ESTEE Lauder once said that beauty is an attitude, and that confidence breeds it.
We may interpret that by thinking that beauty is just being comfortable and confident with one’s own skin, free from pretenses, distrust, uncertainties and insecurities. However, there is more to it than that.
Delving deeper into such words could make one understand that beauty is the illumination of one’s soul. It springs from the inside, and it glows from within the very fibers of our being.
Growing and glowing for ten long years, the Blackout Models Management marks the culmination of its first decade. In celebration of such milestone, Blackout Models will be awarding the ambassadors of goodwill who exude with such real beauty, radiating from the inside.
Of course, such great power comes with great responsibility. Yes, that “Peter Parker” principle may have been popularized by the great Stan Lee for Spiderman, but such quote oozes with real life lessons. Much is expected from those gifted with more. With compassion and benevolence at heart, the “Blackout Model of the Year” will be the face of goodwill, bound to spearhead the label in various future charitable undertakings.
The BLACKOUT Model of the Year will be awarded to one model per branch.
For Bacolod City, the contenders for Prime Models are Josie Rose T. Delina, Januchai Irlu T. Claydon, Rizza Mae Torres Jordan, Eriza Jhyle Adorable, Therese Gabrielle B. Sanchez and Nicole Jois Diaz Valendez.
For Teen Models, the contenders are Ma. Nicole Krishna Carreon, Althea Janessa B. Macapaar, Shane Izzy Doromal, Tessha Louise Balasa, Reine Jhudiel Grande Claridad, Jaimie Elizabeth B. Borromeo, Carla Angela Collano, Jessica Quiatchon and Trixia Mae Rafols.
For Junior Models, the contenders are Khyxia Faith Batiloy, Zean Faelnar, Richie Jonathan M. Bauer, Samuel B. Adeva, Charles Densil B. Maraasin, Khristyna Therese H. Demavibas, Sophie Emerald B. Caminong, Martina Bianca Banhao, Alen Sharina Alvarez and Christa Mel A. Quijano.
Aside from the Bacolod winner, there will also be winners from Dumaguete City, Kabankalan City, LaCarlota City, Cadiz City, Sagay City San Carlos City, Cebu City, Roxas City, Antique, Kalibo and Iloilo City.
It’s going to be beauty with a cause for The Blackout Model of the Year. Consequently, winners will have to choose an advocacy to support. Such advocacy will have to be reflective of one’s soul. Furthermore, each awardee will then represent their place and compete with other winners from other branches. Accolades will be announced on March 2020.
Truly, beauty is way above aesthetics. Real beauty is the reflection of the soul that magnifies the goodness of God. Indeed, it is glowing from the inside towards the surface. Hence, to once again quote Esteé Lauder,“Glow is the essence of beauty.”