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What Makes a Woman Beautiful

A famous model agent tells how to make the most of your natural attractiveness
Condensed from The American Magazine

BEAUTIFUL person, the dictionary tells us, is one who "is delightful to the senses." But whose senses? Here is one reason why feminine beauty is so hard to define. "Beauty" depends on who is looking at it.
Women take a sharper, more technical view. They like smartness and sleekness. They are impressed by an elaborate coiffure. They take another woman apart in detail, whereas a man likes the over-all impression a girl creates. Men are impressed more by softness, curves and bounce. They like a wind-blown look.
There are two kinds of women that men turn to stare at: One is the spectacle, the vision, the production job. They admire her. But they wouldn't feel comfortable with her munching apples beside a fire. The other kind is the girl who has natural loveliness, is friendly, and looks like the kind of girl who would be fun on a golf course or at home.
Harmony of features is essential to beauty, but it is only the starting point. Girls walk into my office who, by every standard of measurement, should be gorgeous. But I can't get them out fast enough. They walk as if they were riding a horse, their voices are shrill, their minds shallow.
A beautiful girl has an inner glow. Real beauty comes from within. That may sound trite but it's true; otherwise why are most women loveliest on their wedding day?

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