Friday, November 30, 2007

Hair Wigs and Weaves for your Modeling Shoots

Hair Wigs and weaves are also for white girls. Don't be narrow minded, you might be able to plump up your hair instead of shooting again your thin dry blond locks at your next shoot. Or change your look quickly from short hair to long! On The View today they mentioned unique weaves and hair wings, I have worn both at my shoots, for example see the photo enclosed!

Straight up Star- Modeling truths.

If you want to model because you want to be a Star, or wicked famous, or get back at a boyfriend or something that is the wrong mindset. Model because you love it, enjoy it, it excites you and you believe in yourself that you could get ahead, but not only for the fame, or to feel like you did something with your life. Strive to model for yourself, but also don't expect it all to be rosy, all the time.

Preparing Modeling Goals for 2008

Even though Thanksgiving just passed, it is time to start thinking about your goals for 2008. Create a list, grab a notebook and make some goals for the New Year that include your modeling pursuits.

New pictures?
Submitting to more agents?
Consider getting a headshot along with your comp card?
Research the magazines you want to be in and plan to submit?

Thursday, November 29, 2007

The Marketing of Yourself

No matter your dream or pursuit you have to start chasing it,forget dwelling and waiting, you have to self serve and make it happen. I spoke last night with Marion Maneker from Harper Collins about marketing books and the publishing industry. My book is about the hustle of being a petite model and how I published it is whole other inspiring story.

Here is the video:

isobella jade

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Three tips for the Petite Models

Stop thinking being petite is a negative. Yes, by pursuing the modeling industry you will be considered "too short," but only in the eyes of those who are short sighted. The biggest question I get is "How do I become a Model when I am so short?" My answer can be broken down into 3 tips.

1.Marketing Yourself: Getting a modeling agency should be your goal, but there is a lot you can do for yourself to make this process go faster. The first thing is marketing yourself in ways that make you appear very sellable. Sellable as in an agent will have to sell you, your smile, your look, etc to certain casting and jobs. If the agent doesn't think you are sellable then you won't be able to get an agent. Sometimes this can mean getting quality photos that enhance what you do have and hide or distract from what you don't (height). Your images are going to sell you so matter if you are five foot or five foot ten you need quality images. You should focus on what you have to offer the industry. Modeling isn't about only being confident in yourself it is also about knowing yourself. What do you have that will make an agent or brand, magazine, or product interested in having you represent it, or model for it? Whether it is your smile, your body, or your hair, your beautiful eyes, no matter your height there are features you have which can be sellable.

2.Getting quality photos: The next thing you need once you know what you have to offer the industry is photos. Don't just leave it up to the photographer to discover you. The Internet can make networking and connecting with photographers easier but be alarmed, because you only want to work with photographers who are just as ambitious as you. It is even better if these photographer's already work with magazines, and have gotten advertising, print, or commercial work through their photography. Working with photographers who are driven and take photography seriously will lead to quality images and also sometimes to work. ( for example: My first tear sheet didn't come from an agency it came from a photographer who worked with Woman's World Magazine.)

3.Take Control of your Goals: Just like a person starting their own business, modeling is a small business for you. So when you start pursuing modeling and having the interest remember that just doing a photo shoot or even getting one tear sheet in a magazine doesn't really make you a model. Being a model, especially when you are petite is about marketing and self promotion. A lot of models wait for the phone to ring and being active in your pursuits and goals is like launching a product. If you had a product you wanted to sell, would you just let it sit and wait? No, you pick up the phone, you could research and you could consider all the options for yourself. Alot of girls want to model and really it is as simple as getting involved with your goals. If you want to be in a magazine, why not research the editors and mail your photos, if you want to represent a product why not contact the product directly, the marketing department and research online the website and contact information and ask where the company finds their models and if you could submit to them and be one! It is about taking control of your modeling and your goals and making them happen for yourself.

Petite Model Speaks about Marketing and her Book

I am speaking about my book at 6:30 today, and discussing writing it at the Apple store, publishing it and the process of marketing myself!

