sushant , arjun, sanjay none of them dark.
moreover most of them have black hair , that too jetblack.
@SHREYASH007 brown/black is dark hair. Sushant, Arjun and Sanjay fit the “tall, dark and handsome” tag very well. So does Ranbir. Dark denotes anything above light-medium. All these men have some colouring to them and are not pale and pasty so they are absolutely gorgeous tall dark and extremely handsome.
so you are talking in terms of caucasian white and indian white and consider indian fair guy to be dark, then it is alright.
@SHREYASH007 No they are not fair. Sushant was dusky. Arjun is medium-dark with olive undertones and Sanjay medium with yellow and reddish undertones. I am from England and I see people, features and complexion universally. You are probably from India. I live with all sorts of people and pale to me is very different from what “fair” is to you. Have you seen Prince Harry? I have seen people paler than him. Being pale means you lack pigment almost completely. Sushant has a lot of pigment. All Bollywood and Indian TV stars HAVE pigment to their skin. It’s not nice to be colourless. Yes there are people way darker than them but they fit the bill for “tall dark and handsome” because A) they are tall, B) they have colour to them - they are medium colour or lean towards dark, and C) they are extremely handsome with sharp features.
@SHREYASH007 dark doesn’t always mean you have to be completely black. In this context it fits them. Just search tall dark and handsome in Google and see what comes up.
tanned is good word then , are you britsh women or indian , I mean how you know all these actors?
@SHREYASH007 Indian is a nationality. I am British of Indian descent (Bengali). I am a British national so I am British. British is not an ethnicity so original English, Welsh and Scotts are White English or White Scottish etc. That would be the correct way of putting it. Yes they are tanned but here sometimes when someone is tan they call them dark. My complexion is almost identical to Aishwarya - it’s probably exactly the same and even I have been called dark when I have gone to makeup counters to match my makeup by very pale White women. I have colour in my skin - they don’t. So to them anyone with some colour is dark. Some White women are dark and do have pigment - I have seen Irish women darker than me.
The dark part refers to their Dark hair color. Not their skin color. I watched a old Hollywood movie. From the 40’s. One of the women. Was gushing over a man. She called him Tall, Dark, & Handsome. Her girlfriend said “Tall, Dark, & Handsome”? She said yes, his hair has to be dark. Every time I have seen a woman. Say this about a man. This is what they usually mean. I have never seen Robert Redford. Or any man with Blonde hair. Referred to as Tall, Dark, & Handsome.
I will consider you to be Indian then I know all those terminologies.
@SHREYASH007 I don’t know what you’re meaning. Dark is different for everyone and if people can call me dark in the West then those men are most certainly not fair. I mean in India I may be fair but not in the West where there are women with no pigment whatsoever. Aishwarya would get called dark over here too - at most they’ll say “you’re light for an Indian.” And yes I like dark hair, dark eyes etc. I don’t like pale and pasty complexions like Prince Harry which is why I mentioned the complexion. A man should be dusky in fact.
It’s not common - you’re just ugly. It’s about features and body. You’re fat with a beer belly and a below average face so of course your tiny brown eyes and black hair looks hideous yet on men like Arjun Rampal man he looks like a GOD. 🥰
Interesting though, the photo you chose to post is of a girl with unrealistic red hair. That there is a box-achieved, vibrant burgundy-red. The most natural of almost all real redheads verges on an orange colour. For the rally of men out there who like "natural" looking women, these shades of red are obviously not it. Would you also find attractiveness in the copper-shades of reds that are natural?This article explains what natural redheads really look like, and shows a photo of a natural redhead.www.quora.com/How-can-you-differentiate-if-a-woman-is-a-natural-redhead
@Ozanne I don't care if they're natural gingers or dyed dark red, and never claimed I did.
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Hazel falls under brown. People don’t really specify and hazel looks like brown anyway. If you look closely you see some golden and green specks. All brown irises are absolutely gorgeous and warm. Dark green and dark grey eyes are also lovely.
@Sarahr123 That's interesting; I hadn't heard of that. I would have never categorized my own hazel eyes as brown - ever. Mine are dark green with yellow grazing. But for the sake of the topic, both hazel and green are considered unique from brown. ;)
Yes green and hazel are quite unique because brown and blue are the most common colours. I find blue eyes to be cold but I always gravitate towards brown eyes. I personally love green and hazel eyes but I prefer the green eyes to be a deeper hue. I love amber eyes - like an orangey fire like brown. Me and my fiancé both have amber brown eyes.
deadly combination for me->blonde and blue eyes.
can you answer my recent question?
I mean brown hair sorry