If your legacy could be immortalized, would you do it? Well, for pageant queen Pia Wurtzbach, she is taking the first step by having a wax figure at Madame Tussauds Hong Kong. We already have some details like she has been measured and the figure will be wearing the blue Michael Cinco gown Pia wore when passing on the crown.
That’s all the information we have so far so we thought we’d move the process along by suggesting some poses for Pia’s figure. With being in pageants, she knows her angles and her body so there are a lot to choose from. We have some suggestions below, some you can even practice yourself because why not?
Wax figures always seem to be smiling but for Pia, they can go the more dramatic route with this pose. They can have her looking into the distance as if admiring everything she has accomplished, including being immortalized as a wax figure.
Standing up straight is too stiff so why not incorporate this slight lean backwards. They can have the figure pose with one foot in front of the other and its shoulders at an angle. I can already imagine people copying this pose when taking a picture with it.
Pageant queens already have this pose down, especially Pia, of course. But for regular people like me, we could learn a lot from studying the wax figure if it was positioned this way like where exactly to place your hands.
A static pose might be too boring for former Miss Universe, so why not give her some movement. A pose like this could make the wax figure seem even more real. Oh, and we can already see how this works for the blue gown too.
Another simple pose they can go for is this one that will show off the shape of any woman’s body. With the right foot placement, the hips are sure to pop. BRB, practicing this pose in front of the mirror.
Art by Marian Hukom
For the latest in culture, fashion, beauty, and celebrities, subscribe to our weekly newsletter here