Women. Charming beautiful amazing women.
What color of woman’s hair do you like the most? Is it blond or is it black, brunette, chestnut or red? Would you like it to be dark blond or light blond? And what can you tell about women’s eyes? Do you like blue eyes? Or maybe they can be grey or dark – deep brown? How many shapes of the face can you name? Oblong, oval, round, square, rectangular – is it all? Then we come to body shape. But does it really matter?
Hollywood stars and European cinema stars Emma Stone, Natalie Portman and Penelopa Cruz, Monica Bellucci and Jessica Alba, Keira Knightley and Jessica Alba, Charlize Theron, Angelina Jolie what makes them really special?
“Lately I have often thought of what female beauty was. Beauty is not a mannequin, not a soulless woman on a catwalk with a cold straight face, not made in plastic for someone with the perfect features and figure of a Barbie doll. The beauty of a woman is a whole package, in large determined by what emerges from the depths of her consciousness. Thus, in any case, was written in one of those opuses for which I recently paid good money. “Real beauty is that which is created by the combination of facial features, figure and movements, often barely perceptible, poses assumed as a response to the instantaneous effects of brains impulses and all of this under the influence of character traits both innate and acquired. It is superimposed on the capacities of muscle tissue, which determine the character of the movement.” “And sometimes, very rarely, all of this falls in place together to form a one indivisible unique and charming image,” explained one of their authors in a conversation. “Take, for instance, Marilyn Monroe. She was by no means a bright woman. She played herself on the screen. But you have to be something to be so much liked by the public. And this magical ability of attraction emanated not only from her looks, but also from her consciousness, which together created the image of an extraordinarily sexual simpleton. Now take Audrey Hepburn, almost the same age as her. When she walked with her graceful gait, proudly carrying her head, everyone could immediately tell that she was a noble woman. In no way similar to Marilyn. Her witty eyes…”
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