Nothing for me, I'm sorry to say.
If she doesn't have anything appealing to be looks-wise, I won't appreciate any other genuine aspects of her except as a friend. What elevates me from wanting a girl as a friend vs. wanting a girl as a lover is precisely that physical attraction to her looks (body, face, charisma).
Once the physical attraction is there, all those wonderful qualities like intelligence, sense of humor, sweetness, etc. all help to turn her from just being "attractive" to someone I want to keep around always. But without the physical attraction, it'll never get past the first step.
On the positive side, I've never found a girl in good physical shape who I didn't find attractive. I can be attracted to a girl with a bit of butterface provided she has an excellent body ("excellent" for me means low body fat).
It's not too dissimilar for guys though. There are a lot of disgruntled guys who at least think they have an amazing personality (though sometimes this is delusional) even though they're absolutely lacking in looks, social skills, and/or confidence (the types of qualities that attract women). My advice to those guys is focus on improving the parts that women pay attention towards.
Girls have it a bit tougher here since it's mostly looks and charisma. But girls have cosmetics, fashion (including revealing clothing of a kind men usually can't wear with the same effect), fitness, hairstyle, posture (helps a lot more than people give credit), etc.