I’m a ‘stay-at-home model’ at 5’3” – now I help other women, all weights and heights are welcome
A MODEL has shattered stereotypes by being five-foot-three and working from home.
She said height doesn’t actually matter when it comes to pursuing a career in modeling.
Daniella Hollywood (@daniellahollywood) gave viewers a peek into her life as a stay-at-home model.
“A day in my life as a five-foot-three model who made 10k this month modeling from home,” she wrote.
She gave aspiring models hope with her message in a video posted to TikTok.
“You can do it, too,” she added. “I’ll teach you.”
She specified that she books all her modeling jobs herself without an agent.
“My day started in the Starbucks drive-thru negotiating more modeling deals on Fiverr,” she detailed.
She said she models at home in a studio she made herself.
Her set-up included lighting, white back drops, and even a teleprompter for longer scripts.
While Daniella’s gig may seem like a dream for many, she said anyone can do it.
“I call it being a stay-at-home model,” she said. “All weights and heights welcome.”
The video drew in many viewers who shared their thoughts in the comment section.
“Girl you are such a boss babe,” one wrote.
“Ditto girl,” Daniella replied. “You are crushing it.”
“Amazing,” one more said. “You go.”