No, however, people with pale skin and blue eyes can be attractive, but it is not in this fact alone that makes them attractive.
Other factors come into play when you judge attractiveness, so hair, skin and eye colour only play a part. Weight, height, body type, personality, etc. are equally important.
Hence, people with blonde hair and blow eyes can be attractive, but on this alone it does not make a person who has it attractive. I would have thought this was blatantly obvious.
Some individuals may find these specific characteristic attractive
, yet this does not make people who do not have those characteristics not attractive
(excluding the eyes of said individuals that may not find individuals that do not have this characteristic attractive
). However, I reiterate it does not make them unattractive.
An extra point is I personally can appreciate or recognise someone else's beauty or attractiveness regardless of race or biological characteristic, without me being particular attractive to said individuals. So those who say just because they do not find someone attractive means they are unattractive, does not make this universally true.
A lot of ramble, but I hope people understood the general jest of what I was trying to illustrate