When people talk about beauty pageants, they often think of pictures of them playing the piano, singing and dancing. But in June, Miss Virginia USA's beauty pageant was won by a phdalin in pharmacy at Virginia Commonwealth University. Her talent show project is a direct performance chemistry experiment.

When people talk about beauty contests, they may think of contestants whose talents are playing the piano, singing and dancing. But in June, a contestant stood out in the Miss Virginia beauty pageant. Her interest, she says, is chemical experiments. Talent show project, on the stage to perform the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide, creating a colorful foam fountain.

She is Camille Schrier, a doctoral student in pharmacy at Virginia Commonwealth University, and a Miss Virginia champion.

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"I grew up as a girl who loved science. She said in the performance. She wore goggles, gloves, and a white robe, which broke down the violent reaction of hydrogen peroxide and produced a large amount of colored foam. (Of course, if you want to try this experiment, she also cautions against trying it at home, but you can refer to the recipe for this movie. )

After winning the award, she said she wanted to use the title "Miss Virginia" as a promotional platform to promote drug safety and reject drug abuse programs as a constant advocate for women to pursue STEM (science, technology, engineering, math, and a four-word acronym for science and technology, all in general," according to Insider.

At this stage she is trying to get her doctorate. In September, she will also represent Virginia in the U.S. Miss Pageant. Carmel's alma mater also retweeted a video of her beauty pageant. Her next targets are "Miss America" and "Dr. Pharmacy".

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Beauty and intelligence? I don't have it.

Beauty and intelligence are never the duality of mind and body. Many people tend to mock beauty contests, think that they are "brainless" sister-in-law to participate, or that "smart girls" must not understand dress.

However, as the new beauty queen, Carmel believes that the two are not necessarily opposite. She said that many people think of beauty pageants, all intuitively think that is the piano, singing and so on, which is actually a stereotype.

"As someone who wants to break the line and challenge the stereotype of beauty pageant talent, I'd rather break through the box. And it worked. ("As someone who is breaking the boundaries and breaking stereotypes for what talent looks at Miss Miss America, I wanteded to be a little out of the box, and it really worked out." )

People's talent projects for beauty queens used to have a narrow imagination, and the Buddha must be engaged in "the talent that women are expected to do", such as singing, dancing, playing musical instruments, to be more popular with judges. But Carmichael also let us see that as long as you are happy to show your profession, even if it is "not feminine enough", it can certainly be seen.

Don't be very careful, you're important.

Of course, not everyone can be so beautiful and smart. However, Carmichael also let us see that you can break stereotypes if you want to. (Same Show: White Seints: African-Americans Go From Ban to Crown, No Discrimination?) ) )

In the 2017 Miss Beauty pageant in Peru, several contestants refused to report the trio and instead read out the names of victims of sexual assault. In 2019, the U.S. won three U.S. elections, won by African-American women. The boundaries of beauty, from race, beauty, to intelligence, are constantly changing standards. (Same-on-the-spot screening:"World Journal" Peru beauty pageant refused to report three circles! Miss Beauty: We read out the statistics on abused women out loud! ) )

In the end, whether she gets the beauty pageant crown or not, Carmel still challenges the invisible ceiling in her own way. To be a beauty queen doesn't have to sing. As long as the development of their enthusiasm, you can also become the best in their hearts. (Same show: Women, you can define your own beauty)

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