Apart from general odd jobs that exist in the world, these are focused directly on fashion and beauty. Between being a part of runway shows or unconventionally writing about fashion,
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1) Fashion forecaster
Predicting upcoming fashion trends is actually a career. According to Style.com, a forecasting company named K-Hole is credited for forecasting the Normcore trend we saw in celebrities this past fall. It’s more difficult than the title sounds, however. Unfortunately, it’s not at all like sipping coffee with designers and artists talking about what people are liking/disliking.
2) Style scenographer
How about runways that turn into construction sites, giant mazes or fantastic wonderlands? It is not unusual that the scenery for a fashion shoot or catwalk steals the show and requires outlandish props like giant hedges, clouds that look real or oversized mirrors. A good idea for a scenery is only as good as the person who can make it a reality. This is where the style scenographer comes in. He or she is not fazed by even the strangest request and is crafty and resourceful when it comes to sourcing what he or she needs. Now who comes up with the idea in the first place is another question, courtesy of best au online casino.
3) Model and celebrity tanning professional
Have you ever seen a model (or celebrity for that matter) who did not look like they just came back from a nice vacation somewhere warm where they acquired a beautiful tan? Well, neither have we. But fashion being fashion, all is not what it seems. If you would like to help people acquire a healthy, sunny glow, becoming a tanning professional may be the job for you. It entails bronzing up everyone who’s on stage or in the public eye and a side effect is getting up close and personal with supermodels and celebrities.
4) Wrinkle chaser
No, we’re not still talking about models (and their usually non-existent wrinkles) but about fabric wrinkles on shoes, bags and accessories. Have you ever wondered how fabric on shoes remains stretched and wrinkle-free, ditto with a bag that you just ordered online and unwrapped at home? Enter the professional wrinkle chaser who, with a special iron, will make sure that the fabric on products around us remains tight, stretched and wrinkle free, usually between delivery from the factory and shipment to stores. Thoroughness and patience are a must and those who are not too fond of ironing need not apply.
5) Face feeler
Yes, you read correctly – there are people who are getting paid for feeling other people’s faces. Not without a purpose of course. The aim is to determine who’s got the softest skin after applying a certain moisturiser. Also called “sensory scientists”, these professionals go through rigorous training before they start out commercially; there is even a society of sensory professionals.