Timeless Beauty 2018: Meet the Top 10

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From 112 ladies from the 2018 editions of the Big5 major beauty pageants, the field was narrowed down to 25. And now, we’re down to the Final 10 of the Missosology Timeless Beauty 2018.
For the first round of judging, select members of the Missosology forum were tasked to pick the best 25 beauty queens. For the second phase, Missosology admins and global correspondents scored each of the Top 25 semifinalists. Their votes, along with the online poll conducted on Missosology’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts determined who moves forward to the final round.
After tabulating the scores, here are the Missosology Timeless Beauty 2018 Top 10 finalists:

Timeless Beauty 2018 Semifinals Scores

Rank
Big5 delegate
Average
1
Universe Vietnam — H’Hen Niê
4.373
2
International Philippines – Maria Ahtisa Manalo
4.355
3
Earth Portugal – Telma Madeira
4.173
4
Universe South Africa — Tamaryn Green
4.164
5
Earth Vietnam – Nguyễn Phương Khánh
4.082
6
World Mexico – Vanessa Ponce
4.027
7
International Poland – Marta Pałucka (IOSWT)
3.909
8
Supranational Venezuela – Nariman Battikha
3.900
9
International Venezuela – Mariem Velazco
3.891
10
World Nepal – Shrinkhala Khatiwada
3.882
11
Universe Canada — Marta Stepien
3.864
12
Universe Puerto Rico — Kiara Ortega
3.827
12
World Chile – Anahi Hormazabal
3.827
14
Supranational Poland – Magdalena Bieńkowska
3.818
15
Supranational Vietnam – Minh Tú
3.718
16
Earth Colombia – Valeria Ayos
3.682
17
Earth Mexico – Melissa Flores
3.664
18
World Uganda – Quiin Abenakyo
3.655
19
International Romania – Bianca Tirsin
3.609
19
International South Africa – Reabetswe Sechoaro
3.609
21
World Thailand – Nicolene Pichapa Limsnukan
3.482
22
Supranational USA – Katrina Jayne Dimaranan
3.473
22
Supranational Brazil – Bárbara Reis
3.473
24
Universe Curacao — Akisha Albert
3.418
25
World France – Maëva Coucke
3.391
*IOSWT: “If Only She Were There” is an honorary title given by Missosology to a Big5 candidate who in our opinion deserves to be in the semifinals of her respective pageant but failed to make it.
The scores from the semifinals will be back to zero and the Top 10 will be subject to a final round of scoring with a different set of judges independent from Missosology.

The semifinals judges

For the second round of judging (semifinals), Missosology admins and correspondents took the task of judging the remaining Top 25. Their votes, along with the public votes, determined the Top 10.
Ric Galvez – Overall coordinator and founder of Missosology.Org. He also regularly writes analyses for Missosology covering the political aspects of beauty pageants.
Drew Francisco – The lead editor of Missosology.Org for Miss Universe and Male Pageants. He covered a number of pageants for Missosology including Miss Earth, Mister International, Manhunt International, Mister Global and Man of the World.
Bong Tan – Missosology.Org’s indefatigable chief photographer and correspondent. He has covered a number of national and international pageants, including Miss Earth since 2009, Miss World 2015 in China, Miss Supranational 2016 and 2017 editions in Poland, Miss International 2018 in Japan, and Miss Universe 2016 (Philippines) and 2018 editions (Thailand).
Shota Ise – One of the correspondents of the Missosology Japan section, who has been covering the Miss International pageant since 2013. He also covered Miss World 2018 in Sanya, China.
Ameer Gamama – He is one of Missosology’s resident correspondents and experts who has covered Misters of Filipinas, Mister International, Man of the World, Manhunt International, Miss Earth, and Miss Intercontinental.
Mario Angelo Bergantinos – He is one of Missosology’s graphic artists and correspondents. He has covered a number of international pageants including Miss Earth, Miss Intercontinental and Face of Beauty International.
Jessie Ambrosio – The administrator of Missosology Nordic Countries section and is in charge in covering all the major pageants in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.
The Online Poll – Fans from around the globe had the chance to vote for their favorite Big5 candidate through Missosology’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts. The votes in each of the three platforms (Likes, Shares and Retweets) were ranked and given a corresponding score (between 3-5). Each platform (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram) is counted as one (1) vote. Missosology.Org