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Hair care product commercial

Details have not been released. 

What are they looking for?

Casting are looking for models to work on a web commercial. The roles are non-speaking, but models will be interacting with the product.

Tight curls/coils are preferred. Models must have hair long enough to manipulate. Models must also be comfortable having their hair touched and manipulated. 

Producers are looking for the following types:

  • Female model 1: African-American, Hispanic or mixed ethnicity women, aged 18 to 34, are needed. They should have naturally coiled and corkscrewed hair, types 3c and 4c, and gorgeous smiles and expressive faces.
  • Child model: African-American, Hispanic or mixed ethnicity kids, aged 9 to 12, are needed. They should have naturally coiled and corkscrewed hair, types 3c and 4c, and gorgeous smiles and expressive faces.
  • Female model 2: African-American, Hispanic or mixed ethnicity women, aged 18 to 34, are needed. They should have naturally wavy, curly hair and gorgeous smiles and expressive faces.

When are they filming?

Filming will take place in Atlanta Jan. 16 and 18.

How much does it pay?

Pay is $650. 

How do I submit?

Send an email to talentpowerhouse@gmail.com with your name, phone, several pictures of your natural hair fitting the specs and your skype or facetime info.

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