Firstly, I would like to say I do not mean that they "seem" shy or mysterious and so they are good-looking in that sense.
I'm talking about full-on people who whine, complain, and are upfront about how insecure they are to others about their looks saying how ugly they are and yet, people still label them as very good-looking despite this.
I thought people say that being good-looking was mainly about confidence in your looks and how you carry yourself and clearly these people show to have none.
I think that if people honestly and full-heartily think this way, you can argue that confidence in a sense of being good-looking, can almost be seen as void since no confidence doesn't stop them from being perceived as being good looking.
Probably, one may argue now that confidence shown in a person can enhance their looks but really, it just goes to show that people can be as insecure as the volume of the deep blue sea about their looks (and tell you about it so you know they aren't confident) and still be perceived as an outstandingly good-looking person.
You can also link this to sexual attraction as well, people do the same thing with this as well.
I never agreed the idea that confidence is the key to being attractive or good-looking but this just proves my point that the trait of confidence isn't full proof. So what's going on?
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It doesn't make someone good looking, it makes them more appealing. There's a difference.2