Stepping Up Their STEPS: Team Hi Waist Wins Big at the Finals

Closing with roaring crowds and their thunderous applause, Team Hi Waist, majority from HELP University College wins big at the final stage of the Hiruscar Post Acne “STEP UP” Dance Competition at Berjaya Times Square yesterday.

After months of hard work, practicing and a nerve-wrecking online voting period, Team Hi Waist confessed that all their hard work had paid off. They brought home the grand prize worth RM5,000 in cash. The second prize went to Team ApiBola, majority from SEGi College who took home RM2,000 in cash, followed by Team The Origin, majority from Taylor’s University Lakeside  campus who took the third prize worth RM1,000 in cash. The remaining seven teams of finalists  received consolation prizes worth RM500 each, showing HPA’s appreciation of their efforts. The bonus prize of RM1,000 cash was given to Team The Origin also received the highest number of votes for
their flash mob dance video at the elimination stage.

The final stage dance showcase saw ten teams of finalists from schools, colleges and universities all over the Klang Valley belting out their best moves and choreography against other equally talented young people.

The Hiruscar Post Acne “STEP UP” Dance Competition is aimed at encouraging young people to STEP UP their lives and not be entrenched in a sense of self-pity with regard to their facial blemishes.

Hiruscar Post Acne believes that being bold is beautiful and that dancing is an excellent outlet for young people to express themselves confidently.

In her speech before the finals began, Hiruscar Post Acne Senior Brand Manager, Desryne Heng shared that as she spoke, thousands of young people around the world are fighting fierce battles with self-esteem issues as they go through puberty and adolesence. Part of growing up may include developing acne scars or facial blemishes. She believes that Hiruscar Post Acne is able to help young people overcome their acne scars problem and the competition was an excellent outlet for young people to develop their confidence in themselves.

She ended her speech by congratulating every finalist, even before the competition began. “Today, every one of you is a winner. I’m not being a prophet here – but I say this because we have seen you grow and strive for success – and we think that’s already quite a winning feat. Your outward beauty does not define who you are. STEP UP and be bold, and take control of your lives. Thank you for listening, and
remember that there is a winner in each of you, if you would STEP UP,” said Heng.

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