When I looked twice at my list, I tried to figure out what it was about these guys that I found attractive. Well for some of them, I guess it’s pretty obvious, but for some of the others, they’re not exactly classic beauties, although each one of them gets me all wound up into a tizzy. So what is it about all these guys? They have big, fabulous personalities and they’re super interesting, and I love the way all of them move, and they all have wonderful voices.
Their respective noses didn’t really play into it, when I first saw them, but now, I can’t imagine not seeing those noses on those men. I’d really like to kiss them all, right on the nose : P
I think the answer to this question could hinge a lot on the answerer’s ethnicity.
I’m with @Adirondackwannabe that it’s all in proportion to the rest of the face. A person with a bulbous nose is also likely to have a full face and generous mouth. Look at Julia Roberts and how she carries off a mouth that would be a near deformity on another person. Angelina Jolie.
I agree it’s cutural. Basically, all in the eye of the beholder. Sometimes it is wanting what you don’t have. Women with semetic features for years changed their noses to smaller and straighter and now the trend is changing a little, at east in the US it is. From what I understand in the Middle East there is still a lot of surgery to “correct” it. Since I grew up Jewish, nose jobs were all around me. I was in awe (still am a little) of a moderate sized straight nose. Now I see that a lot of people think many women are very pretty who have larger noses, even fairly uneven faces (which supposedly makes a person objectively less attractive). What I really know is 9 times out of 10 if you do your hair, make-up, not overweight, stand with confidence and smile a lot, men will think you are attractive. They seem to focus more on the packaging and the body, and body type is also influenced by culture as others have said.