I often think that good and bad looks, beauty in general, is such a relative concept.
Some cultures seem to appreciate rounder people. In some other cultures, women want to starve themselves to look like models.
Other ones, propose impossible and frankly quite ridicoulous body shapes, like tiny legs and hips and huge breasts.
And, besides weight and body shapes, different cultures and historical periods have appreciated different facial features.
But what would our eyes actually perceive as "nice to look at", if not influenced by cultural heritage?
Is there such a thing as objective beauty?
There must be, in a way, as otherwise we would not all appreciate a beautiful city as Rome, or a breathtaking landscape as the Grand Canyon. But what about when it comes to people? I don't really think there is.
But again, I am curious to see what others think about this.