Originally Posted by Chileandude
This is about rating the woman instead of the clothes-makeup?
Yes, that was the point.
You could also argue about whether women who have undergone cosmetic surgery should be allowed. It might be tricky to know whether you're giving points to the woman or her surgeon, and obviously natural beauty is more impressive than surgically enhanced, but on the other hand, the results of professionally done cosmetic surgery today is often about as permanent as natural looks, so I guess it would make sense to allow it.
Originally Posted by Satori
Not impressed at all. I like a bit of MEAT on my bones.
I don't mind a skinny girl, but her hips should have a softness and roundness to them, not hard and bony like on this woman. It's usually not a dealbreaker for me, and I definitely wouldn't say no to this woman under any circumstance, but I wouldn't go as far as calling anyone with hips like that the most beautiful in America.