In countries like China, South-Korea and Japan having a pale complexion is valued. The norm came from the past where it was a sign of wealth. The rich ones often were inside and therefor didn't get the tan like the farmers who worked outside in the sun. The V-shape and the double eyelid is also seen as beautiful for many in East-Asia. Hair dyes and outfits that K-pop stars for example wears is also fashionable. Cuteness have also been valued.
Mursi tribe, Ethiopian tribe
In Mursi, a African tribe, piercings and necklaces are seen as beautiful. The lip plates are fashionable there and especially women wears them. Scarification is also a tradition there.
Norwegian beauty standards are quite similar to other Western countries' beauty standards. In Norway being slim, fit and tan is seen as beautiful. Both women and men takes sunbaths in sunbeds. Among women long hair is appreciated. It's also common for women to enchant their looks with makeup. Men however often sports short hair and a bit beard. Stubble is popular.
In India light skinned is also favored like East-Asia. However you don't need to look "white" in order to follow the beauty standard and the East-Asian beauty standard favor even paler skin than Indians. In India colorful clothing are popular. In weddings and other special occasions some women wears nose rings and henna. Men in India wears different facial hairs. Some sports a typically Indian mustache, but other rocks stubble instead.
Wedding clothing. ^
Karo tribe, Ethiopian tribe
In this tribe they paints their bodies and wears flowers to look good. They also wears necklaces made of colorful beads. Some popular hairstyles are dyed braided hair, short hair and shaved.
Mauritania have a beauty standard that is opposite of the Western ones. In Mauritania being big is seen as beautiful. Big symbols wealth and a kind husband who's able to afford enough food, therefor many women wants to be big. Some parents tries to fatten up their daughters in early age preparing them for marriage where they're forcing them to eat as much as possible.
In Iran women wears a hijab and a lot of clothes, so their faces gets more attention than rest of their bodies. Therefor many women focusing on their faces. Makeup and skin care is common to improve the looks. But some do also undergo cosmetic surgeries to fix their faces. Nose jobs are some of the most popular procedures and therefor wearing a bandage at your nose is a status symbol. You can wear them without undergoing surgeries as well. In newer times the dress codes in Iran have become lesser strict and women wears more colorful clothing. So today you don't have to wear only strictly one colored religious clothing. Iranian from both genders do also wear same clothing like Western people after the modernizing of the society.
Please tell me if you wants a part 2 of "Beauty standards around the world" and I would considering making one. Hopes you enjoyed MyTake.