Kaitlin Davis, of Willetton, and Parvan Gill, of Canning Vale, both entered the competition, which is known for being about �beauty with a purpose�.
Parvan is studying health science. The 20-year-old said she entered the competition because she wanted to develop and grow as a person, as well as give back to the community.
�I have found the experience to be rewarding, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that I could never turn down,� Parvan said.
�It has grown me, in terms of my confidence and communication skills.
�We have had so many amazing workshops with so many people who are the best in their industry.�
Twice a week, Parvan volunteers at a local school, helping with cooking classes and sharing her knowledge on healthy eating.
Kaitlin is an operations and development manager. The 21-year-old is also a surf lifesaver and keen hiker.
Kaitlin said regardless of the result, she would look back on the experience with a smile.
�I have loved every second of the experience so far; it is certainly keeping me extremely busy but it is all so much fun,� she said. �I have met incredible people and been exposed to some wonderful opportunities.
�I will take away new friendships and connections, improved self-confidence through skills workshops on hair, make-up, deportment and modelling.�
While taking part in the competition, finalists are raising money for Variety � The Children�s Charity.
The women are organising a boot camp and yoga class, and selling candles to help raise funds for Variety.