Wednesday, 29 January 2014

Jayne Moore Gives Her Valuable Advice To Upcoming Models

Jayne Moore, a successful British model gives advice to upcoming models of today. She says, “The modeling world is both exciting and exasperating! It’s an elusive, fast paced and unpredictable industry, with a melting pot fusion of characters and, yes, egos. The early days as a model are not easy. Some soar to the top over night, and some take years to even find their market and make any money. Along the way, you will meet a lot of criticism. You will have to put in a lot of time shooting tests with up and coming photographers and stylists, doing editorials for no money, experimenting with your look and trawling around on castings. You will face rejection on a daily basis. If I could give you three words to remember, they would be INTEGRITY, GROUNDING and PLAY.”

Jayne Moore

She further adds, “Keep your real friends around you, and your family close. Learn the people who knew and loved you before this became your world, the people who will bring you a juice when you’re sick. Those are the people who will really cheer you on when things are going well, and support you when they are not.”

Jayne Moore

She says, “It’s very easy to feel like you need to be bigger, better, louder, skinnier, raunchier, more famous, more interesting etc. in this world, but the second you start changing who you are to fit a mold of what you think people want you to be, you will lose yourself. Remember where you came from, wherever that maybe. Never get too big for your boots, because you’ll find yourself barefoot and the ground is rough. “

Jayne Moore

Jayne Moore encourages young models that they should enjoy their life. She says that models “Get to do the silliest things, go to the most random places, and have cool shots taken of you. Have fun and don’t take yourself too seriously.” Know more about Jayne at http://www.jaynemoore.com/

Jayne Moore

Supermodel Jayne Moore Talks About How Her Modeling Career Took Off

Jayne Moore, a British supermodel, who has captivated the world with her flawless beauty in a recent interview talked about her journey as a model so far. The interview revealed many interesting facts about the fashionista. Jayne Moore said she had no plans to enter into the fashion industry and it was her destiny that brought her to the modeling world. Recalling her early days, she told that she worked in a hair salon, restaurant and DIY store from the age of sixteen wanting to buy her first car, whilst studying to be an accountant, but life had some other plans for her.

Jayne Moore

After much begging, the owner of the salon Andrea Zuccaro gave her a cool look, with choppy dis-connected layers and trendy highlights. He then took some photographs of her for his salon and entered them into a L'oreal Colour trophy competition. During the contest, she caught the eye of several modeling agencies that tried to approach her. But Moore was bewildered and not really sure of what to do. When asked about what made her think so much to say yes to the agencies that tried approaching her, she said, “I got scouted there at the finals, but didn't take it seriously, I've always been very suspicious of such things, but with Andrea's encouragement and after meeting with a few agencies like Select Model management in London, who kept calling and were so warm and supportive that I thought why not, I’ll try it.” Since then there was no looking back for Jayne Moore. Today, she a supermodel and has walked the runways for a number of top designers like Gucci, Giorgio Armani, Eley Kishimoto, and many others. She has also shot editorials for magazines like Cosmopolitan, Elle, and Marie Clarie. To know more about her, visit http://www.jaynemoore.com/

Jayne Moore

Wednesday, 22 January 2014

Jayne Moore Talks About Her Experience As A Model

Jayne Moore is a British model from the small town of Fleet, rural Hampshire, South East England. She is now based in New York City. She has had a vast and varied career in the modeling field, taking her from the catwalk to campaigns and from magazines to shooting for clients all across the globe. Recently, in an interview, she was asked about her professional experience. She replied, “This is a funny question, as the kind of “experience” one acquires being a model is not really conventional. I could joke that I know how to jump, leap and balance in precarious heels, model in sand, surf or off road terrain, know how to bounce my hair for action shots and hair ads and how to move, but joking aside, when fashion, body and beauty is your profession, these are all skills that you gain with experience and are pretty darn important.”

Jayne Moore

She added, “I have experience with hair work, TV and print for brands such as John Frieda and Garnier. I have done beauty for such magazines as Marie Claire, Glamour and Votre Beaute, Advertising for Avon and American Beauty, lingerie and swim for Saks, Macy’s, Bloomingdales, Calvin Klein, Asos, Gottex, Marks and Spencer’s to name a few. I know my body from every angle, how to channel the attitude an outfit creates and how to flaunt the shape of a cleverly cut piece of clothing. I have ridden horses and jet skies, driven cars, boats and bikes, I have been suspended on invisible wires for a TV ad, I’ve trapezed, trampolined and danced to capture that moment, run on cobbled streets and abandoned train tracks in 5inch heels, shot swimwear in sub zero temperatures, rock climbed, filmed under water, in jungles and on sand dunes. “

Jayne Moore

Jayne Moore said, “I don’t have an orderly or traditional CV, my job has demanded more of me then I ever thought I’d measure up to, but this is the thrill of the random variety that is work as a model, and learning to be spontaneous and yes, sometime courageous, that is my professional experience.”

Jayne Moore

To know more about Jayne, visit the website http://www.jaynemoore.com/

Jayne Moore

Tuesday, 21 January 2014

Jayne Moore – A Model With A Wide Range of Interests

Jayne Moore is a mixed bag of beauty and character! Having both an analytical mind and liking formula and structure, she majored in accountancy and psychology at college. She says, “The psychology behind human behavior has always been something of a fascination to me, why and how we work, cycles and habits we get into, and how circumstance and environment can not only shape and affect the people we become, but also have us act in the now, in ways we think we never could or would. Also the long standing Nature vs. Nurture debate is something I still, to this day, spend time musing over, are we "born this way" or simply a product of accumulated influential factors of our past.”

