The most attractive thing about you should have less to do with your face or body and more to do with your heart and how you treat people.
I am pretty sure we all can agree with the above quote.
But in all truth, how many of us actually apply those words to our dating life?
There's a greater portion of humans than are willing to admit, that will completely turn someone down based on an appearance given to them by genetics.
None of us got to decide our race or facial features. Whether we like the way we look or not, we just have to live with it (unless we were born into fame and fortune and can alter our appearance like countless celebrities).
Some of us are fortunate to have been born with great looks. It makes life easier in certain aspects; it definitely can work in ones advantage.
Along with one's naturally good looks, they have the choice of whether they want to add to their appeal by taking great care of our bodies or not paying attention to it (by lack of exercise and eating unhealthy foods).
When a person neglects their body, no matter how "attractive" they are facially, it is a deal breaker for those who feel a great body is a must have.
Neglecting your body can lead to obvious weight gain along with other health issues.
Some people would rather their person of interest have a great body, and a face that's not very attractive versus someone who has a attractive face and a unappealing body.
Unattractive (Not good looking) Face, Appealing body
Attractive (Average face), Unappealing body
I know beauty is in the eye of the beholder and some people would generally think none of the above photos are that bad. However, it is apparent that the first two people have far better bodies than their face. In other words, I would give a different rating for their faces than I would their bodies. The last two, aren't bad looking people facially, however their body weight would be a deal breaker for some people.
Which holds more importance to you when it comes to dating, the face or body?
Lets pretend you couldn't choose both and it had to be one or the other.