Sumary of Without makeup in a beauty contest, the revolution of the miss: “I do it for all the girls”:
- Her gesture touched on a huge theme: psychologists and educators have long warned that the glossy image we continue to see on social media, unattainable in reality, creates anxiety and insecurities in younger people.
- But if a person is comfortable in his own skin, he should not cover it with makeup: our flaws make us who we are, each in the uniqueness of her.
- Melisa Raouf has decided to compete for the title of Miss England completely removed: it is the first time this has happened in the 94-year history of the contest.
- People should love their flaws and imperfections, as true beauty is simplicity .
- Photo by Kam Murali for Miss England Contest via Instagram The world of beauty pageants has often been accused of promoting a wrong aesthetic ideal, glorifying the exterior and covering up with makeup One contestant, however, has decided to change things: Melisa Raouf, 20, has decided to compete for the Miss England pageant with all makeup removed.
- She herself, she says, started wearing make-up as a child and never felt up to the standards of beauty.
- With these questions in mind, Melisa showed up with a clean face to the semi-final of the contest on Monday 22 August, and in October she will challenge 40 other girls for the title of Miss England.