'''Basic Trope''': A female character has an attractive body, but as for the face...
* '''Straight''': Alice is a female with a pleasant body, but is unattractive in the face.
* '''Exaggerated''':
** Alice has a [[RealWomenHaveCurves pleasant curvy figure]], but her face resembles to that of an 80-year-old lady.
** Alice has a body that would easily make her a [[MsFanservice lust object to the male]] ([[EvenTheGirlsWantHer and female!]]) audience, but as soon as they see her face, [[NightmareFuel they have a hard time sleeping]].
* '''Downplayed''':
** While her body's not much more attractive than anybody else's, most still have two reasons not to look at her face while talking to her.
** Alice has a pleasant body, but her face is plain-looking if not outright hideous.
* '''Justified''': Alice was a former MsFanservice ActionGirl who had her face smashed in during a fight.
* '''Inverted''': Alice has an unpleasant body shape, but a hot face.
* '''Gender Inverted''': Bob has the best male physique in the series, but his face is {{gonk}}y.
* '''Subverted''': Alice has plastic surgery.
* '''Double Subverted''': ... which goes terribly wrong.
* '''Parodied''': The audience never sees Alice's face, which is always hidden by her bulky hair-do, veils or other objects. Characters in the show have their eyes melt out or equally exaggerated reactions--but are fine a few minutes later.
* '''Zig Zagged''': Everybody has different tastes: as the story is told from the first-person POV and by different people, Alice's attractiveness varies on the narrator.
* '''Averted''':
** Alice is beautiful in both the body and face.
** Or just plain {{Gonk}} all over.
* '''Enforced''': ???
* '''Lampshaded''': "How could she get the genes for a cute bod but the genes for an ugly face at the same time?!
* '''Invoked''': Alice, who has been pursued by all kinds of men (most importantly lecherous) through her life because of her body, mutilates her own face.
* '''Exploited''': See Invoked.
* '''Defied''': "So what if she doesn't have a pretty face? I still wanna bang her hot body."
* '''Discussed''': "Why do women look hot in the body, but not in the face?"
* '''Conversed''': "How many times do the writers think they can pull that off without being unrealistic?! There's always a link between the face's beauty and the body's, isn't there?"
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