To give a shot at this type of model photography you have to look at one of the primary elements of it: the photo editing. With amateur glamour photography you achieve much of what the intended consequence by the kind of changes you make in software as part of the post production process.
First, glamour photography is known for its use of a glow/haze over the image that makes it look somewhat "otherworldly." To add this you will want to apply a general glow over the entire image when working in Adobe Photoshop, which is part of what you are only able to see the subject in these photos and not an identifiable background. You are going to want to use Adobe Photoshop for this and not a consumer photo editing program because of the amount of control over the image you are going to want.
Second, you are going to need to use photo retouching on different areas of the image to repair and blemishes or items that would distract in the image. Glamour photography is not a realistic representation of a person, but instead as they would like to look. To do this you may want to try thinning the person on certain areas of the face. removing any acne or other blemishes, and making the skin have a nice consistent color.
Both of these elements, as well as any other elements of photo editing that you include like the elimination of red eyes and the increase in saturation of colors, is going to play well with amateur glamour photography since it is really going to push your image to look professional.