I would kill for striking green eyes. I got stuck with hazel, which works for some...but I feel it looks very average on me.
What do you wish you could change about your appearance, OR what do you love?
Buy those colour contacts, I think quite a lot of people use them.
Although why you don't like your brown eyes is beyond me :D
The list of things I don't like about myself is way too long.
They always look fake though! I'd rather stick with my natural poopy colored eyes..lol.
Aw, well, what's something you love then?!
The funny thing is you have enough strong/striking features. *speaks for self* Your strong well shaped eyebrows set over large wide-set eyes, full lips, hourglass figure and a look of innocence.
Aw thanks :)
I never thought of any of those features to be striking.
I love my green eyes. :-) HATE my weak-ish chin that any extra weight rushes to to form the grosteque and dreaded double chin.
I have the most amazing eyes. They are light blue. They have green flecks in them. If I'm wearing red, they look green. If I'm outside in bright sun with a blue sky, they are brilliant blue. If it's cloudy, they can look grey.
One time, I was in a sports bar. There was a soccer game on one side of me and a surfing contest on the other side. (we're talking TV screens of course)
And this guy kept talking to me. He'd move from side to side. Finally, he said to me "What IS the color of your eyes?" He told me sometimes they are the most brilliant blue I've ever seen and then sometimes they're the most vibrant green I've ever seen", "I know I've been drinking, but this is freaking me out".
It was so cool.
Yet another weapon!
Men, so simple.
I have hazel eyes, too..and like you, I long for green! I've tried some contacts, but they're never green enough. Once, I ended up looking like some kind of alien when the green was almost neon.
I wish I could take away all blotches, freckles and dark spots from my skin. I spent a lot of money doing Fraxel, which definitely made a difference, but did not completely erase these things. Too, I have dark spots and sun spots all over my shoulders and back, and I just hate them. Probably not doable to have Fraxel all over my body.
I wish they made a fade cream for the whole body that came in a big bottle. *Sigh*
And bunions..wish i could ditch mine without surgery because..yikes.
Other than that, I suppose I had a cuter, less flat butt.
I'm basically okay with the rest.
I wouldn't mind a nose job either..
but, I know I'd never get one. I've seen too many botched nose jobs where they look way worse after.
I'll work with what I got!
firstly - i love hazel eyes. i think hazel eyes are awesome. also, my friend that is your doppleganger has hazel eyes...so uh, it continues to be creepy.
secondly - i don't love my nose. coming to terms with it, but i don't think i'll ever really like it. and i wish my chin was a little...more chinny. OH AND MY UNDER EYE CIRCLES. can't believe i forgot that.
My f*ing belly button is really embarrassing.
Dark brown, almost black here. Nothing special lookwise according to the standard for beauty of most. However their capabilities are what delight me.
Original Post by kelrantymus:
*glances at avis...heads for the hills* Belly buttonses freak me out!!!!
So many things I would change....the huge wrinkles on my forehead, the scars from all my surgeries and injuries (I scar badly), my eyes (I wish I had grey eyes), my hair, so limp and flat, the bunions, on both feet (surgery coming in 2013) and currently, my gone toenail. I lost it due to a race and so now I have 9 adorably pedicured toes! And one stumpy one.
I do love my hands. A strange thing to like, maybe. But they are very delicate. I have long fingers but I only wear a size 3 1/2 - 4 ring. With my small bone structure, my hands and wrists always look dainty and elegant.
The avi was cool to me.
This. Plus, your cheekbones look great when you smile. You're very pretty in my book.
As for myself... Let's see:
I like my big eyes, I don't like that my eyebrows' growth is completely wrong - they grow downwards and are quite asymmetric, so I keep them thinner than I want to.
I like my long and curly eyelashes, I don't like that they're not thick enough to be prominent.
I like my small waist and flat stomach, I don't like my thick arms and legs.
I like my small nose, I don't like my strong jawline.
I like that my lips aren't thin, I don't like the fact that I look like a chipmunk when I smile.
I like my pale, creamy and (on most days) very clear skin (except for some scars, which I don't really mind or pay attention to), I don't like that I tan easily.
I like how tall I am, I don't like my hair (it's the most boring color one could imagine and I don't think I should damage it with chemicals, since it's already not in a very good shape - and, speaking of shape, it has NO shape whatsoever, no matter what kind of cut I get).
On most days, I'm fine with my looks for the most part (except for the arms, legs and smile). On bad days, I almost feel like suing my parents for bringing "my hideous self" into this world.
The part of myself that I dislike the most and would LOVE to change is my personality, but that's a different story.
My granddaughter has olive green eyes and dark red hair - beautiful. I have brown eyes and blond hair. I like my brown eyes, but green would be nice. Buy colored contacts.
My daughter has hazel eyes that sometimes present green. She had the prettiest gray eyes when she was born (never did get those vibrant baby blues).
I love her eyes.
About me? I don't know. I used to hate my nose, but now that I'm older (and got it pierced), eh, not so much.
I used to love my feet because no matter what they never gained weight (unlike the rest of my traitorous body), but then this last time they did, so they're kind of on my s***list now too.
I do not like how even when I'm thin it looks like I have a double chin when I pull my face back toward my neck even a little bit.
Mostly I just find myself grateful that my chubby legs still function to take me where I need to go and my chubby (bingo wing - my son's phrase *sigh*) arms are able to squeeze my kids until they argue about it and tell me to go away. I think I found way more things to pick apart about myself when I was younger - and had way less to pick apart, in retrospect.
Although I wouldn't mind trading my chocolate brown eyes for catwalker's freaky two-toned eyes...
I love my brown eyes. I have a lot of body image issues, so I won't go into the body parts that I wish I could change. But I do like my brown eyes.
Though my Lovecraftian visage may haunt others' darkest nightmares, I am content with how I look.
I neither particularly love nor would change any aspect of my appearance. Except for my weight. I am changing that.
i love love love love my hair, eyes, lips, hips, butt. In general I like being an hour glass. I love that I am tall also, I easily top 6' in heels.
I dislike my nose, and i wish my feet were a size smaller or so. Other than that I like my features. Oh, except I wish I had darker eyebrows and lashes, i got stuck with blonde.
I have hazel eyes too. They go from being a nice green to a pea-green poop brown. It literally goes with the seasons. Spring and Summer my eyes are mostly green. Winter and fall, they're mostly this pea-green, brownish color.
I have a "button" nose. While adorable that was as a child, it is hideous on an adult. I hate my nose the most but I'd never change via surgery, I just wish for it to magically change itself. I don't hate anything else about my face.
I won't go into what I hate about my body, I am better off making a list of things I do like.
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