The 4th Edition of Miss Haiti 2016. On Wednesday, May 11, 2016, at the Hotel Royal Oasis, the Miss Haiti Committee launched the 4th edition of Miss Haiti 2016 and announced their guidelines for registration. The registrations for the Miss Haiti 2016 competition will remain open from May 11 to July 2, 2016 in four Haitian cities (four regions): Port-au-Prince, Cap Haitien, Les Cayes and Jacmel and on the internet (misshaitiorg.com) for young Haitians living abroad. The applicants must be aged between 18 to 26 years, unmarried, without children. Every applicant must have a valid passport, completed their Baccalauréat 2, a certificate of good conduct and a parental consent if the aspiring candidate is a minor at the time of registration. Registration fees 2,500 gourdes (2,000 Gourdes for students). In the first round, 20 candidates will be short listed. Following a shooting test, 15 of them will have the opportunity for grooming and pre-qualifier broadcasts; 10 finalists will be selected for the final. There will be two finals to decide winners from three categories: Miss World Haiti (13 August), the second to choose the Miss Haiti Universe and Miss Haiti International (August 27).
Here is a picture of the 2014 Miss Haiti contest where Carolyn Desert stand out to become Miss Haiti 2014.
Carolyn Desert won Miss Haiti Contest with largest Haitian community Support
For all the years that the national Miss Haiti Contest has been going on, no one has every ignited the interest of the diaspora more than recent winner Miss Carolyn Desert. The restaurant owner who went into the beauty pageant with the aim of changing people's perception of beauty, started her campaign in a big way, racking up the most support for any contestant in the history of the pageant from not just Haitians at home, but those abroad as well.
Here is a picture of the beautiful Carolyn Désert, Miss Haïti 2014, at Reina Hispanoamericana. She has a natural beauty and is wearing a typical Haitian dress.
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On the 1st of November, The 24th edition of Reina Hispanoamericana was held in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, and in attendance was the reigning Miss Haiti 2014, Carolyn Désert. Fresh from her win of the crowd mere months ago, Désert took her natural look to the pageant where first place was awarded to Bolivia's own Romina Rocamonje. In this placing, Désert was 3rd runner up. The fresh-faced, bald-headed beauty is set next for the 2014 Miss World competition in London on December 14.
The new Miss Haiti 2014 is the Haitian businesswoman, Carolyn Desert who is 25 years old. She was crowned last Saturday in a major ceremony attended by many and watched from all over the world.
Carolyn Desert greets the public after becoming Miss Haiti at the Karibe hotel in Petion-Ville, Haiti. She does have a busy schedule in front of her. As the new Miss Haiti, Carolyn Desert will participate in the upcoming Miss World competition in London in December 2014. In addition, she will work closely with Haiti tourism ministry to promote tourism and the national culture
This is fantastic. Carolyn Desert was crowned Miss Haïti 2014. She has been receiving a lot of positive feedbacks since. Many people think that she has many advantages over her opponents. Beside her natural beauty that many people will not ague against, , Carolyn Desert is super smart.
At mid point, the 5 finalists were: 1. Carolyn Desert, 2. Chistie Désir, 3. Jennifer Verdieu, 4. Nastassia Raymond and 5. Rose Cathelyne Paul. However, at the end, she was crowned Miss Haïti 2014.
This contest was declared a success and it gained the support of many. Mme Stephanie Balmir Villedrouin, Ministre du Tourisme, took the occasion to congratulate Ms. Carolyn Desert, she also announced that casting for Miss Haiti 2015 will begin on October 1st, 2014
This is a picture of Miss Haiti 2012 Christela Jacques.
She replaced Miss Haiti Universe 201, Anedie Azael who stepped down.
The ne Miss Haiti Univers Christela Jacques has been very involved in the reconstruction of Haiti after the 2010 earthquake that killed over 300000 people in Haiti.
She wants to finish with school and become a fashion designer and a singer
We have a winner. The 2011 Miss Haiti was given to the charming Anedie Azael. The ceremony took place at the Karibe Convention Center in Port-au-Prince in Haiti. The next challenge for Anedie Azael is to represent Haiti in the 2011 Miss Universe. This particular competition is to take place in Brazil in September 2011. We are here to support our new Miss Haiti, Anedie Azael, and we expect for her to go all the way