This is a free event for anyone who wants to learn more about marketing their books and themselves at the Bowery Poetry Club, hosted by Bookspoke,

Speakers: Isobella Jade and Marion Maneker
When: Wednesday, November 28, 2007, 6:30 PM
Where: Bowery Poetry Club
308 Bowery (@ Bleecker)
New York, NY 10003

isobella jade

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Hair Tips for Models

Modeling hair style tips and advice from Bill Schrlau

As a freelance model sometimes I have had to style my own hair at my photo shoots when there wasn't a hair stylist, and without knowing any unique tricks the results really did effect the shoot and it was bad! I wished I had a hair professional helping me but I didn't know where to turn. I have learned over the years that modeling isn't about one thing, it takes the whole package to create an amazing shot and hair is so very important. Bill Schrlau, an award winning hairstylist and professional,shares advice for petite models and models who need some tips at their shoots for making their hair have personality. I met and worked with Bill during a hair modeling job I did at Wella and it is nice to hear advice from someone whose forte is hairstyling and hair fashion trends.

Okay keep in mind I would always recomend that you use a professional,
they can see your hair unlike you can on your own. However we all
understand that their are moments when you need to do the work yourself.
These are the looks I would recomend and you should be able to
replicate on your own. Also if you are paying for a haircut, eventually, your
hairstylist should be willing to spend the time to help you learn these
looks. It only looks good for the hairstylist if you can recreate the
look on yourself.

1. Slicked backProduct & tools; comb, gel or light gel, water bottle
How to; A.Prep hair with water, B.apply product, C.comb through and smooth. Longer hair use ponytail fastener to hold back. Short hair comb toward center back, use bobby pins to fasten if needed. Keep in mind the angle of the photographer.
The hair does not have to be perfect in the back if the back is not seen, stop wasting time making it perfect, LOL.

2. Ponytail
Product & tools; comb, gel, best product I have worked with for
the wet pony is "Styling lotion, by Bumble & Bumble", "Does it all"
hairspray by Bumble & Bumble, comb, cushion brush (maison Peirson $125- is the best quality, or you can get by with a denman $under $20-the quality is good, just not as good as M.P.), another product that will help with a smooth finish is, Bumble & Bumble "Defrizz". Use it at finish lightly though, to smooth any fly aways around the hairline, follow with hairspray. How to; A.Prep by brushing first. B. dirty the hair- with either hairspray (does it all) or styling lotion. Then make sure
the hair is dry. On days that static is an issue use cooler air and keep the air flowing downward. C.In front of mirror comb into back center into a ponytail, keeping in mind that there are three definate positionings for a ponytail and each says something different about your look. High is more youthful
and sometimes juveniela(sp). Medium crown- gives you a lift in the face but not as youthful or too young. Low- nape area-screams class. It is a bit more elegant so for those shoots that you need a classy look this is the way to go, keep it
low. D.once in place- fasten with a fastener (keep it
soft,so that it is not too tight on the hair, this can eventually cause breakage.)

3. Upwork Product & tools, brush, comb, hair fasteners, bobby pins, hairspray, defrizz. How to; Prep hair get it dirty (not too dirty, but with texture so that it is easier to fasten with bobby pins), then brush into ponytail. Then back comb the pony tail (tease it), then twist a few bobby pins into the teased hair and fasten along the edge of the ponytail. You will have hair sticking up all over the place,or you can smooth the teased hair before fastening with bobby pins,this will give a more put together look. This one is a much
more difficult look but be simple and if you need to push and prod the hair then go ahead, make it work for you, rough it up a bit to get that once over slept in look.

I hope this helps.

The best part of this advice is to have them get help from their hairstylist. Set a price on it. If you pay $80 or more for a cut your hair stylist should be giving you this help without being asked- at least two different looks on each visit. If they are not it may be time to seek another hairstylist out.

Thank you,
Bill's services and eye has been used for national brands and is a nationa leader published in American Salon, Modern Salon, Salon Today Magazines.
He even offers his services to you and you can visit his website at

Monday, November 26, 2007

The Small Business of You

Like a small business modeling is about making opportunity for yourself. Sometimes this can mean tooting your own horn and flaunting what it is you can give the modeling industry. To feel like a model you can use the Internet and quickly in a matter of seconds now be one and have your own little modeling page but to get work, to get ahead it involves a lot more work.

