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Scarlet Snow Practices Her Miss Universe Walk and Zia Shows Interest in Beauty Biz!These toddlers are the future of beauty!by Lei Dimarucut-Sison .
Scarlet is practicing her Miss Universe Walk
Still on a Miss Universe high, the mom-and-daughter tandem of Dr. Vicki Belo and Scarlet Snow just did a walk-off inspired by 2018 Miss Universe Catriona Gray's famous lava walk and slow-mo spin. A few days ago, the beauty doctor showed her catwalk skills in a video to the tune of "Pretty Woman."
Yesterday, in the video that was first posted on @scarletsnowbelo's Instagram account, Scarlet does the same — complete with shoulders and hips swaying, accompanied by a fierce facial expression — then stops to pose a la beauty pageant contestant. Of course, she also did the spin! The video ends with Scarlet turning and walking the other direction...to play with her toys. Aww.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWCONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
Followers of the 3-year-old social media darling left encouraging messages on Instagram, agreeing that Scarlet has the makings of a future beauty queen. Everyone was delighted...but one. Dad Dr. Hayden Kho's comment reads, "(surprised emojis) What's this???!!! VICTORIA!!! (angry face emoji)" — all in good fun, of course.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Once again, Scarlet made everyone's day with her cute antics!
Zia could be a future hairstylist
Marian and Dingdong Dantes' 3-year-old daughter once again showed her fascination for beauty — hairstyling, in particular — in a video posted by celebrity hairstylist Celeste Tuviera on Instagram two days ago. During downtime at a shoot, Celeste captured Zia holding her toy scissors and a comb. "Look, no more," she said after a few snips on the "customer's" hair. When asked what she was doing, she answered, "cutting hair," to Celeste's amusement.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
It was actually Celeste who did Zia's first-ever haircut last year. In a video posted on the Dantes' Youtube channel in December, Zia knew exactly what she wanted her hair to look like. "I want to have bangs!" she told mom Marian on their way to Celeste's salon. Now she and her mom can do not only twinning outfits, but also twinning hairstyles!
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