MyFaceMyBody awards go ‘more global’

MyFaceMyBody founder Stephen Handisides

Currently held annually in Los Angeles, London, China and Sydney, the ‘Oscars of the Aesthetic Industry’ – the MyFaceMyBody Global Aesthetic Awards – are going ‘more global’.

MyFaceMyBody founder Stephen Handisides says the company has opened its doors even further to allow entries from any country across the globe.

“From November this year, the MyFaceMyBody Global Aesthetic Awards will be going digital, opening up these respected industry awards to the rest of the world.

Now in their eighth year, the MyFaceMyBody Awards “honour the achievements of those at the pinnacle of the aesthetic beauty industry” with more than 2500 industry professionals taking part each year.

“We have been overwhelmed with the growth of the MyFaceMyBody awards programs across the UK, Australia, New Zealand, US, Canada, and China,” says Stephen.

“In addition, each year we received hundreds of inquiries from practices to run the MyFaceMyBody awards in their respective countries.

“As a result of these enquires, the awards success and growth we have decided to open the program to the rest of the world.”

He says the new MyFaceMyBody digital awards program will feature more categories for individuals, practices, and brands.

Submissions will be completed digitally and judged by the MyFaceMyBody global judging panel.

Finalists will have the opportunity to win local awards, and potentially be recognised on the global stage and featured in the ‘Ultimate 100 Global Aesthetic Leaders Publication’ that will be distributed to consumers and industry peers across the world.

MyFaceMyBody will also run one global red-carpet event in a different city each year so that winners from each participating country can celebrate in a “night of luxury and recognition”.

 

 

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