2 Everyday Beauty Queen 101

Every Day Beauty Queen 101.

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Being a beauty queen takes a lot of work, but it doesn’t require a crown, or long gowns. In keeping with the Miss Universe fever, we’ve got a few tips on how to be an everyday beauty queen.

Take care of your skin.
Your skin is one of the first things people notice about you, and as a beauty queen, your skin has to be clean and flawless. Taking care of your skin is the first step to being a true, every day beauty queen, and you can do that by using products that contain vitamin C and retinol, and by consulting your dermatologist.

Improve your makeup skills.
While beauty queens are naturally, well, beautiful, they know how to enhance their beauty by putting on makeup. It’s easy nowadays to learn how to use makeup by yourself (thank you, YouTube), but it’s always best to learn from a professional, and luckily JRP has classes that will teach you the art of makeup.

Walk the walk.
In order for Miss Universe contestants to truly stand out, they need to have a signature walk. Now, while it’s probably best not to sashay as you cross highways, it is important to stand tall and walk with confidence and pride. So walk the walk that makes you feel like a confident beauty queen.

Practice that smile.
A beautiful person becomes even more beautiful when they have a great smile. So, even though it looks weird to anyone who may catch you doing it, but practice your smiles in front of the mirror to see which one brings out the most beautiful version of yourself.

Read up.
The most critical part of any beauty pageant is the question and answer portion, and that’s because to be a true queen, you’ve got to be witty. So, don’t stop reading, and learning new things because it’s your brains that’ll get you to win the pageant and in life.


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2 thoughts on “Every Day Beauty Queen 101.”

  1. Thank you for sharing your experience with JRP, Fides! This is wonderful and we are beyond grateful to get this feedback from you.

  2. In my single years I graduated from John Robert Powers taking the Full Basic Course. I never forgot how it was like to have been part of a prestigious learning institution. To this day I took with me in my life the look as I have practised the lessons in my everyday life and I am grateful ever so much to JRP…..:)

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