What Is the Criteria in Judging a Beauty Contest?


A Beauty contest is a competition mainly judged on the physical Beauty of its contestants, although such contests often incorporate personality, talent, and answers to judges' questions as judged criteria. The phrase almost invariably refers only to contests for women; similar events for men are called by Other names and are more likely to be body building contests. Winners of Beauty contests are often called Beauty queens.
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The criteria of judging a beauty contest is based on three areas, that is, personality, natural facial beauty and attire. To correctly judge a beauty contest, you need to maintain thorough paper records in case a challenge is stuck. A beauty contest refers only to contests for women; similar events for men are called by other names and are in most cases 'body building' contests.
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