Perhaps, it’s because I tend to be a forgetful person, but to be honest, I have trouble identifying what everyone commonly views as pretty. For example, men and women everywhere view Scarlett Johansson to be one of the sexiest or prettiest actresses in the acting business, right? There is no doubt that in some pics, she can pull off pretty.
But it seems like to me that what most people consider pretty or sexy, I sometimes consider kind of regular. If you were to show me a picture of Scarlett Johannson that I have never seen before, and ask me who it is, I’d probably be one of those going, “I don’t know. A new model or something? I don’t know.”
Here is the thing. When it comes to people, I tend to be good with names and/or faces. But most likely, I am able to recognize faces and bodies here and there based upon small unique details. It’s because of those small or obvious details that I’ll never forget about them. Sometimes, the one thing that can throw me off is if faces tend to change more than once. And I can honestly say that some of these girls may be pretty, but when I look at them, all I see is another girl compared to the other girl that looks sort of similar. Almost like how some men see some blondes.
I personally like to call this type of thing “textbook pretty.” Textbook pretty to me is when girls seem to be good-looking or sexy by conventional magazine or celebrity standards. Some of them have something unique, some of them come off as plain. But I’d mostly put them in that category if they are close to the conservative type of pretty. The two other girls I can put in my textbook-pretty list are Eva Longoria and Jessica Biel.
Yup, my memory is blank on what Jessica Biel looks like.