Banora Point beauty Eden Jamieson is hoping to launch her modelling career in the Girlfriend Rimmel Model Search.
Banora Point beauty Eden Jamieson is hoping to launch her modelling career in the Girlfriend Rimmel Model Search. Crystal Spencer

Modelling career launch for Eden

EDEN Jamieson is model material.

The 15-year-old Banora Point girl has the caught the judges’ eye in the Girlfriend Rimmel Model Search and will soon be jetting to Sydney to compete in the next stage of the competition.

“I get Girlfriend every month,” Eden said. “To enter the competition I had to send a photo in and answer some questions.

“Last week I found out that I had made it through to the next part of the competition.”

Eden said she was shocked and surprised with the result of her first foray into the modelling world.

“I was surprised and very happy,” Eden said.

“My mum is so happy and my dad is very proud.”

The Girlfriend Rimmel Model Search is known as one of Australia’s most-esteemed modelling initiatives, and has launched many famous faces including Alyssa Sutherland, Catherine McNeil and Ruby Rose.

Eden will travel to Sydney this month to take part in the next stage of the competition, and hopes the exposure can launch her modelling career.

“This is the first modelling competition I have ever entered, but I hope it will lead to some more experience,” Eden said. “Hopefully I will find modelling work in the area; I am really interested in being a make-up model.”

Editor of Girlfriend magazine Sarah Cornish said Eden was a standout in the competition.

“Eden possesses truly exotic qualities. She’s left an indelible print in the judges’ minds and we look forward to meeting her in person,” Ms Cornish said.



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