Be the next ‘Face’

2015-11-19 06:00
PHOTO: pix by nix The ‘Faces’ for 2015 (back, from left) Aya Msani, Jessica Grove, Micaela Gonzalez, Savannah Shone, and (front) Norita Vella (left) and Tarusha Gounder.

PHOTO: pix by nix The ‘Faces’ for 2015 (back, from left) Aya Msani, Jessica Grove, Micaela Gonzalez, Savannah Shone, and (front) Norita Vella (left) and Tarusha Gounder.

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THE search is on for the next Face of Ultimate Events and boys and girls of all ages are encouraged to enter should they wish to familiarise themselves with the modelling, pageants and events industry.

A total of 15 finalists will be chosen to assist Stacey Upfold, owner of Ultimate Events.

Those interested have until 30 December to enter.

“Winners will be announced on 31 December,” said Upfold.

“All you have to do is like the Face of Ultimate Events 2016 page, inbox a head and shoulders photo and explain why you would like to be one of my faces during 2016.”

Those who have been shortlisted will have their photographs posted on the page and a fee of R200 will apply­.

All winners get a sash and crown as well as a mini-photoshoot by André­ Olivier from Fat Guy Photography.

The top “faces” who assisted with most events and tasks last year are Micaela Gonzalez, Aya Msani and Caelie Norman.

“Those three were true examples and of great assistance,” she said.

The next lot of winners will have their first guest appearance at the Miss Valentines pageant in February 2016.

For more details, contact Ultimate events organiser Stacey Upfold on 074 188 3272 or staceyupfold@

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