Describing A Beautiful Woman   2 comments


This entry should be the ultimate guide to describing a beautiful woman. Up to now, I’ve concentrated on nature. Students and teachers or parents need the ability to add a character to stories, however. Look carefully at the Level 1 sentences at the end of the blog. They show how to use each feature of a woman’s physical character in order to create a complete description. I’m only going up to Level 1 at the end as I must keep SOME secrets of the trade to myself! ‘Writing with Stardust’, now on Amazon, has an incredible amount of detail in 5 different levels. It is the ultimate descriptive guide for a student or teacher and there is also a workbook.

 

DESCRIBING FEMALES

                                                   RED HAIR

 

LEVEL 1         LEVEL 2         LEVEL 3         LEVEL 4         LEVEL 5          OTHERS

mercury-red hair magma-red hair ruby-red hair solferino-red hair vermeil-red hair
molten-red hair lava-red hair rouge-red hair Titian-red hair vermilion-red hair

1. Her hair was mercury-red and it tumbled over her shoulders.

2. Her hair was magma-red and it crashed over her shoulders.

 

                                                   BLACK HAIR

midnight-black hair kohl-black hair coral-black hair sable-black hair vulcanite-black hair
 ebony-black hair moon shadow-black hair cobalt-black hair maw-black hair obsidian-black hair

1. Her hair was midnight-black and it flowed over her shoulders.

2. Her hair was kohl-black and it plunged over her shoulders.

 

                                              SWEET LIPS

honey sweet lips strawberry sweet lips sugar sweet lips cherry sweet lips nectar sweet lips
syrup sweet lips saccharine sweet lips sugar candy sweet lips melon sweet lips sherbet sweet lips

1. She had honey sweet lips. They were lilac soft.

2. She had saccharine sweet lips. They were blossom soft.

                                               PERSONALITY

a cheerful personality a bubbly personality an elegant personality a demure personality a winning  personality
a joyous personality a bouncy personality a ladylike personality a genteel personality an infectious personality

1. She had a cheerful character.

2. She had a bubbly outlook.

 

                        CLOTHES

grungy vibrant chic voguish cosmopolitan
gothic kidult retro fluoro naff

1. She wore gothic clothes in a rebellious way.

2. She wore kidult clothes in an offbeat way.

 

LEVEL 1: BASIC SENTENCES

1. She had a shapely figure. FIGURE

2. It was imp-thin. BODY

3. She was wasp-waisted. WAIST

4. She had glossy skin. COMPLEXION

5. She had slender eyebrows. EYEBROWS

6. Her eyelashes were velvety. EYELASHES

7. She had sea-nymph ears. EARS

8. She had a dainty nose. NOSE

9. She had shiny, halo-white teeth. TEETH

10. Her fingernails were varnished. FINGERNAILS

11. Her hair was molten-red. RED HAIR

12. Her hair was ebony-black. BLACK HAIR

13. Her hair was sunrise-gold. GOLD HAIR

14. She had coils of leaf-brown hair. BROWN HAIR

15. She had rapture-blue eyes. BLUE EYES

16. She had pouting lips. SHAPE OF LIPS

17. She had syrup-sweet lips. SWEET LIPS

18. She had a joyous personality. PERSONALITY

19. She had a soothing voice. SWEET VOICE

20. She wore grungy clothes. CLOTHES

 

                    

For much more of the above in 5 different levels, please check out my book Writing with Stardust.

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2 responses to “Describing A Beautiful Woman

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  1. An exciting, touchy description that leaves any sane male into an accommodating world of perpetual fantasy! I have actually seen these beautiful one in my mind as vividly as if it were real!Good piece!

  2. Thanks for the comment, Kennedy. I’m glad you enjoyed it and I wish you well. Cheers for now. Liam.

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