Elizabeth Taylor‘s voluminous eyelashes were caused by a rare genetic mutation which was responsible for her having 2 rows of eyelashes.
In ancient Greece having a second toe that is longer than the big toe was considered a standard of beauty. This condition, today known as Greek Foot, is depicted in many famous statues, such as Michelangelo’s David and the Statue of Liberty.
Dove once ran a “Natural beauty” campaign which centered around “real” looking women. It turned out all of the women in this ad series had been Photoshopped.
Mathematicians have jokingly proposed a standard unit of measurement for beauty: the “millihelen.” Inspired by Helen of Troy, a millihelen is defined as “the amount of beauty required to launch one ship.”
People see their own faces as being more physically attractive than they actually are.
The gel in Advil Liquid Gel capsules can work as a power acne medication if applied directly to the skin.
There are women who are prepared to pay to have their breasts slapped to make said breasts appear fuller and firmer.
In the small Asian nation of Tajikistan, the unibrow is considered a highly attractive feature in women. If you are unfortunately born without a unibrow, you can paint it on daily to become more attractive.