Most Helpful Girl
I hate being honest about such things. And I mostly believe confidence and self-esteem can make a person so much more attractive. Especially personality once you get to know them.
If I had to rate you physically and completely impartially, I'd say you're not pretty. I don't think you're ugly, but not pretty either. I think when the braces come off, and if you experiment and find out what are the kinds of hairstyles and clothes that are most flattering to you, you could be prettier. I'm not talking about wearing tons of make-up or dressing slutty. I don't wear much make-up, or do my hair, and I'm no fashionista. But I mean going for the simpler things. Like body-shape there are certain styles of clothing that are more attractive. On different skin tones, different color clothes suit them more. I love pink and red, but both look hideous on me for example. On different face shapes, different hair-styles look better. etc. Also, some lip gloss, eye-liner, and mascara can go a long way. I mostly go without anything but chapstick, but once in a while I'll put on mascara or eyeliner if I feel like it. I like earrings. It's really about working with what you've got and learning what works best.
And once again, self-confidence is what I emphasize. At the end of the day, the only person who has to accept you is you. I know it sounds so cliche and not what anyone wants to hear ever, but I really really really think it's true.1