Added to the attractive women section.
A fine addition to the attractive women section. Not a personal preference of mine, but she's certainly better looking than allegedly attractive women like Megan Fox or (ugh) Angelina Jolie.
What about Gillian Anderson? A pretty face, but a very meh body.
Why no Alison Brie? She blows every single women in your attractive women section out of the water.
Very beautiful. Her hair is also fantastic.
I wouldn't go quite so far as to say that Alison Brie eclipses the others (Anita C., Lisa Welch, Maria A., Rita, Jenni, Luciana, Anna S., and Maria McBane are amazing!) but I do think that Alison Brie is also very beautiful: http://joehumphrey.com/journal/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/Alison-Brie-alison-brie-11892837-560-832.jpg
she has a awful face!! witch's nose, jaw pronounced and too toothy ..
I could understand that he was elected because of his body, but I can not appreciate because you have not shown any pictures or lingerie posing in bikini
Ahna Brewster O’Reilly should not have been placed on a list of attractive women. I consider their appeal even below the average rating of attractiveness.
I will be assumed that you have not used this woman due to her ideal feminine body. She has no remarkable secondary sexual characteristics. She has not large breast or a low WHR. I do not have appropriate photos where she shows her nudity; anyhow I doubt that it could be used as a glamour model. I respect some extent the degree of subjectivity implicit in the aesthetic perception of each individual. I never put on a list of beautiful women these women:
Katie from ATK galleria
Nastassja from Domai
Cynthia from Simonscans
Erika from FTV girls
Viktoria from Abby Winters
And of course Ahna Brewster O’Reilly
Anyway universal beauty canons for European faces have been collected in books and interspersed in a very large number of international publications. You never discuss the images of your list that you have selected as attractive women. You should explain the reasons according to meticulous geometrical criteria. You should point out the objective aspects of such selected women although it has also their evident limits. Obviously some of the exposed women have a low rate of facial beauty, and I guess you have select them because of their sexy female bodies. The ratios of several women represented here disagree with those of the Beauty canons resulting from long and expensive anthropometrical investigations, yet you do not write any argument about women elected. You have not made a morphometric study of your women for the purpose of developing a more scientific and aesthetic guide that helps facial evaluation. Your pictures have not been - through visual methods - conceptually criticized.
Could you please analyze anthropometric guidelines of Ahna O’Reilly ?
Mainly Sn: subnasale Al: alaree Gn: gnathion and Go: gonion
Her face doesn't show any neotenic feature according the "babyfaceness hypothesis". The ideal feminine face must show characteristic features of babyfaces, but at the same time it also includes mature female features like high, prominent cheek bones and concave cheeks which are accentuated evenly by using make-up. Cunningham claims that the presence of both characteristic features makes faces very attractive.
I am plastic surgeon and I can say that initial assessments, planning errors, misinterpretations, imbalances, asymmetries, unnatural results, and under- or overcorrecting are all well-known problems for who our work. We have long had the tools and techniques to provide patients with an attractive nose, chin and neckline. But a large part of the difficulty has remained in the inability to analytically measure, define, plan and create beautiful features represented by brows, eyes, cheeks, and lips. Combining artistic perception with simple, scientific, and uniformly reproducible measurements would be of tremendous importance in this area—the marriage of art and science.
It is through these interpretations and surgically artistic endeavours of adjusting contours and proportions that we are able to create a softer, subtle, symmetric and youthful appearance. There are no tricks to achieving the aforementioned. Attention to detail, an understanding of anatomy, a working definition of beauty, and the ability to manipulate one’s flaws into one’s advantages allow for this creation in progress.
Research on facial attractiveness has pointed out that the presence of childlike facial features increases attractiveness. I can’t see in Anha O’Reilly anything of it:
You can compare the difference with women below:
You should see the disproportion between her subnasale or subnasion (Sn) and alaree (Al)? The nose is beaked-shaped. Her prominent nasal spine give an overly obtuse presentation and her straight lines are not as pleasing to the eye as gracefully curved and flowing lines:
The Beautiful Nose:
(a) A beautiful nose represents one of the most prominent features of the face that ranges in shape, size, and angle. A beautiful nose must reflect overall harmony and proportion in relation to the other features and the face as a whole. An attractive nasal contour is represented by a slightly sloped dorsum which blends into a moderate nasal frontal angle located at the supra-pupillary line or radix. . The dorsum should flow, but not dip. The bridge is moderately narrow, as in the tip, with subtle definition and should be on a parallel axis with the ear. This should contribute to minimal, but definite, columellar show. The tip should be the most prominent point on the nasal dorsum. It should have a definite highlighted nasal projection or two tip defining points. The degree of tilt should be such that one can only slightly see the open nostrils on frontal view, and the profile has a slightly pleasant uplifted angle. The alar should be within a vertical line drawn down from the medial canthi, lie in a vertical-oblique position, and be moderate in size and ratio.