 Jayne Moore

Alongside accountancy and psychology, Jayne Moore did a vocational degree in Art and Design, which covered a broad spectrum of multimedia art techniques as well as the study of Art History. She aspired to become a chartered accountant, then auditor, and planned to pursue that dream by joining a training program within a company such as PWC or KPMG right out of college. She has always been artistic and very creative, so she took vocational study to expand her skills.

 Jayne Moore

In 2005/2006, she took a diploma in Interior Design at National Design Academy in UK. By the end of 2006, she moved to New York City and proceeded with the continuation of a degree in Interior Design. In 2009, she joined the School of Visual Arts in NYC, took classes in Jewelry design, silver smithing and Lost Wax Carving. She also took classes and one-on-one training at The London Jewelry School in 2011.

 Jayne Moore

It was an unexpected move in her life when Jayne Moore got a modeling opportunity from L'Oreal and she became a well-known model of today. To know more about her, visit the website http://www.jaynemoore.com/.

Jayne Moore

Tuesday, 14 January 2014

Jayne Moore's Advice For Aspiring Models

Jayne Moore is a famous British model and shares some useful tips for all those looking to make a mark in the modeling world. For aspiring models, she says, “The modeling world is both exciting and exasperating! It’s an illusive, fast paced and unpredictable industry, with a melting pot fusion of characters and yes, egos. The early days as a model are not easy, some soar to the top over night, and for some it takes years to even find their market and make any money, and along the way you will meet a lot of criticism, question your ability and physique, and have to put in a lot of time shooting tests with up and coming photographers and stylists, doing editorials for no money, experimenting with your look and trawling around on castings and go-see’s. You will face rejection on a daily basis and have great opportunities and big sums of money on the table, only to then not get it. It’s tough, tougher then you might think, it wears you down and is certainly not all glamour, glitter and parties.

Jayne Moore

Some can network and social media their way to the top, and others are more private, but whatever your style if I could give you three words to remember they would be INTEGRITY, GROUNDING and PLAY!. Keep your real friends around you, your family close, the people that knew and loved you before this became your world, learn who the people are that will bring you a juice press when your sick or are happy to do nothing with you, the people that love you just as much when your in your PJ bottoms and sneakers rocking a tragic look with no money, as when your glammed up and doing something chic, those are the people that will really cheer you on when things are going well, and support you when they are not. And operate with integrity, it’s very easy to feel like you need to be bigger, better, louder, skinnier, raunchier, more famous, more interesting etc in this world, but the second you start changing who you are to fit a mold of what you think people want you to be, you will loose yourself, and those that really count. Remember where you came from, wherever that maybe, and those that make up the pieces to your puzzle. Never get too big for your boots, because you’ll find yourself barefoot! Be good to people, don’t do anything today that you wouldn’t be proud to look back on tomorrow. And play! Enjoy it! You will get to do the silliest things, go to the most random places, and have cool shots taken of you, it’s like playing dress up and make believe for a living!! Have fun and don’t take yourself too seriously!!

Jayne Moore

On a physical level, your body, face, skin, teeth and hair are now your business, so get your hiney into the gym, look after your skin, cleanse, tone and moisturize religiously! Find a skin care system that works for you and invest in it. Hair treatments for your hair are essential as your hair takes some abuse having it blow dried, curled/ straightened, tonged and teased daily. Use a body brush and moisturize to keep your skin smooth, even and glowing. The more you put into your body as a business, the more business you will get out of it. And it’s going to go through a lot, so look after it! Get your sleep, your veggies en mass, and water water water, original advice? No. But it’s cliche for a reason, it works!”

Jayne Moore

Jayne Moore says, “A career in the modeling field is filled with a lot of fun and excitement, but to be a successful model you have to put in the hard work and dedication and look after yourself. You are the product and your appearance is now your business. Don’t neglect what your body needs.”

Jayne Moore

Jayne Moore Focuses On Inner Beauty

Jayne Moore is a British supermodel who has been regularly featured in leading fashion magazines, runways, photo-shoots and ad campaigns. She hails from Fleet, Hampshire, England. She has worked with companies like ASOS, L’Oreal and Cache, as well as with well-known photographers. She says that all this has played a big part in shaping her style and personality to make her fit for the modeling field.

 Jayne Moore

Jayne Moore believes that real beauty originates from looking after yourself properly and taking advantage of your inner beauty. She is of the view that true beauty emanates from within, and thus begin by feeding the body in the right way. She suggests that one should follow a well-balanced diet that includes having plenty of vegetables and fruits, and drinking a good amount of water. She says she knows it’s boring advice, but that water makes such a big difference in a person’s health as it vitalizes the body, flushes out any toxins and acts as a great moisturizer. She has made drinking water a compulsory part of her daily routine and she never skips drinking water no matter how busy she is. She says, “We all lead busy lives, so grab water when you can, and when the cold weather has you reaching for too many teas and coffees, switch the odd one out for hot water with a slice of lemon, or a chunk of mango, it’s surprisingly yum!.”

 Jayne Moore

When asked, what is beauty? Jayne Moore replies, “Beauty manifests in many ways, but ultimately I think it comes from within, how you operate and what's in your heart.” “Beauty is reflected within your appearance and exactly how can carry yourself and behave, we’ve all known “beautiful” people that suddenly seem ugly once their personality shows, and also someone who on first meeting might not seem “glossy magazine perfect”, but light up and radiate with so much beauty as you get to know them…” adds Jayne.

 Jayne Moore