By Julia Stone
As a model it’s basically your job to be flawless. This means you come to set groomed, prepared and in the mood to work no matter what. With our busy schedules it’s easy to fall into the habit of rushing out of the house in a flash, grabbing whatever clean-ish, nude-ish underwear you can find and hoping that no one asks for any extras, but isn’t it always better to come over-organized than under?
The list below is great for printing on the fridge or saving to your phone to reference for the next time you’re packing for a job or casting. With input from agencies, other models and my own experience the following is a thorough checklist that’ll ensure you come well equipped, but won’t make you look like your leaving for the airport on a round-the-world tour.
Be sure to tell us in the comments if we left anything out!
Photography by Natalia Zurowski
Julia Stone is The Business Model's Beauty Editor. After years of modelling in Canada, South Africa, and China, Julia Stone has parlayed her industry experience into a career as a make-up artist. She is represented as model and make-up artist by Plutino Group. Follow her on Instagram @juliamks.