A beauty queen can stand in heels, holding a trophy in each hand, and remain as balanced as a statue. She can put her weight on one elbow and look elegant. She can bend low like bamboo in the wind, or lie on her back and look like an angel in repose. The fact is, beauty queens — real beauty queens — are different from the crowd. And a big part of the difference is in the way they hold themselves, the way they carry themselves. They have a grace, sensuality, a coiled energy that makes them unforgettable. Pageant people used to call it “poise,” a mysterious quality that included just enough confidence, just enough modesty, just enough dignity, and just enough playfulness. Nowadays, people call it star quality. Be elegance personified. Coach yourself at The Tiara.