I really think of modeling like owning a small business that is you. If you think of your goals with modeling like this you will start to get ahead. Imagine a handbag designer trying to launch her product and get inside department stores? Image her not having huge funds to pay for a publicist and starting the business out of her own apartment. Making the designs from scratch and really grass rooting her self. Well one of my best friends did this and does this and does it every day. She thinks beyond the box and has even walked up to celebrities and handed them her bags on the spot. And she can be a similar an example of how a model can market herself. And the thinking that needs to be applied to your own pursuits.

Petite Modeling Discounts

I think jewelry modeling is a great thing for petite models and Corazon Latino uses petite models for their advertising and since I blog about petite models and support the underdogs the founder is giving all petite models 10 percent off any jewelry.
She sent me an email saying:

"To support Isobella and to thank her for her support of Corazon Latino, I would like to offer you, her "readers" a special 10% off introductory discount on our entire range. Just visit our site, and take a look at the range. If you see something you like, just head to the checkout & when you register enter coupon code INTRO307 into the coupon code box for a 10% discount off your order. You can check out the prices in US & Can (just click the flag & choose your currency). You can pay by all major credit cards safely & securely & we will ship worldwide within a week."

Enjoy! Catherine D'Arcy - Founder - Corazon Latino.

When it comes to body part modeling or your portfolio shoots, remember that Jewelry is great to decorate and add some personality to your shoots. - isobella

Craigslist can bring GOOD for Models

There should be many tools you use as a petite model but I have
used Craigslist to build my book. These jobs have been the results.

Coheed and Cambria
Wella- hair modeling – 250-400 each time
Jewelry commercial for Distraction Jewelry, it paid 500 dollars
Elvis Martinez: Univision
Fuji Tv
Brown Show
Playgirl: editorial
Shoreline America- jewelry catalog
Background work on Sapranos.
Urge commercial
My American Heart
Fitness book for Mind Over Muscle
White Mountain Shoes-Shoe shows
A&E video clip…lead to video trailer for my book

And I have even gotten castings for Glamour magazine on

Saturday, November 24, 2007

Being Discovered

BEING Discovered, is really Being a persistent, go-getter.
When a girl asks herself or myself “How can I start modeling?” My answer is marketing. It shocks me when girls want to be models but they don’t know anything about it. It makes me wonder where the “want to be a model” comes from? When I started modeling I had a need to feel admired and wanted and seen and I grew obsessed with it, ( counting the hits and clicks on my modeling page on the Internet) but that will get you no where fast. You have to get with the modeling program and be where the client will be. And think about the industry from the clients perspective. Client meaning, the magazines, and products you want to model for. They all have marketing professionals who are planning the next campaign and promotional tool. Basically what it comes down to is change, even with the Internet, the industry hasn’t changed all that much. Regardless if the access to the modeling world is found through the Internet and it is so easy to feel like a model, do you think the marketing team at Nike or Gucci go on the Internet to find their models?

The old fashion agency way is still the way. Being discovered is a word for those who are tall, and expected in modeling. But You can still promote yourself and get your own work as a petite model if you keep working hard, and Make it happen for yourself. If you want to do something ( like modeling) and it is difficult or it makes you the underdog by trying it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try.

A Petite Model uses her Beautiful Skin for Corazon Latino

The founder of Corazon Latino speaks about her petite model, Terry.

"The model in all our shots; Terry Bird, is Petite. Around 5ft tall and about a size 2I would guess. We chose Terry the first time because she had beautiful skin, curves in the right places & great bones which is exactly what you need to show off jewellery. Her skin tone was great for our "latino" feel & it set off the jewellery & showed people that brunettes could wear silver not just gold. We worked with her on the second range, because not only was she the perfect body for our jewellery she was also the perfect model. No drama, no tantrums. A true professional. She would hold a position for hours, she would really try and understand the jewellery & suggest shots that might work. She put in 12 hour days & she never complained no matter how much we asked of her. How many catwalk prima donnas could do that?" Catherine D'Arcy. Founder - Corazon Latino.

