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In my country, the U S of A, namely the Southeast, I think the standard image of beauty is probably the same as in many other places; tall, curvy, blonde and blue eyes (though light brown eyes are also really popular), and either fair skin or tanned.

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As for my preferences, I tend to find shorter, dark-haired, brown or grey eyed women to be attractive, though not nearly exclusively. Examples would be some of these lovely ladies.

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But of course, beauty isn’t a set in stone thing; I find a lot of different people attractive, and that list certainly isn’t limited to short brown-haired brown-eyed women. Personality is also important, even moreso than outward appearance.

However, the first thing that came to my mind when I saw this question was someone, who is, in my mind, an all-around beautiful person, both physically and as an artist and human being.

Kesha Rose Sebert. I love her to death, she writes a lot of her own music and a lot of music for other people, has a hand in the actual instrumental parts of some of her stuff, and if you’ve ever seen her bloopers videos on Youtube, she’s got a good sense of humor and doesn’t seem to take herself too seriously, which is a quality I always find admirable; the ability to laugh at yourself when you do stuff like forget the lyrics to your own song in the studio. I’d argue qualities like that are what I find attractive, rather than just physical qualities. True beauty is on the inside.

I’m pretty sure it’s somewhere between your liver and your spleen, but then again, I’m not a biologist. If anyone knows where true beauty is hiding out in there, let me know!”

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