The search for Guardian Singapore’s Face of Healthy Beauty 2019 continues…and after rounds of intense selection, we have our beautiful top 10 finalists.
The semi-finals took place recently at Fitness First at Capitol Tower where 20 contestants had to go through four fitness challenges and a beauty challenge.
Guardian is looking for someone who inspires others to live a healthy and positive lifestyle, while having her own sense of personality and style.
The winner of this contest will walk away with $3,000 in cash vouchers, 1-year Guardian ambassadorship, 1 year’s supply of products from supporting partners worth up to $1,600, 6 months’ Fitness First membership, apparel from Zalora worth $1,000 and 1 year of digital subscription of Her World. She will also get to be featured in Her World.com and in Guardian’s campaigns. Guardian will also be selecting first and second runner-up winners who will win $1,000 and $500 in cash vouchers respectively.
When you vote for your favourite finalists, you will also get to win e-vouchers. Online voting constitutes 30 per cent of contestants’ final score.
But before that, get to know these women better to help you decide the next face of healthy beauty.
1. Jasmine Goh
This mother of two placed fourth in the SEA Games Women’s Marathon 2017. While she picked up running in a bid to lose weight, it quickly became more than that. Running has now become a passion.
Juggling her career and family as a single-parent, Jasmine trains twice a day.
Vote for Jasmine to be the next Face of Healthy Beauty here.
2. Yanessa Wong
Intelligent, beautiful and fit – it’s no wonder Yanessa is in the running for Guardian’s Face of Healthy Beauty. With two degrees under her belt, Yanessa isn’t just a pretty face.
The designer at an architecture firm had also won Hong Kong’s Institute of Architects Medal of Award in 2017.
Vote for Yanessa to be the next Face of Healthy Beauty here.
3. Jona Mae De Gollo
Shape Fit Girl 2019 finalist and former model Jona Mae believes in keeping fit and taking care of yourself.
Doing pilates, yoga and cardio more than four times a week, the 32-year-old “trains like a beast, looks like a beauty”.
Vote for Jona Mae to be the next Face of Healthy Beauty here.
4. Angie Chua
A performer at heart, Angie stays fit and trim through dance performances and even teaches her own classes. To top it off, Angie is a GX Instructor.
She runs workout classes like Piloxing (mixture of pilates and boxing) and K-kardio classes.
Vote for Angie to be the next Face of Healthy Beauty here.
5. Jeannie Chia
Just take a look at Jeannie’s Instagram and you can tell she’s all about leading a healthy lifestyle. She frequents workout classes like F45, Haus Athletics, Crucycle and more.
Even with her active lifestyle and zest for life, she advocates the importance of taking care of one’s skin from a young age.
Vote for Jeannie to be the next Face of Healthy Beauty here.
Check out all the action at the semi-finals of Guardian’s Healthy Beauty Awards.
6. Anthea Han
Anthea, Project M model and lover of sports, checks all the boxes for healthy beauty. Catch her surfing waves or doing yoga in her free time – Anthea’s one to watch in this competition.
She believes a good skincare routine and a healthy lifestyle is the key to beauty.
Vote for Anthea to be the next Face of Healthy Beauty here.
7. Surya Rahmanti
Beauty pageant winner, model and actress, Surya Rahmanti is no stranger to all things beauty and self-care.
Often seen posting on social media about her skincare routines and treatments, perhaps you can even check her out for some beauty tips.
Vote for Surya to be the next Face of Healthy Beauty here.
8. Averyl Loke
Averyl was Project M’s finalist in 2018 and Ms SunNUS in the local university’s pageant SunNUS. It’s no wonder – Averyl’s love for fashion, beauty and not to mention, staying fit give her a shoe-in for this competition.
Vote for Averyl to be the next Face of Healthy Beauty here.
9. Valerie Chan
She isn’t just a regular student at NUS studying Applied Mathematics. Valerie models and acts in her own time – spot her in various films and commercials.
Valerie has also collaborated with Nivea Singapore promoting Nivea’s MiscellAIR Make-up remover and the importance of good skincare.
Vote for Valerie to be the next Face of Healthy Beauty here.
10. Tang Kim Choo
A Singapore volleyball player, Kim Choo would probably have no problem with any fitness challenges the Guardian competition throws at her.
An ambassador for all things sports, she can be seen promoting a healthy lifestyle on her social media platforms.
Vote for Kim Choo to be the next Face of Healthy Beauty here.
Cast your votes now! Voting ends Nov 27, 2019.