Food Crushing – Foot Modeling

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Food crushing is one of the most enjoyable modeling jobs as a foot model. All you need is to trample, squish, crush and make flat foods with your feet.

What kind of foods do I crush?

You may crush any kind of vegetables and fruits such as: banana, cucumber, lettuce, tomato, eggplant, melon, water melon. You will need to crush some, cake, bread, cookie, chocolate, marshmallow and some similar stuff.

Do I have to crush food barefoot?

You may crush food bare feet, in socks and in high heels.

Do I have to show my face in the videos?

Yes and no. Food crushing is not and adult content, so you should show your face in the videos. You may prefer not to show your face, then you’re very likely to sell less videos.

How much am I get paid for this?

You’ll be paid $25 – $50 / Hrs based on your experience and appearance of your feet. If you have beautiful feet, you’ll be paid more.

You can check the sample Food Crush Clips at www.CrushParadise.com

How Much Do Foot Models Get Paid?

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How Much Do Foot Models Get Paid?

Foot modeling becomes very popular recently. It’s very easy and no skills required to become a foot model.

The rate is totally depends on what kinds of foot modeling you do. Foot models are get paid approximately $50/Hrs.

 What Are The Basic Requirements to be a Foot Model?

Foot Models: The same goes for foot models. Models should be able to fit sample shoe sizes and should have slender feet, straight toes, attractive ankles, clean and uniform nails, and no calluses or blemishes of any kind. And again, men’s feet shouldn’t be overly hairy.

Leg Models: For female leg models, legs should be long and slender and free of blemishes and varicose veins. They also need to be waxed and well moisturized. Male leg models shouldn’t be overly muscular, and like their female counterparts, their legs should be long, shapely and free of blemishes (and again, not too hairy).

 

If you want to apply for foot modeling, you can apply at the following link:

Foot Modeling Job Application

Foot Fetish Modeling

Foot Fetish Modeling

First off all, we need to talk about foot fetishist;

What’s Foot Fetishism?

Foot fetishism has been defined as a pronounced sexual interest in the feet or footwear. Sigmund Freud considered foot binding as a form of fetishism. For a foot fetishist, points of attraction include the shape and size of the foot and toes (e.g., long toes, short toes, painted toenails, high arches, soles etc.), jewelry (toe rings, anklets, etc.), treatments (such as pedicures or massaging), state of dress (barefoot, sandals, flip flops, high heels, etc.), odor, and/or sensory interaction (e.g., smelling the foot, licking, kissing, sucking toes, etc.)

There are not much difference between foot modeling and foot fetish modeling. If you have beautiful feet and make money with them, you may consider foot fetish modeling as a part time job.

You can find some of the foot fetish terms below:

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What exactly does foot modelling involve?

It might sound like hyperbole to refer to a body parts model as a ‘supermodel’, but in the case of Gemma Howorth it’s no overstatement. The UK based model has been a foot double for Kate Moss, appeared in campaigns for Hermès and flies all over the world for photo shoots. Her feet are even insured for a seven figure sum such is their worth. Howorth is currently out in Australia as an ambassador for Scholl and to lead a public class in ‘Solates’ in Sydney this Saturday. She explains what it’s like when a stubbed toe can spell career disaster…

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How to Be a Foot Model

How to Be a Foot Model

Many people believe that foot modeling is not as reputable of a field as face and body modeling in terms of high fashion. Models already have nice feet in certain respects, but having perfect, close-up style feet for the most expensive shoe collections on the planet is not easy. If you believe your feet have what it takes, prepare to be amazed by how to truly be a foot model.

1. Identify if you have the genes for it. Unfortunately, being a foot model is 90% based on your genetics. You cannot do much with a foot that has toes out of proportion or too many varicose veins on the ankle. Flat feet will give you more trouble when walking in high heels all the time, and any other types of foot injuries could cause for a painful high heel career. Up front, you should know the strengths and weaknesses of your feet and how to cope with them.

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