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Is there a difference between chiseled and striking features?

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    (Original post by King-Panther)
    If there is, what is it?

    Also, someone posted on another thread that high cheekbones are feminine? I always though that was a masculine trait!
    Bernardo Velasco is the most handsome man ever.And he has both chiseled and striking features













    When God made him he took his time
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    (Original post by 99luft Balons)
    Bernardo Velasco is the most handsome man ever.And he has both chiseled and striking features

    When God made him he took his time
    Ah o.k, indeed he is good looking.

    Still doesn't help me with the definition (difference between chiseled and striking).. See, I think he has high cheekbones but without them looking feminine.
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    (Original post by 99luft Balons)
    When God made him he took his time
    Clearly worth it. :sexface:
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    Striking means beautifully different, it is a face that will make you look twice because it is so unusual. Chiseled features include a strong jawline(usually in men), high cheekbones, structured nose,good symmetry,nice eyes and lips.An example of striking features would be Asa Butterfield or Lily Cole though her cheekbones are quite chiseled. An example of chiseled features would be Natalie Portman, Angelina Jolie, and Daniel Sharman. Most of the time people who are chiseled are also very striking.

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