For the 3rd year running, many gorgeous young ladies endured training after training for hours on end and finally strutted their stuff on the catwalk yesterday. Each having their mind set on nothing else but to prove themselves worthy to be the face of Estee Lauder.
It was divided into 2 categories – Category A & Category B.
One being the contestants below 30 and the other above 30 repectively. Why above 30, you ask? The answer is, why not? Beauty transcends at any age, doesn’t it? 🙂
Anyway, thanks to Mei Fong the Senior PR Manager, I made my way into the competition grounds. It was surprisingly held in the middle of a working afternoon day though. Anyway, the first thing I did after shooting some contestants was to give some love and lucks to Beatrice Au, of which was coincidentally mom’s former colleague.
Estee Lauder has always been a favorable brand of cosmetics by me. Heck, mom has a collection of it in her dressing table – of which I secretly used to paint my face with when I was a child of 5.
Whoops the secret’s out, but I think you already know who was behind that smashed lipstick and smeared eyeshadow palate of yours right mom?
To me, I second the fact that beauty is only skin deep. But make up can enhance every single part of that skin depth. So why not make it worthwhile while it lasts?
Last year’s winner, Cay, having her make up touched-up
Would you believe me if I told you they’re married with kids?
Pretty stunning for their age, methinks.
And trust me, the walking stick is not a prop!
He had some injuries
Contestant Mabel having a go
Seriously, don’t you wish your doctor was this hot?
More Q&A’s ensued as the judges kept vigil towards their communication skills, catwalk, beauty, poise and body shape. I could somewhat see a little scribblings and figures on the score sheets from where I stood but they were too tiny. Anyway, I wouldn’t want any spoilers too 🙂
THIS IS IT.
Estee Lauder Malaysia Brand Ambassador (Category A)
Estee Lauder Malaysia Brand Ambassador (Category B)
Before I end, I’d like to vehemently express how exorbitant KLCC’s parking fees can be. RM15 for approximately 4 hours?? It’s not as though my friends and I have never parked at KLCC before but look, is the car park gold studded with diamante walls?
Estee Lauder Warehouse Sale was such a frenzy! My friend spent RM600 ohmylord