Sunday, May 30, 2010

Audrey Hepburn's Classic Facial Beauty

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Rarely, there is an actress, who won three awards at once for a same movie, for the same category, and three of these awards are from the prestigious event. Audrey Hepburn was an actress who is able to realize all three issues, through her role as Princess Ann in Roman Holiday in 1953, Audrey Hepburn has won Academy Award for Best Actress, BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role and Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama. That is why She is regarded as one of the most legendary actresses until today.

Aside from being a legendary actress, She's also a humanitarian, that is, She has ethic of kindness, benevolence and sympathy extended universally and impartially to all human beings. And look at the expression on her face, it is beautiful.

Above pictures are scenes in Charade, a movie starring Audrey Hepburn in 1963. This means that when it was Audrey Hepburn was 34 years old (born on 4 May 1929), but her face looked like the face of a 25-year-old woman. Why be like that?, Because the beauty of Audrey Hepburn's face is affected by cute features on the mouth and nearly area, i.e.: the lip shape, chin shape, anterior part of jaws, nasal cartilage and its nostrils.

Such features can not be found on the beauty of the face of today's most famous women (Aishwarya Rai and Angelina Jolie), who tend to be "boring". As is also owned by Grace Kelly, Audrey Hepburn's face is naturally beautiful, with the simple assumption that the British Audrey Hepburn lived in the past (facial surgery and the like, was not yet familiar as it is now).

Umm..., this is just a coincidence or is there a scientific relevance?, just take a look at her face, Audrey Hepburn has a square-shaped face is dominated by the jawbone. Where such shape, is projecting an impression of a Classy, like on the face of Grace Kelly, Emily Deschanel and Anja Kling.

If You want to find the best charm which is owned by Audrey Hepburn in her face, look at the expressions made by Audrey Hepburn, through body language on her eyes. That is a sign of Audrey Hepburn intelligence, especially in playing the art of a role.

-- Dedicated to Barbara D. --

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Image source: Category: Audrey Hepburn on Wikimedia, all are in the Public Domain in some countries.


  1. Thank you so much that you made a Post about it.
    Very good.I agree in all points, maybe one Day an actress gonna have this elegance and gonna be classy, because most Stars are not classy and ladylika at all, like Grace Kelly or Audrey Hepburn.:)

  2. Well first of all, I must correct you on one thing (only one, because you're incredibly good at this)- Audrey was NOT a classical beauty by any means. Classic style very much, but an exotic beauty. Square jaw, thick eyebrowns, "big" nose (or so she thought), big ears, Asian-looking eyes, tall slim figure, etc. That's why she stood out, after all, and continues too!

    but secondly, again, you ARE very good at this sort of beauty analysis! If it's not too much to ask, could I email you a couple photos of myself so you could do one of me? I'm very interested in what you would say and to know more about my own unique beauty. I would appreciate it so much. If not, that's fine, but thanks in advance!

    1. AnonymousMay 21, 2015

      LOL your saying Audrey Hepburn isn't Classical that's worth Laughing at.

  3. @Ruthven

    Audrey does not have Asian-looking eyes! They look very 'white' to me.

  4. You talked about Audrey Hepburn and didn't talk about Marilyn Monroe yet who is considered as the number one worldwide beauty, class, and sex symbol. Please write about Marilyn's beauty.



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