Sofi
I’m from Russia. The territory of my country is obviously huge and there are many nationalities living here. Every nation has unique idea of beauty and that led to the fact that Russian standards of beauty are really diverse and interesting. I wouldn’t say that there is something particular that could be defined as beautiful here. Everything is acceptable: different shapes, colours, sizes. Probably, if somebody else from Russia would answer this question he/she could list such features as plump lips, big eyes, slim body, but in my personal experience such things are not important if somebody’s face and body look harmonious. Also, I think I could mention that Russians like “special” features and interesting, bright faces. For example, if you have round face, there will be people who will say that you have cute cheeks, if you have blonde hair and brown eyes or you have asian eyes which are green or blue it will be automatically perceived as your charm, highlight.
Jan 30, 2022 11:09 AM
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I’m from Russia. The territory of my country is obviously huge and there are many nationalities living here. Every nation has a unique idea of beauty and that led to the fact that Russian standards of beauty are really diverse and interesting. I wouldn’t say that there is something particular that could be defined as beautiful here. Everything is acceptable: different shapes, colours, sizes. Probably, if somebody else from Russia answered this question, he/she would list such features as plump lips, big eyes, or a slim body, but in my personal experience such things are not important if somebody’s face and body look harmonious. Also, I think I could mention that Russians like “special” features and interesting, bright faces. For example, if you have a round face, there will be people who will say that you have cute cheeks; if you have blonde hair and brown eyes, or you have Asian eyes which are green or blue, it will be automatically perceived as your charm, highlight.
Privet Sofi. Well done. Be careful with the conditional phrase. In place of "he/she", it has become accepted to say "they", even though it is a plural pronoun.
Jan 30, 2022 5:46 PM
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