Bristol, United Kingdom (PressExposure) January 30, 2009 -- The turn of the century saw a massive increase in the number of reality TV shows produced. Initially shows like Big Brother and Survivor were the centre of reality TV, but as the novelty of these shows wore off, more and more shows relating to peoples personal problems were produced.
The likes of What Not To Wear and How To Look Good Naked stirred a number of viewers, and according to Models Direct these shows stirred the modelling industry too. The likes of these shows, which allowed us to see hundreds of women reveal their bodies on screen to be analysed and even criticised, began to change the way the world perceived beauty.
These reality shows are likely to be the reason advertisers are beginning to increase the number of normal looking models in their advertising, according to leading modelling agency Models Direct [http://www.modelsdirect.com]. There is, they say, a noticeable change in the amount of âreal lifeâ models getting jobs and building modelling careers.
Models Direct, which accepts a range of âreal lifeâ models, says advertisers who want to reach customers need to get involved with using models who give off that âreal lifeâ feel.
For people who have been considering a modelling career, but have been too self conscious to get involved, it is now time to live your dream. Remind yourselves of the TV shows where women have bared all to Britain â if they can do it so can you!
Whether you want to do a single modelling assignment just for fun, or whether you want to develop a modelling career, Models Direct will cater for your needs. The team of friendly agents will assist you with succeeding in the modelling industry and bring you one step closer to achieving your dreams.
* To find out more about Models Direct: [http://www.modelsdirect.com]
* Find out about how you could become a model
* To find a model for your business: [http://www.modelsdirect.com/find_a_model/index.html]
Dave Chandler Campaign manager t +44 (0) 870 041 0459 email@example.com Hubbub (UK) Ltd