So, if Jessica Biel and Scarlett Johansson represent the most exemplary types of feminine beauty, what lessons can we learn from them, in terms of trying to contemplate the modern ideal of female beauty?At first glance, they seem very different.Jessica Biel, at 5’7″, 112 pounds with 34 B breasts cuts a much leaner figure than Scarlett Johansson, 5’4″, 120 pounds, with 34 C breasts.Biel is very much the type of woman that Hollywood is criticized as promoting as an unrealistic ideal.Tall, skinny, athletic, known for her kick-ass action roles (since leaving WB’s family dramedy 7th Heaven), she is the Hollywood woman.Strange, then, that she would be sharing the reputation of the world’s sexiest, most attractive woman with Scarlett Johansson, who is almost her exact opposite.Shorter, curvaceous, with a persona that wavers between shy and sincerely committed to her art and her political causes.On the other hand, she becomes a bombshell in the vein of Marilyn Monroe when she steps onto the red carpet.

So, what can we learn from these two models of beauty?Let’s go with what they have in common.First, their skin is very good, even in tone, and skin is one of the most commonly-cited criteria of beauty.Second, they both have large, luscious lips, another factor that embodies feminine beauty.Third, they both have harmonious beauty.That is, their features complement one another.Biel is very much the type of taller, more athletic and assertive women.From her nearly pointed chin to her sharp eyes to her well-defined shoulders to her slender strong legs.Johansson, on the other hand, is equally the curvaceous bombshell.With her rounded face, relatively large breasts, wide hips, and shorter legs, she cuts a voluptuous figure that she promotes with red or white breast-enhancing dresses like the ones she wore for the premieres of Vicki Christina Barcelona in Cannes and Los Angeles.

The lesson is:go with what you’ve got.If your figure is a little on the leaner side, perhaps breast augmentation is not the procedure for you.Perhaps you might look more at liposuction to target those stubborn fat deposits, even consider a chin implant to help better define your facial shape.If, on the other hand, you have a pear-shaped body, don’t curse your curves:embrace them, and accentuate them with breast augmentation, even buttock augmentation if your curves are in your hips and not your rear.

And, of course, consider skin treatments and lip augmentation to achieve the ideal appearance of youth and femininity.

If you would like to learn more about harmonizing your appearance through cosmetic surgery, contact Dr. Vasdev Rai at the Cosmetic Surgical Center in Dallas, Texas.