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Charlene Receives Beauty Therapy Training In Aust

Miss World Fiji Charlene Tafuna’i has gone to great lengths in her efforts to try and bring home the Miss World crown in December. Miss Tafuna’i, 20, has just returned
25 Sep 2014 10:14
Charlene Receives Beauty Therapy Training In Aust
Onisimo Sina at the Magistrates Court in Lautoka on April 9, 2020. Photo: Nicolette Chambers

Miss World Fiji Charlene Tafuna’i has gone to great lengths in her efforts to try and bring home the Miss World crown in December.

Miss Tafuna’i, 20, has just returned from Brisbane, Australia where she received an advanced training in the art of beauty therapy.

Miss World Fiji national director, Andhy Blake said although there would be make-up artists at the competition, contestants are encouraged to know the art of putting on make-up.

“She was in Brisbane for a week for a beauty therapy boot camp; trained under Anselyn Wright, a Brisbane beauty consultant who operates her own salon,” Mr Blake said.

He said Miss Tafuna’i was also taking singing, dancing and voice training and zumba, a physical fitness discipline that plays a major part in earning the Miss World title.

The competition also includes a fundraising called ‘Beauty with a Purpose’ where each Miss World contestant must select a particular cause where she felt she could be of help.

Mr Blake said Miss Tafuna’i chose the Children’s Ward of the CWM Hospital in need of a ventilator.

“Her fundraising efforts were extensive reaching out to service clubs, churches and to other sources in the community.

“There will also be a major event to raise funds tentatively scheduled for October 26 featuring international Fijian singer Knox,” Mr Blake said.

The Miss World competition is scheduled in London, United Kingdom on Dec 14 and is expected to reach a television viewing audience of one billion people.

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