people you work for might ask
you to take drastic measures to stay a top model. For example, they might ask you to get nose jobs, liposuction, or have breast implants. And lose more weight.
Other models can be mean, but you're still going to have to smile and hug them for the photos.
Get your parents' permission if you're under 18.
It is recommended that you get some sort of training. Like doctors, lawyers, or any major profession a degree and certain amount of training to acquire proper skills is highly necessary. Some modeling schools are licensed by the Board of Education. However, whether or not they will teach you have to become a model is questionable and some agencies even say that attending a modeling school can teach you bad habits that are hard to unlearn! They are also expensive.
Be organized! Models often get called off places at the last minute and have very busy days. You need to be on top of things if you want to succeed. Buying a day-to-day planner can really help.