The beautiful nose represents the central 1/3 of the distance from the trichion at the mid-sagital point to the gnathion.
The most attractive nasal height from the nasion to the columella is about 48-50 mm. The female dorsum should lie no more than 2 mm under a line drawn from the radix to the tip.
The nasal profile will fall between the top and the bottom of the ear.
The ideal length of the nasal bridge is 45mm, the nasal width is 18 mm, and the alar width is 30mm (or equal to the inter-canthal distance) or 70% of the nasal length.
The distance from the columellar base to the tip is 19mm. This contributes to minimal, but definite, columellar show.
The nasofrontal angle measures between 115-130 degrees, and the angle of the nasal bridge from the vertical line to the Frankfurt horizontal ranges from 30-40 degrees.
The distance from the base of the nose to the upper lip should be the same distance as the width of the combined central upper and lower lip, or the distance from the lower lid lashes to the upper lid supratarsal crease. This “labial ledge” is unattractive or aged if longer.
The nasofacial angle ideally should be 36 degrees with a range of 30-40 degrees.
The nose should be tilted up slightly with an open nasolabial angle of 95-110 degrees.
The nasal projection should be 50-60% beyond the vertical drawn from the nasal base to the upper lip vertical projection.50
As describe by Goode51, the distance of the horizontal line from the alar groove to the nasal tip should be 0.55-0.60 times the nasal length.
Her eyes does not project and invite energetic expression and intense interest either subtle, innocent, yet flirtatious nature is not portrayed. Her eyes are not large and they don’t have almond shaped.
Beautiful eyes are thought to be large and somewhat almond shaped.43-45 The lower eyelid should be shaped like a tapered scroll, much like the subtle edge of an English rosebud. The lower lid positioning should be at the level of the iris or slightly below. It should have a slight concavity, but blend smoothly with the cheekbone. The lid margin curves are slightly asymmetric, with slight medial elevation on the upper lid and light depression on the lower lid. The eyelashes, arched and somewhat “full”, should be longer and thicker on the upper lid and begin more medially than on the lower lid. A white sclera, with a distinctive color to the iris, is most attractive; hence the popularity of colored contact lenses. The vertical height of the lower to the upper lid at the medial limbus creates an individual pattern which may change with age acquired ptosis. On the horizontal, this width should be at least one-third of the medial-lateral canthal width. The beautiful eyes have a subtle, but distinctive upper lid crease. There should be a distinctive “Faberge egg” dividing the lateral half of the upper eyelid from the lateral half of the eyebrow. The sub-brow “egg” should be full and create a distinctive highlight.
(b) Scientifically, beautiful eyes have definite mathematical values.
The average eye width is 30.7 mm. The distance from the medial to the lateral canthus should be equal to one fifth of the facial width. One eye width lies between the medial canthi.
There should be zero to minimal sclera showing below the iris.
The intercanthal distance should equal the width of the eye, ranging from 25.5 to 37.5 mm. Minor asymmetry is normal. The sclera should be white and highlighted.
The distance between the upper lid margin and the lowest part of the eyebrow is a minimum of 12-15 mm.
The primary lid fold is 7-12 mm above the lid margin.
The upper lid should cover the iris approximately 0.5-1 mm.
On the horizontal, the upper lid margin should cross the iris at or above the pupil, 9-12 mm above the lower lid margin.
On the profile, the upper lateral lid soft tissue is situated 30 degrees more anteriorly than the lower lid. This represents the full superior orbital rim area.
The distance from the lower lid lashes to the cheek apex should be 27 mm or less. There should be a relatively smooth transition between the lid and cheek without significant concavity or convexity.
The entire eyebrow, eye, and eyelid should have at least a 5-7 degrees lateral positive tilt.
The lateral canthus should be at least 5 to 10 degrees higher than the medial canthus. The lateral half of the lower lid should have an additional upward projection of 5-10 degrees towards the lateral canthus. The medial canthus is one of the few landmarks that does not change position with age.
In future comments I will deal with the ugly and masculine jaw and chin of Anha!
When i see the stupid comments people leave on this site sometimes i think people are just looking at pictures,and not reading.This women is good looking and i can see why she is feminine,but in a very plan way.Erik most people are right about one thing,you like very plan women.
Eric, what do you think about Cheryl Cole? Why isn't she in the attractive women section?
she´s very ugly, she looks like Glenn Quagmire: