-Nose that isn’t big, doesn’t have to be small but can’t be big
-Hairline is at a decent space between the top of her eyebrows
-Supple lips (don’t have to be super thick lips, that’s too much)
-Can’t have too sharp of a jawline
-Eyebrows have a nice blend of the right amount of hair and symmetry
-Ears match her facial size and aren’t spaced too close or far apart
Obviously that’s just a dream. & I do believe that perfection isn’t possible but that’s just what I personally consider pure perfection
Most Helpful Girl
I honestly think the 'perfect face' is very different from the 'most attractive face' to me. I'd consider myself very average in my looks, I have little to no defining traits about my face. I'm effectively pretty close to what you describe but I would never call myself overly attractive or beautiful. I think for that there needs to be a degree of drama in the face.
Most Helpful Guy
Oddly I can't conceive of a "perfect" face. I have been exposed to a lot of canonical ideas of a face from visual arts and portraiture which might be similar to your description in some cases and perfectly symmetrical, but the actual result tends to look rather generic and bland to me. It's minor deviations and imperfections that tend to make a particular face very memorable and appealing to me.