in

Two Filipinas Joined Asia’s Next Top Model Cycle 6!

Filipinas are considered to be one of the most beautiful women in the South East Asia. Our brown skin color, dark black round eyes and small lips are just few of our assets. Most of the time, our body are described as “balingkinitan” or sexy. Others describe as to have a balanced body proportion. Even people from other countries are amazed at how we define beauty.

via: Instagram
via: Instagram

There are many Filipinas who make it to the list of the most popular women in the world because of their beauty. Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach brought glory when she bagged the title from the most prestigious title. Filipino-German model Maureen Wroblewitz also made the Filipino proud when she won Asia’s Next Top Model despite receiving backlash from her competitors.

via: Instagram
via: Instagram

This time, another two Filipinas are dreaming of giving glory to the country as they officially enter Asia’s Next Top Model Cycle 6. Meet Adela-Mae Marshall and Jach Manere!

Adela and Jach are two of the 14 official contestants of the 6th leg of Asia’s Next Top Model. They aim to follow the steps of Maureen who won the title.

via: Instagram
via: Instagram

“Innocent but determined”, this is the description for 20-year-old Adela who was born in United Kingdom. She loves music as she knows how to play a piano and compose a song. She also won the 2nd leg of Philippines’ Next Top Model last 2017.

via: Instagram
via: Instagram

On the other hand, Jach is referred to as “quirky, carefree and perfectionist”. The 21-year old runway and editorial model became instantly famous after many people notice that she has some resemblance with Pia Wurtzbach and GMA actress Kris Bernal.

via: Instagram
via: Instagram

YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED IN: Former famous Kapuso dancer are now proud and happy mothers

The two will be battling against Indonesia (Jesslyn Lim, Iko Bustomi), Malaysia (Rubini Sanbanthan), Thailand (Pim Bubear, Dana Slosar, Lena Saetiao), Singapore (Si Yihan), Vietnam (Rima Nguyen), Japan (Sharnie Fenn), Taiwan (Mia Sabathy), Myanmar (Beauty Tinh), and Hong Kong (Hody Yim).

Source: PEP

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *