The life of one of these six gorgeous girls will change irrevocably in the next 24 hours. On Friday, LG Electronics will announce its new Scarlet Face from among these girls at a red carpet event at a Palm Jumeirah resort. The lucky girl, who will be selected in online voting on the parameters of intelligence, beauty and attitude, will not only walk away with Dh60,000 in prize money but also win a one-year contract with LG. Over 250 contestants took part in the two-month-long face hunt campaign. The number was eventually whittled down to just six.

Lowdown on the LG Scarlet Face hunt finalists

Lilian Emad (Lebanese)

“Life is an adventure and I love adventures,'' says Lebanese beauty Lilian, who has a professional degree in digital film-making and a certificate in wedding planning under her belt. The Piscean loves travelling and considers Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie as her role model. Lilian says that if she wins the contest, she will donate a substantial part of the prize money to a charity in Lebanon.

Chirine Sabaiti (Lebanese)

A double major in graphic design and journalism, Chirine loves the performing arts and has even acted in a play, ‘Lysistrata', which won first prize at the Lebanese Universities Theatre Festival. Chirine has also played a major role in a fundraiser for non profit organisation Tamanna, raising around Dh125,000 for children suffering from cancer. “Dubai is a melting pot of cultures. I just love this place,'' says Chirine.

Andreea Rizan (Romanian)

Andreaa's first and last love is interior designing. “I am fascinated with interiors and want to take it up as a career,'' says the widely travelled ravishing Romanian who currently works as a store sales executive for a premium brand.
Andreea's role model is her mother. “She is tough woman, a fighter,'' says Andreea.

Pantharee (Thai)

Pantharee graduated in journalism and mass communication but the first job she took was as an airlines crew member. “Life is full of surprises, you see,'' says the Capricorn beauty who now works as a business developer. “When I was young, I was just an ordinary girl but I chose to be different in personality and attitude,'' she adds.

Charul Gupta (Indian)

Charul Gupta describers herself as a blend of versatility and simplicity. She works as a senior manager with a multinational company in Dubai and loves travelling. Charul's role model is her younger brother Rohit Chaturvedi, a famous celebrity designer in India.

Victoria Peters (Canadian)

An event manager by profession, Victoria Peters says she took part in the Scarlet Face hunt simply because she has never let an opportunity for adventure and personal growth pass by. “The prize money would come handy for my wedding if I win,'' says Victoria who is due to get married in January.

Your comments

All faces seem to be common in any context, nothing sophisticated or intelligent. It’s not the container but the contents that matters for any product. It’s not the quantity but the quality.
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Anonymous, Mexico
Posted: June 26, 2009, 10:51

I vote for Ms Lilian Emad. She has a nice face.
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Posted: June 25, 2009, 13:23