Miss Universe Singapore finalists get pampered at Beaute Hub
Miss Universe Singapore 2016 finalists get pampered at Beaute Hub
Miss Universe Singapore (MUS) 2016 finalist Cheryl Chou had never gone for a beauty treatment before this.
But after experiencing her first session at Beaute Hub, she plans to return for more.
On Thursday, some of the top 15 MUS finalists were at the local spa and skincare chain's swanky Cuppage Plaza branch.
S. Sreeveena, Joeypink Lai, Shona Woo, Nutan Rai and Luisa Gan were treated to a 10-minute trial of LPG ENDERMOLIFT™ (LPG) while Cheryl, Patricia Eng, Nikki Tay, Poojaa Gill and Sonya Bransonreceived a 10-minute trial of the Channelled Optimal RF Energy (CORE) treatment.
Patricia having the CORE treatment done on her tummy.
Cheryl, 20, a student at Lasalle College of the Arts, told The New Paper: "It was such a great experience, it felt like a massage. I am so excited to try the extended version of the treatment."
Beaute Hub is the official wellness partner of MUS 2016 and each of the 15 finalists will receive a one-and-a-half-hour session of CORE and LPG treatments before the Oct 16 finals.
Both CORE and LPG treatments on the face and body help with skin tightening, face-lifting, body contouring and circumferential reduction, and use a machine to pinch the flesh.
The MUS 2016 winner will receive a customised treatment worth more than $20,000 to prepare her for the international pageant.
FOR CONTOURING: Cheryl having the CORE treatment done on her neck.
Cheryl, who had the CORE treatment done on her neck and tummy, is a firm believer that exercise is the main way to lose weight. But she had nothing but praise for Beaute Hub.
She said: "The ambience of the beauty salon made me feel comfortable and the treatment was effective. My lower belly feels firmer now... I usually find it hard to lose the fat there."
Cheryl is even planning to take her mother to Beaute Hub for treatments.
Likewise, Patricia, a 27-year-old self-employed jewellery designer, was pleasantly surprised.
FOR ANTI-AGEING: Shona trying the LPG ENDERMOLIFT™ treatment.
She said: "I was expecting the sensation to be like a mild electrical shock... However, the warmth and temperature of the machine did not make me feel uncomfortable."
Shona, 26, a coding instructor, also enjoyed her session as it smoothed out the wrinkles on her neck.
She said: "I can see a little bit of difference (after the short time), which is pretty amazing. I'm looking forward to more of such treatments at Beaute Hub."
Beaute Hub's CEO Albert Lam, 48, told TNP: "I want to help the girls to be 'confidently beautiful', which is Miss Universe's (official) tagline, and to prepare them well to compete.
"(But) they should always remember that it's not just the physical appearance that matters, but the aura you exude that leaves a lasting impression."
Look out for the top 15 finalists' individual photo spreads from Monday in The New Paper.
Miss Universe Singapore
The 15 finalists of Miss Universe Singapore 2016 will vie for the coveted crown at the grand final on Oct 16.
Co-organised by The New Paper and Miss Universe Singapore Organisation, this year's pageant is presented by the Singapore Turf Club.
It is supported by official imaging partner Canon Singapore, official car partner BMW, official wellness partner Beaute Hub, official venue partner The Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, official resort partner Bintan Lagoon Resort, official make-up partner Cosmoprof Academy and other sponsors like BodyBurn Fitness, Indiba Technologies, Orchard Scotts Dental and Amber Lounge.