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Steal The Look: Valerie Weigmann

Learn how to do your makeup like a newly crowned beauty queen.
Steal The Look: Valerie Weigmann Learn how to do your makeup like a newly crowned beauty queen.

After Megan Young made history last year as the first Filipina to ever bring home the Miss World title, higher expectations have been set as to who will represent the country this year. And as you all know, that lucky lady has already been chosen and Valerie Weigmann bagged the most coveted crown along with many other awards during the coronation night. With her undeniable wits and beauty, she charmed Mall of Asia Arena where she was crowned Miss World Philippines 2014.

From how she walks to how she talks, Valerie is definitely a natural who can knock it out of the park. But we’ve got something else for you that’s fairly easy to cop─ her beauty queen look from the coronation night. Scroll down and find out how you, too, can steal the spotlight.

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Define your brows with a shadow in the same tone as your hair color. Applying in light, feathery strokes, start at the inner corner of your brows going towards the outer corner, then fill in the gaps with a brow pencil.

A smokey perfection is a must. Start with deeper browns on your lids and a lighter metallic bronze to highlight your brow bone, then finish off with a little shimmer on the inner corner of your eyes.

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Connect with your audience and make those pretty doe eyes pop. Glide a black liner on your upper and lower lashline, then apply mascara to bring volume to your lashes.

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Cop a beauty queen's radiant glow onstage and give your face that natural flush with just the right application of blush on the apple of your cheeks. 

Charm the judges with your soft pink lips. Apply a dab of gloss on your pouts after applying color, or you can simply opt for a lipstick that comes in sheen finish.

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Photo by PEP.ph / Allan Sancon