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Miss England in 2019 and hope for a better way to return from the rough, cream – as in the united kingdom, beauty pageant, is to start with a “makeup-free” round of the premier league for the first time ever.
On the 25th of June, it was announced that all the contestants will now be competing in a bare-faced, round-to promote body positivity and natural beauty, as The Telegraph reports, is a breath of fresh air in the current, social media-crazed society filled with unrealistic beauty standards.
The creative idea was thought up by the organiser of the pageant, Angie Beasley, who is hoping that the new element of the competition, the participants will be encouraged to “wear less make-up,” according to The Independent.
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The participant Bhasha Mukherjee, pictured, has already been made use of by a make-up free of charge around the two bare-faced selfies to Instagram.
“Recently we have been shocked to see England Miss out to the participants of the young age of 19 undergoing lip filler treatments, and even Botox, and a lot of it with the full face of thick make-up covering up their natural beauty,” Beasley told the newspaper.
“We have to tell the girls that they don’t have fillers, false eyelashes and tattooed eyebrows to match, but it shows you just what to have a material adverse effect editing social media images can have on young women’s self-esteem and mental health,” she continued.
Miss England’s first ever make-up-free game is a serious business, as the winner of the “Bald-Face, Top-Model, the leg will be fast-tracked in order to be sure of a place in the march of 20 participants.
“The difference between what the affected women are in the social media and TV, and the reality is, it is getting out of hand, and that is why we have decided to launch this tour for the first time in the pageant’s history,” Beasley came up with.
Although it is modest in its mission, and Miss England’s inaugural make-up-free game is a serious business, as the winner of the “Bald-Face, Top-Model, the leg will be fast-tracked in order to be sure of a place in the march of 20 participants.
More than 20,000 young women have been introduced to the british pageant this year.
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More than 20,000 young women have been introduced to the british pageant this year, the Telegraph reports, with the final round scheduled for the 31st of July and 1st of August in Newcastle.
The outside of the crown, and the ultimate winner will win a place in the elite of the elite, the Miss World pageant, and a luxury holiday to the island of Mauritius.
A Miss England hopeful Bhasha Mukherjee, has already been made use of in the make-up-free-stage, two bare-faced selfies to Instagram.
“Makeup is a way of improving it, but how often you do it, the lines are fuzzy between the extension and the cloak. So many times we just have to hide behind a film of the product, and even to an artificial cosmetic enhancements, they are fillers or Botox… and so here I am, owning my flaws,” Mukherjee has written, for online.
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In any other beauty pageant heads at the end of May, the Miss India competition and was slammed for a lack of diversity, after a newspaper released a shot through the head and out of the 30 finalists, who looked incredibly similar.
This past summer, the Miss America pageant caused a stir before dropping in the famous swimsuit and evening gown, the elements of the competition, and then explains that the participants should not be too long to be assessed in terms of their look and feel.