Several people have called me that throughout my life and according to them is a good thing but it sounds sketchy and if you google "unconventional beauty", most of the people who show up are ugly (no offense, it's just my opinion). So is that supposed to be a genuine compliment or is it a nice way of saying I'm ugly as fuck?
In all seriousness. Don't know , it can mean either way. Some say Adrien Brody is an "unconventionally attractive" actor. I have to agree but I think he's a looker. Depends on the person I'd say. news.artnet.com/.../CBQ6I1fU0AAv-eQ.jpg
I think it's that you have some kind of unique feature that makes you pretty even though that feature wouldn't always be considered pretty if that makes sense. For example if you have a gap in your teeth - on some people that makes them ugly but on you it looks good and works with your looks. I don't think it means you're ugly but I do think it's a weird thing to say to someone lol
It means you aren't considered "beautiful" in society, but you're attractive in your own way. That isn't a bad thing. I mean, not everyone finds the same person beautiful. Beauty to one pair of eyes is average to another.
I think they mean you're pretty but not in a traditional way. By that I mean, most girls defined as beautiful have perfect blonde hair, gorgeous blue eyes, skin that may not have pores, a perfect tan, big boobs, etc.
i think they mean you don't fit in the "barbie girl" standard of beauty. I mean, that's what comes to mind when you say conventional. You are beautiful, just not according to what was traditionally imposed by society.