Thursday, November 22, 2007

The WORK of a Model

No matter your height modeling is work. Modeling means getting up and seriously pursuing with research and thinking of yourself as a business. Alot of girls end up shooting with no-name photographers and forget how easy it is to get an agency and really start getting modeling work that is true modeling.Or They rely on photographers to get them ahead and they never take the time to really make it happen for themselves. Just by shooting a few times, and then downloading your photos on an Internet wont always really make you a model. I take modeling very seriously, I am very active with my pursuits and every job, opportunity and connection I have is not from a friend or someone handing it to me, I have had to work from scratch to call myself a model and modeling, getting your tear-sheets and portfolio updated and comp cards prepared and mailing them out and getting an agency and getting to model for magazines, and representing a brand as a spokemodel all takes ALOT OF WORK. I don't have the phone ringing every day, every second and there isn't an agency always calling for me castings, but that doesn't mean I wait. I know the products I want to model for, and I research them and even contact the marketing department, I really get into my pursuits, and I wonder...don't models know...modeling is a lot of work? Being petite doesn't mean you can't start doing the research and grunt work and really taking action towards your career, there is no rule saying you can't make your own dreams happen, why haven't you called the agencies in your town yet? Why haven't you researched photographers who shoot for newspapers and advertising clients? Use Google!! Take ahold of it! and Start to get ahead.

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Instead of the word Model

There are hundreds of girls trying to be models, thousands, millions if you count Myspace, and girls who aren't so serious but still want to try or call themselves one, so sometimes a new word is needed when you are promoting your self in a serious way.

If there is a company, brand, or magazine you want to model for, instead of saying " I want to model for your brand, company or magazine," say " I want to be involved with your editorials, ad campaign, advertising, etc."

Or " I want to model for your advertising."

It gives you an edge and also serious vibe which is received well.

Monday, November 19, 2007

Putting your Best Short leg Forward

Without an agent it might seem impossible.

Maybe you will wonder, is it worth it, all the effort, self promotion, waiting, trying, but if you want something you fight for it, even when it seems impossible...even when it comes to modeling.

Let each acomplishment lead you to more, the smaller ones shouldn't be dis-included, -Include all of your credits, each is a step in the right direction.

Focus on the type of modeling you want.
Focus on reality.

If you want to do hair modeling, focus on it, if you want to model swimwear, focus on it, if you want to model fitness, focus on it!

Sunday, November 18, 2007

Getting an Agent Made Easy

I don't care what your height is, it is possible to get an agent.

Here are some questions to ask even after you have been turned down.
A fashion agency is less likely to smile at your photos, but a commercial print agency is more willing. So infront of an agent, or over the phone you can ask.

1. Monkey See, Monkey Do!
Maybe you should ask before you leave and shut the agency door for good.
"Do you have a sample compcard, or images from models you work with that I can see and use for improving my portfolio and images?" It is good to see what the agency likes, what intrigues them, what shots and models are they using. You can also look on their website perhaps too.

2. If your want to model, even if you are short, you must have some energy and interest and you must show it, so express it, tell the agent how ambitious you are and how hard you will work to get the images you need to be accepted. Even ask, " what photographers do you use?" or " what type of modeling do you think I would be good for?"

3. Mail mail mail your images over and over, it might take a year to get an agent, but it shouldn't if you research the agencies that might accept you more than a fashion agency. There are plenty of commercial print modeling agencies, and talent agencies. I would say the more commercial looking and girl next door your photos are, the more natural and smiling, and fun you look the more you will get ahead. Because The Girl Next door, the natural beauty, the girl with spunk and personality, will never go out of style and is always needed for commercials and print work.

Friday, November 16, 2007

Petite Modeling- freelancing with an Agency

Who is your agent?
Who are your signed with?
Who do you work with?

Theses are all questions I have got over the past years, and I find it funny because most of the time, I am my own agent. I do work with commercial print agencies but I never leave the work in another's hands, no promising, or promises in this industry.

Did you know you don't have to SIGN with an agency to get one?

You can freelance.

For fashion agencies they want you to sign because of competition and they want to focus on their main girls without worring that some other agency is going to steal them. But for commercial print modeling, for petite models, freelancing is great.

You can work with more than one agency and get work called upon, emailed, and booked by more than one agency. I work with 5 agencies, but mainly two call me very often, I never rely on one. And mostly I rely on myself!

Thursday, November 15, 2007

Petite Models need Extra Inches

There is a great shoe company I have discovered during my modeling pursuits called Nina shoes.

If you notice their ad campaigns, the look is sassy, and sexy, and stimulating.

I think looking at images, ad campaigns, print editorials is a great idea for any petite model when it comes to building her book and creating images that will sell her.

