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Trained by Colour Me Beautiful, Emily Jayne works with Colour, Style, Bodyshape, and Makeup in order to make sure you look (and feel!) your very best, offering services in Personal, Bridal and Vintage/Retro Styling.
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My fully equipped image studio is based above the Loopy Ladies Boutique in Bromsgrove.
8 Worcester Road
Parking is availabin the Market Carpark (Pay and Display) Simply park, then cross the footbridge across the stream. Turn left at the bottom of the alley and Loopy Ladies is the blue shop nextdoor to Bromsgrove Music School.
Emily Jayne has history with fashion. From childhood she worked in the ladies boutique owned by her mother, helping her buy at the shows, and aiding the customers in making the best possible choices when making purchases (it's the kind of shop where customers are not allowed to leave unless they look fabulous).
Following successfully pursuing a History Degree at the University of Leeds, Emily 'rebelled' (and attempted to keep herself in expensive shoes) by entering the corporate world, and spent five years working in outsourced recruitment services where she hated sales, but loved helping people to present themselves in the best possible way to snare their dream job (and helping companies to present themselves in the best way to snare their dream candidates!) During this time Emily met with an Image Consultant, and went through her own transformation, which, combined with an ever-increasing desire to move into a more creative career, inspired her to set up Emily Jayne Image Consultancy.
Now Emily works full time as an image consultant and fashion blogger, loving the variety of work that she has been able to become involved in. Whilst running Emily Jayne, Emily has been able to transform women through personal Image Consultancy Style, Colour and Makeup Consultations, run workshops and presentations for corporate and social groups and write on makeup and style both online (including fulfilling her geek quota by working for the SyFy Channel on style in Buffy The Vampire Slayer, and having this regular blog advertised on national television, and blogging for the Universal Channel on style in one of their programmes) and in print (Emily is a regular Makeup Feature Writer for Vintage Life Magazine, and has written guest features for other publications). She also has become completely addicted to blogging, giving her another outlet to help people with fashion and style advice, features and news. Due to a love of dresses and all things pretty, Emily expanded her Image consultancy business into the Bridal market in 2010, and now provides styling advice on everything from the dress, to the colours for the day.
Emily has also provided makeup services (and adhoc wardrobe help) for a TV Chatshow, and provides styling and makeup services for Photoshoots. She is also thrilled to be able to indulge her passion for Historic and Vintage Makeup & Styling through photoshoots, workshops and makeovers. Emily has also lectured in a college setting on Colour Theory and Vintage & Historic Makeup.
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