She's beautiful, but I don't understand the nose ring. Perhaps I'm too conventional or conservative. It is difficult for me to fathom what would possess this girl to look in the mirror and think that she'd look better with a nose ring.
It certainly makes her more interesting, but not in a good way.
WOW! this lady is so beautiful. is that a little beauty mark I spy? It looks almost like it could have been drawn or tattooed on. what a cool tattoo that would be! and her eyebrows… so striking. overall, this is one of my favorite portraits that I've seen on the sartorialist in a while.
Aha!! I love her! The eyes are so big, it's almost like itâ€™s not enough space on the face for them. Does it make sense? It does to me :) And I love faces where everything is big and proportional – eyebrows, lips, cheekbones. Good one! And no-makeup look works for her!
I gasped and, for a moment, could not get any air. She is stunning and the gentle softness of both the color and the texture of the sweater are like a visual hug. I am breathing again, thank you very much!
Little do you know, you may be starting an aesthetic revolution. We've been told for quite some time by Hollywood/Madison Avenue/current powers that be, what to call beautiful. You're causing us to take a look at what's beautiful around us rather than blindly accept others' ideas of it. Imagine.
Looks like a modern version of a still from a '50s movie–there's glamour and drama for sure, and the pose suggests some vulnerability, but there's also strength, edginess, and lack of obvious artifice here. Love the nose ring!
classic beautiful face. i don't understand the purpose of a nose ring… it can't be just ornamentation..the double pierced diamond studs in her ears fulfill that.
this photo kind of reminds me of a comment which i once read that jean shrimpton made about her beauty. she said that the only time she could look at her face in a mirror was when the mirror was cracked.