Yes, a model’s comp card is editorial (like a spread in a fashion magazine), while the actor’s comp card is lifestyle (talking on phone, hailing a cab, etc.) It is important that the images on your comp card are your absolute best. So, what does a comp card look like? Composite cards come in all types of layouts, but some basic elements should be common to all.
A closeup headshot is a key component. This shot should be head and shoulders, or perhaps from the waist up, but no wider than that. Many casting directors encourage models and actors to keep the headshot nearly makeup-free so that your true face shines through. Your comp card should also contain three or four other images, showing a variety of looks with at least a few full body shots.