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Models Casting Tour of “Future Face Africa” Arrives in Ghana; Here’s Everything You Need to Know


Future Face Africa Ghana Casting

Africa’s hugest models scouting competition, Future Face of Africa casting tours’ next stop is Accra, Ghana this Saturday, 30th of October 2021.

This explosive new talent search concentrates on attracting thousands of applicants within the African continent to be exact. Only 12 finalists shall be selected to battle it out for a chance to win a 2-year international modeling contract with one of the world’s most well-known international agencies, a cash price of $5000usd to both male and female winners at the end of this big competition.

Interested models can apply by CLICKING HERE or nonetheless appear physically at the open casting to be held at the Ecobank Ghana, 2 Morocco Road, Accra, Ghana.

Time: 9am – 1pm prompt.

Kindly note, Future Face Africa model casting is open to both Male & Female Models.

Height Requirements:

Female Models: 5’9 to 6.0FT

Male Models: 6’1 to 6’3FT

Dress Code:

Black/White tank top on Black skirt/shorts or leggings with heels for female models. Natural hair must be neatly packed or in cornrows. No Makeup, No Weave, Jewelry, Artificial Nails, or Accessories.

Male Models must be in Black/Blue jeans on a fitted White/Black tee shirt with sneakers. Clean shave required.

If you will be unavoidably absent at the casting, you can apply by CLICKING HERE or email: models@futurefaceafrica.com with your polaroids and statistics.

Online Applications end tomorrow, 30th October 2021.

The Future Face Africa is strictly sponsored by Aquafina Nigeria, Ecobank Ghana, Haute Couture, Natures Gentle Touch, and Mac cosmetics.

Monte OZ Networks, INC is a proud media partner.

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