Rern Sinat may have failed to bring home the Miss Universe crown weeks ago, but the 22-year-old model and radio personality received tremendous support and love from people around the world.
With the thousands of dresses and clothes in markets and boutiques around Phnom Penh, it sometimes becomes a serious dilemma for women to choose the perfect kind of clothing.
Time may be a great healer, but many people would also argue that it is a lousy beautician.
It is history in the unmaking, as Siem Reap-based and internationally-renowned photographer John McDermott – famed for the dreamy beauty of his temple photography – shuts his gallery shops and hangs out a new business shingle.
Cheered on by the audience, a young woman walks onstage in a glittering gown, beaming as she addresses the jury. But this is no ordinary beauty contest – all 10 contestants are disabled.
To represent the Kingdom in the international stage is a tough job. And Miss Cambodia 2017 Rern Nat knows and understands the pressure too well. She will be the second woman to wave the Cambodian flag in the Miss Universe competition in November.
Health Ministry warns the owner of Facebook pages for promoting uncertified products.
Guardian announced the grand opening of its eighth health and beauty store in Phnom Penh, located at Boeung Keng Kang 1 on Pasteur Street.
Businesses and tour operators in Sihanoukville are asked to enhance the city’s beauty.
She isn’t a stranger to fashion modelling. With her stint as one of the contestants of Cambodia’s Next Top Model in 2014, Kheang Kanika definitely has something to offer in the fashion industry.
“The entire country is fascinated by beauty pageants but for the longest time all we can see are beauty queens from other neighbouring countries.