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Most beautiful girls selected in Kyzylorda and Karaganda

Winners of Miss Karaganda beauty pageant. ©ekaraganda.kz Winners of Miss Karaganda beauty pageant. ©ekaraganda.kz

Over the weekend two regional beauty pageants Miss Karaganda-2014 and Miss Kyzylorda-2014 has been held within the frameworks of nationwide Miss Kazakhstan beauty contest, Tengrinews reports.

The title of Miss Karaganda-2014 and the right to represent Karaganda at Miss Kazakhstan-2014 beauty pageant was awarded to Aisel Faizullina. The 22-year-old beauty is a student of Almaty-based Kazakh University of Economics named after Turar Ryskulov.

Miss Karaganda-2014 Aisel Faizullina. ©Daulen Tyazhin

Aisel admitted that the moment when she was handed the crown was the happiest one in her life despite the hard work and stress that the girl experienced during the contest.

Miss Karaganda-2014 Aisel Faizullina ©Daulen Tyazhin

Besides, it is not her first experience at beauty contests. The Karaganda beauty has been modeling for five years and took part in Silk Way Beauty and New Face Eurasia beauty contests.

First Vice Miss Karaganda-2014 Olga Voloshina will also represent Karaganda at Miss Kazakhstan-2014 that will take place in Almaty on November 28.

19-years-old Altynai Bektibayeva became the winner of Miss Kyzylorda beauty pageant. She studies in the Kazakh Humanities and Law University.

The young beauty said that she was a huge fan of football. “I am a fan of Kazakhstan’s team. I watch Kazakhstan Premier League and have never missed a game in Kyzylorda. I like Bauyrzhan Islamkhan, he became the best player of Kazakhstan,” Altynai Bektibayeva said.

Anar Makhanbetova became First Vice Miss Kyzylorda-2014 and Second Vice Miss Kyzylorda-2014 title was awarded to Zhanel Sandybayeva.

Reporting by Aizhan Tugelbayeva, writing by Assel Satubaldina, editing by Tatyana Kuzmina


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