Dental Nurse Wins “World’s First” Makeup-Free Beauty Pageant

Makeup-Free Beauty Pageant

Dental Nurse Wins “World’s First” Makeup-Free Beauty PageantThe no-makeup beauty is gaining more and more popularity nowadays. This year, we got to witness the world’s first-ever makeup-free beauty pageant at Miss London 2023—and it was won by a dental nurse. Let’s take a closer look!

The First Makeup-Free Pageant

This year, the annual Miss London showed almost two dozen women wearing no makeup throughout the competition. They had to impress the judges with their natural beauty and classy outfits on the runway. It was the first time in the history of the Miss England pageant that the models got to compete bare-faced.

The organizers commented that this was revolutionary for Britain and probably the world as the first pageant of this kind. They did the event hoping to empower women and make them more confident in their bodies. They decided to focus on natural beauty as part of promoting a realistic body image.

Introducing the Winner

The woman who won the pageant is called Natasha Beresford. She is 26 and works as a dental nurse in a private dental practice in Chiswick.

Introducing The Winner

Beresford’s career goals are to participate in training for dental radiography and oral health education and to volunteer with Dentaid for their UK outreach dental clinics. Their purpose is to help homeless people, abuse survivors, poor families, cancer patients, and people recovering from addiction.

After taking the crown, Beresford will now need to find time to compete in the Miss England final. It will be held later this year. The runner-ups are Afrose Ameen, 23, from Lewisham, Temi Adeyemi, 26, from Enfield, Middlesex, and 17-year-old Alanta Richards, of Surrey. Lauren Malone, 26, a company founder and CEO, will also have the chance to join the Miss England final after winning a public vote.