Many young girls dream of becoming a model and invest a large part of their lives training for the opportunity just to be in the running; then there are people like Jayne Moore who stumble upon it quite by accident. Born in Leeds, United Kingdom, Jayne never imagined that she would be an international model living in New York City. Early in life, she worked at a hair salon so she could save up enough money to buy a car when she turned 16. The owner of the salon used Jayne as a model for a contest, by coloring her hair with choppy disconnected layers, with platinum and champagne highlights. They entered the pictures into the L’oreal Colour trophy competition and won the regional competition. Jayne was asked by the salon owner to walk the runway for the finals. This is where she was noticed and subsequently contacted by Select Model management in London.
Jayne Moore believes that it is important to maintain healthy hair, skin, teeth, and nails, especially since her career requires keeping an appealing physical appearance. Jayne works out regularly with a strong focus on physical conditioning, and has a skin care regimen that involves religious cleansing, toning, and moisturizing. One tool Jayne highly recommends is a body brush, which she says helps to keep the skin moisturized, smooth, even and glowing. Jayne frequently treats and deep conditions her hair to combat potential breakage from the constant distress of being blow-dried straightened, curled, tonged, and teased. Jayne makes sure to get plenty of sleep, consumes sufficient water, and always chooses healthy balanced meals with lots of vegetables to complete her overall healthy lifestyle.
Working on location means early starts for Jayne Moore’s day since her hair and makeup have to be ready by sunrise; she enjoys conversations with her team during all of this. Being a model is not as glamorous as it seems. Jayne recalls a time when she had to do a swimwear shoot in Chile on a beach in freezing cold weather, and sleeping in local huts afterwards that were just as cold. Regardless of the not-so glamorous parts of the job, Jayne appreciates the unique and different experiences she has gained through her modeling assignments.
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