||[Jul. 23rd, 2006|06:55 am]
You're all in luck: I just ran across a Norwegian website listing the thirty most beautiful actresses of all time. The author helpfully indicates in which decade each actress was "at her most beautiful." He also cites each actress's "most delicate features" (although in almost every case it's her eyes and/or mouth). |
Most notably, he includes short descriptions of each actress, some of which demand to be quoted:
"She has, however, still not reached her peak - neither professionally nor exteriorly."
"could be as ugly as you'd want, but basically, she had one of the most flawless faces you'll ever see."
"has kept her status as a sexual interest beyond her forties."
"But Weld overcame her problems to become... a luscious beauty."
"was the sweetest girl you'll ever see way into her 30s."
"Unfortunately, for today's youths, Elizabeth Taylor is known mainly for her way-to-good-hearted supporting of Michael Jackson (in his many struggles)."
"...time will show if she'll reach as far up to the stars as her father. She's more beautiful than him, anyway."
"...she was one of few 30-plus-actresses to endure sex symbol-status in the seventies."
"...somewhat bleak-looking today. She was, however, beautiful way into her older days."
"Sharon Stone's face actually resembles more aged beauty queens as Ingrid Bergman. Although mainly a sex symbol, Stone's face is disgusting to noone, and that fact remained into her forties."
And the coup de grâce:
"Her intellegence as both a writer and an actress, somewhat undermined her beauty."