Post # 1
I know there are different definitions and types of beauty, so I’m just wondering about superficial stuff. My Darling Husband thinks that Scarlett Johansson is beautiful, but I honestly don’t think she is at all. I think Charlize Theron is beautiful but he completely disagrees. I find it interesting what is beautiful to different people and how different it can be. Post a picture or give a description of what you think is ideal beauty! I love seeing how diverse it is!
Post # 3
I am not sure I consider one look as beautiful. I find myself looking at many different people and thinking whether they are attractive or not. With that being said though, I probably lean more to comment on a woman who is wholesome looking and innocent as beautiful. Someone with big eyes, a nice smile, rosy cheeks, someone who looks inviting and warm. Think classic actresses like Debbie Reynolds, Doris Day, or recent stars like Rachel Mcadams, Zooey D. I agree that many others are beautiful aswell like Charlize Theron, but just not my preference I.E I consider her a more “sultry” look. I tend not to be a fan of heavy make up, fake tans, bleach blonde hair, etc. But I will say that I have seen women who pull those looks off not only attractively, but also with class. I think our minds pick apart details about everything we see, not just people, and opinions can vary so much about everything.
For example, I think the most beautiful green is in late spring when the fields have just turned and it is a dreary cloudy day. That green stands out the most and is the most pleasant that I experience. Interesting topic though, because beauty is in the eye of the beholder could not be a truer statement!
Post # 4
I would post a photo of my niece but I doubt her parents would appreciate me posting photos of her on the internet. She’s 18 months and the most precious little thing ever, I’ve never seen anything more beautiful!
Post # 5
Awesome answers! I love how thoughtful and insightful they are, even when talking about “superficial” beauty!! Thanks for sharing! 🙂