We must not rely on beauty alone to succeed on getting anything easy or free out of life based on our looks although being beautiful does has its advantages, it is not all. Hard work, consistency, ambition and determination really does a beauty good. Consider it as a bonus or a beauty extension to an already made beautiful soul. These ladies may inspire you to do more or start something new, whatever it may be, make sure that only good come out of it.
Desha Rambhajan is a television News Presenter and Journalist. She currently anchors the C News Weekend News and the C Sports. The southerner attended St. Gabriel’s Girls’ RC School and then Naparima Girls’ High School. She received a scholarship to attend the University of Toronto, which prompted her to move to Canada. She graduated with honors from UofT and then went on to complete her post-graduate studies at Ryerson University. She has been living and working in Trinidad since then where every night at around seven in Trinidad & Tobago you can catch Desha Rambhajan on the local CTV news broadcast.
She is certainly beautiful to one's eye but she is a woman at work and one would assume beautiful would suffice in describing this brown beauty but it hardly gets the job done. From newspaper and spreads and fashion editorials to TV screens, her captivating voice and striking features leaves no doubt in our minds that Desha is determined to keep doing what she loves and for that, one can surely applaud her.
Leah Marville is a model, TV host and former Miss Barbados World. In just a few short years, beauty queen and model-turned-businesswoman and journalist Leah Marville has used her brains and beauty to become one of the most recognizable and powerful female faces on Barbados. Marville, perhaps best known off of the island as a host on the Centric network’s show Splash, now owns the Miss Barbados World franchise, a competition she competed in and won in 2009, leading to her being named Miss Caribbean at the Miss World pageant.