Beauty Standards in the 1950s and Today: A Look at Miss Universe Winners

Over the years, beauty standards have changed a lot. Let’s take a look at some of the Miss Universe winners from the 50s to today.

Armi Kurrsela from Finland won Miss Universe when she was just 16. Now she’s 87, happily married, and has five kids. Later in life, she became a goodwill ambassador.

At this time, she is 87 and is fortunately married being the mom of 5 lovely children. Later in life, she grew to become a goodwill ambassador.

Here’s Luz Marina Suluaga, Miss Universe in 1958.

In 1959, Akiko Kojima from Japan won the title and became the first Asian to do so.

Corinna Tsopei won in 1964 and is still active in organizing campaigns for kids with leukemia.

Let’s not forget the first black woman to win this title! She worked hard to raise awareness about the rights of black people and peace.

Cecilia Bolocco from Chile won in the 80s and 90s.

Brooke Lee from the United States took home the crown in 1997, leaving her mark in pageant history.

In 1999, Mpule Kwelagobe from Botswana became the winner.

Paula Vega won in 2014, captivating the world with her heavenly beauty.

Pia Wurtzback from the Philippines claimed victory in 2015.

In 2019, Zozibini Tunzi from South Africa held the Miss Universe title, making her country proud.

Andrea Meza from Mexico became the well-deserved winner of the competition.

Today, the title belongs to Harnaaz Sandhu from India.

What’s your opinion on these Miss Universe winners?

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