Face of Beauty International -Tonga: Vote for Diamond Langi

A campaign has been launched on social media inviting people to vote and support  Miss Diamond Langi’s quest to win the  Face of Beauty International 2013 World Final.

Diamond Langi comes from Vaini, Tongatapu and is a Sydney based Model. Modelling experience of 7 years in, Editorial, Commercial, Beauty, and Runway. She joined last year’s Tonga Miss Heilala Beauty Pageant.

People can vote online via http://www.faceofbeautyinternational.com/vote-online/

“Face of Beauty International 2013 World Final will be held in Bangkok and Pattaya City, Thailand, 3 to 13 November 2013. Grand Final will be held at Pattaya Colosseum Show on the 12 November 2013.

“This year Miss Teen Face of Beauty International extended its age and has now branched to become Face of Beauty International. With its second year running over 40 young women will join together at Face of Beauty International 2013.

“Face of Beauty International aims to empower our contestants to find beauty and to become that beauty by gaining greater confidence in themselves through sharing their knowledge, experience, and developed skills with many young women who struggle to find their beauty and potential within themselves around the world. We believe that such positive encouragement and support from our peers and family is needed in our society.

“We will find out what beauty means to our Face of Beauty contestants through their journey in Thailand, and particularly in the I AM ME Workshop. With no height or weight restrictions to Face of Beauty International competition, we believe all young women are perfect and beautifully unique in their own way.

Our contestants and winners will continue to be Faces of Beauty worldwide and encourage young women to find their own beauty/confidence to help them strive for the best in their lives. Heads up beauty is around us, we just need to open our eyes to see it”.

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