Nina shoes are very sexy, colorful, diverse and affordable.

Wearing high heels just make a petite girl feel good so if you get a chance check out Nina, they are a great shoe company and I wear Nina shoes when I model and I feel amazing wearing them for those extra inches!

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Models are Seeking through the Scams

Fighting to get ahead as a petite model, is sort of like creating your own business.
Launching it, marketing it, meeting the right people, building your portfolio and building your resume and credits.

I ask myself daily " what is modeling really, and what isn't?"

Are girls who use the Internet to get places, verse the girls who have agents calling them everyday not models?

I think the difference is that as petite models, the Internet is our outlet alot of the times, our marketing tool, sometimes our only way, and instead of a store that we open every day, we show up with our fruit cart and push it daily trying to break through the barriers of acceptance. Petite models might run into more scams because the path isn't paved for us, we have to create it ourselves.

From getting images, to getting representation, to getting ahead and getting work. It is a hustle every day.

But dont get discourage, to every jerk you meet along the path you are paving, there is a purpose to continue on.

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Model Control

Make sure when you shoot, you are in control. I don't just mean bossing the photographer around and speaking up about the shots you want and need. I mean...when you shoot, shoot to please you, not just the man behind the camera.

Shoot to get a photo that will tell a story and focus on your eyes, your expression, the face, deep breathes, and relax. It is hard sometimes to relax and give a serious face, sometimes it seems serious means stiff, but if you exhale, close your eyes and open slowly...and stare through the lens, like your eyes are speaking you will give a powerful shot.

Alot of times the Internet model entrance leaves girls thinking it is all about pleasing the photographer when really it is about please you, feeling enpowered!

Monday, November 12, 2007

Petite Models Building a Book

Your portfolio book is what sells you, it says what you are capable of and what you should be booked for. Put together only the best shots you have and if you aren't certain about a shot then don't include it. Confide in friends and agents, and listen carefully but also listen mostly to what is inside of your mind. If the image doesn't sell more than your pretty face, then it isn't selling. Focus on putting some personality, and a story into your shots. Because what you show off, is an example of what you are seeking and where you are going.

Modeling isn't an ego or beauty thing, it is also a marketing thing.

Friday, November 9, 2007

The Petite Modeling Game of Playing it Safe

Trust yourself first before you trust anyone. Go on your gut and keep names and numbers safe.

A few times I have not kept numbers and when it came to getting my images, or following up with a photographer it was a nightmare.

Also sometimes when something goes well and you want to keep in touch and build a business relationship, or modeling venture, that could lead to more work, it is good to keep names and numbers handy.

Also you can use your email account as a great way to save addresses and notes, and letters which can be proof of the job, the date, and what was said.

Thursday, November 8, 2007

Petite Models and Actors preparing for Headshots

Getting a headshot doesn't have to be a pain anymore. If you have in mind ahead of time your ideas and plan.

To get inspired pay attention to television shows, commercials, and ads you like.

Take a look at magazine covers to get inspired too. Usually the eyes are strong and the face is intriguing, the smile is refreshing and welcoming. Even bringing the magazine or commercial idea to the shoot is a good idea.

Consider when looking at the characters on TV or Music Videos or Soaps or Commercials: What are they wearing in the shot, commercial, or television show? What color? How is their hair? What do their eyes say?

Think of the roles you want to portray, and bring this mind set to your shoot.

Don't just say "cheese!" and there is the shot, put some personality into your shot can be as simple as paying attention to the business you want to be in. And the jobs you want to get.

You should have diversity too.

A nice fun going smile
But also a serious and edgy shot too. Show your persona and range.

You want to give your agent, and yourself opportunities to be sellable.

Having one bland look will not get you far.

Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Hand Modeling and Shoe Modeling, Body Part Modeling

There is a lot of money to be made for just using your petite hands and feet! If you have a size six shoe there is a ton of shoe modeling your can do, from shoes to print work, and for hand modeling there is also ad campaigns for beauty and lifestyle products. Ever see a nail polish ad? Here are some shots to inspire your photo shoots to be including body part shots for you to put together a body part card.

Petite Modeling Parts Shots

Here are some ideas for photo shoots involving your petite parts for putting together a parts comp card. All agencies usually have a PARTS or BODY or FITNESS division and these shots might be helpful to get an idea of what you can shoot for your petite body, and parts card. You need a shot of your Skin, and Your Curves, and making the most out of your petite parts. Like your hands, and feet and stomach and neck. Put your petite parts to use!

Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Petite Models Getting a No isn't a NO WAY

Getting a No shouldn't be the end all.

If you are 5'1" - 5'6" you have to understand the mindset of the industry. But beyond the agents you have to understand the client who is hiring the models.
Most of the time they are asking for a girl who is 5'7" because in the "mind" it sounds lean, tall, and perfect for their shoot. So they will call an agency and ask for all the girls who are brown hair ,etc, and 5'7" or taller. You won’t be asked to come to this casting of course. You won't even know it happened.

Remember being a petite model already means a challenge.

It is a short sighted industry so you have to push to get your self in the door.
Maybe your photos and your face or height were dissed but don't quit. Don't let ONE or TWO or one Hundred NO's hold you back. Instead focus on your photos. Being a petite model is like creating your own business. If you can impress an agent with your images, your height won’t be such an issue.

You need to start thinking beyond the norm, typically a shorter model becomes " another Internet Model" and forgets her real chances....Not just for hourly photo shoots where you wonder if you will get paid, but for modeling in ways that can get her ahead. It involves marketing yourself as a model and putting your best features forward. You might not ever be the model you want to be, but what about the model you are already? Are you considering all of the types of modeling, or are YOU also being narrow minded? Are your images making your look shorter? Are you not selling yourself with diversity? Are you only a sex pot, or are you also a girl who can model watches, handbags, and shoes?

Monday, November 5, 2007

Modeling Scams

On the phone she said " Are you still interested in modeling?"

This was a sure sign that it was a scam because if this person even looked for a moment at my website or images they would see that I am very much in deed striving as a model and have been doing well.

I sometimes test out castings on websites and even on Craigslist to see if they are scams and to weed through the bullshit and to give advice and insight from my experiences.

If when talking to an agency they ask " ARE YOU INTERESTED IN MODELING?" when your email you sent said directly " I am interested in modeling." then hang up the phone...and keep focusing on getting with the real program. Get an agent that understands your ambition right off the bat and no agency will ask you for money up front if it is legit.

Sometimes websites will ask for 10 bucks to post photos like but if a website asks for hundreds, please click another link and don't do it!

To get ahead you need to work with people who have ambition and that costs nothing!

Friday, November 2, 2007

Petite Models

Let every shoot, event, promotional modeling jobs, casting, person you meet inspire something to lead to something bigger.

Even if you know you are better than handing out that stupid promotional flyer for 20 bucks an hour, start thinking of ways to skip the middle man and get into the door of the product you are already marketing.

Ask who the marketing coordinator is?
Ask if the brand ever needs print models?
Ask if you can submit your photos to the marketing department?

Why not?

Thursday, November 1, 2007

Petite Modeling Tips about Nude Modeling

If you want to use your body to get ahead refer to Ad campaigns, magazines, commercials, product posters in stores when the body is used in modeling.

Store like Sephora has a beautiful layout of posters of the nude body, of both a male and female. Look at both male and female fitness magazines or health magazines and you will find whether it is a women's magazine or a men's both are used in the magazines.

So body part work is for male models as well. Maybe a male model isn't tall and fashion appealing but for body part modeling, just like a female men are needed.

Consider having yourself shot in beauty and health ways. Fitness shots, even a shot of you putting on your makeup is an editorial shot similar to what you see in Self magazine or Cosmo magazine. Think of nudity and skin as more than just sex. It is also so many other things and done in so many ways. Even Allure magazine shows butts and breasts and and bare skin but it is done is a storytelling way or done with a body part shot. The shot is still sometimes sexy but is isn't pushed over done and cheesy.

Did you know a women shoe model is a size 6 shoe.
Did you know a mens shoe model is a size 8 shoe.

Most of these models are needed for ad campaigns and print work as well because it saves the brand money to use the sample shoes which are always a size 6 for commercial shoes. For high end fashion shoes I think it is a size 9 for women.

If you are petite but you have a great body, or good even skin color and tone,consider body part modeling.

Jump in your bikini, or bra and favorite pair of panties and share it with a magazine.

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