appearance /əˈpɪərəns/ (n) the way that somebody/something looks on the outside; what somebody/something seems to be Example: She had never been greatly concerned about her appearance.
bonny /ˈbɒni/ very pretty; attractive Example:
complexion /kəmˈplɛkʃ(ə)n/ the natural colour and condition of the skin on a person’s face Example:
dark skin /dɑːk skɪn/ is a type of human skin color that are rich in melanin pigments, especially eumelanin Example:
diamond /ˈdaɪmənd/ (n) a clear precious stone of pure carbon , the hardest substance known. Diamonds are used in jewellery and also in industry, especially for cutting glass. Example: The lights shone like diamonds.
face shape /feɪs ʃeɪp/ Example:
fair skin /fɛː skɪn / is a human skin color, which has a base level of eumelanin pigmentation that has adapted to environments of low UV radiation Example:
heart /hɑːt/ (n) the organ in the chest that sends blood around the body, usually on the left in humans Example: She has a kind heart.
light-brown skin /lʌɪt braʊn skɪn / Example:
oblong /ˈɒblɒŋ/ a shape that has four straight sides, two of which are longer than the other two, and four angles of 90° Example:
oval /ˈəʊvl/ (adj) like an egg in shape Example: She has an oval face.
pear /pɛː/ a yellow or green fruit that is narrow at the top and wide at the bottom Example:
rectangle /ˈrɛktaŋɡ(ə)l/ a flat shape with four straight sides, two of which are longer than the other two, and four angles of 90° Example:
round /raʊnd/ (adj) having a shape like a circle or a ball Example: There is a round table in the living room.
slim /slɪm/ (adj) thin, in a way that is attractive Example: How do you keep so slim?