More than a pretty face…
There is a lot more to being a great lap-dancer than meets the eye. The common misconception is that it is a job for girls that can’t do anything else and this couldn’t be further from the truth. There are many strip clubs out there and many dancers but when that perfect partnership happens between dancer and club the returns can be life changing when applied wisely. A good, successful dancer, universally, will be well turned out, charming, adaptable and professional.
Tips for presentation
Well turned out does not necessarily mean a certain look. Every girl is unique and the most beautiful girls in the club are the ones that play up their strengths. There is no such thing as ‘looking like a stripper’. Men’s preferences vary greatly and so dancers should play up their best features to maximise their appeal to their demographic. If you have great legs, wear gowns with long splits that show them off; if you have amazing full lips, red lipstick works a treat; and if you have fantastic boobs then wear necklines that enhance that cleavage…! Trying to be something you are not only draws attention to the areas that may not be as appealing and only serves to lose self-confidence so make sure you feel good and don’t try to pander to a certain ideal that you think other people want.
Personality will get you far
Personality and charm are the most crucial aspects of selling a dance or a bottle. In a room full of beautiful women, standing out comes down to your ability to draw the customer into your way of thinking (i.e. a bottle of Cristal and an hour!). The customer is paying for the escapism and for something out of their day to day existence so they want their time to be special. Whether that’s having fun after a particularly difficult week, the girlfriend experience if they are feeling lonely, or fulfilling a fantasy outside of their normality, the truly successful dancers can read what they need to be for each client and adapt accordingly.
Professionalism will help you increase earnings as a stripper
Finally, and most importantly, professionalism. Not treating a shift as a way to pick up or an excuse to get drunk is what really sets apart the women from the girls. Focusing on the task in hand and a continuous awareness that you are at work even after a few glasses of Champagne is what makes the good girls stand out, after all, nobody dances for the good of their health. Setting targets helps keep the motivation going and being about the job when you get into work means respect from management and extra funds!