Sylvia Šulíková to represent Slovakia at Miss International 2022

12 Aug 2021 | Angelique Reyes

The 26th edition of Miss Slovensko, i.e., Miss Slovensko 2021, aka Miss Slovakia 2021, was held on 8th August 2021 in Bratislava, where Sylvia Šulíková was adjudged as the first vice miss and earned the opportunity to represent Slovakia at Miss International 2022. Sylvia succeeded Miss International Slovakia 2020 Viktória Podmanická for the title. The Miss International organization took to their official social media account to share the news that Sylvia Šulíková will represent Slovakia at Miss International 2022.

Sylvia is 24-years-old and stands 175 cm tall. Hailing from Bratislava, the beauty queen wanted to study chemistry and nutrition after high school. However, she decided to start a business and opened her beauty salon, in which she also deals with the look and makeup of special effects. She is excited about starting her preparations for the competition as she wants to perform her best on-stage to make Slovakia proud.



The beauty queen is fluent in English and, since she has lived in Spain for three years, she also speaks Spanish. Her hobbies include traveling, healthy eating, and yoga, which is part of her lifestyle. She is passionate about beauty pageants and feels that they give women a great opportunity to showcase what they believe in and help them to empower themselves by working on themselves.

Sylvia has also worked as a muse for a couple of fashion designers, and photographers in Slovakia, which has helped her to gain confidence, experience, and knowledge about beauty pageants, which will surely help her during the competition. She is beautiful, understands how the camera works, and is incredibly grateful and happy with the way she performed throughout the competition and won her way to Miss International 2022.

Miss International Slovakia 2020 Viktória Podmanická will be representing Slovakia at the 60th edition of Miss International, i.e., Miss International 2021, in November at Pacifico Yokohama, Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan.