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I’m with a very dramatic male. Tall and very warrioresque and women are very attracted to this but tbh I’m classically attracted to men my height 5’7 and rounder more feminine features dowey eyes and round full lips and meaty body. With thick hips and juicy eyes meatier pecs!! You know
This was way easeir than the females, and thus I think I finally figured out my female type. I think I'm still slightly too soft for the Soft Dramatic, so I'm a flaboyant natural even though i don't really have muscle definition
My mom is soft classic, my dad is spot-on dramatic and I am dramatic classic. I think my boyfriend is soft natural! He is part Filipino part Italian, and sorta looks like a taller lankier Tom Cruise with the slight fullness of Asian/Italian features. He also looks great in natural type clothing styles; like relaxed layers.
Nice job darling! I know this must have taken you a while. I myself have wondered how male body types compare with the female. I like this list, so far. Can't wait for part 2. What else could be added..? Especially in the development of muscle versus the natural skeletal structure and flesh? ... I would like to see more heavy set men on this list somewhere, those we consider "big boned". My fiance is one of these men. Perhaps he falls under natural, maybe even softer in the face, but his *body* type is wider, not vertical. I think proportions are interesting to consider too, some men and women are more proportional (are these naturals/classics?) versus taller or sharper (dramatic), shorter or softer. ??
Hi Aly, Love your chanel and all your videos about body types. Do you do any online consultation on that? I tried so many times to find my body type but no luck😂 So I thought I would ask and maybe you do that kind of online appointments?
Aly could you please do a separate vid for Asian men? Preferably a K pop idol version. Because Asian men tend to be softer and smaller while retaining their baby fat much later in adult age so it's very hard to tell sometimes.
Aly, have you heard of Dwyn Larson's body type system? It is based on Kibbe's but is far more accurate and comprehensive. It seems a bit strange at first when you're used to Kibbe, but when you get used to it, it becomes really fascinating and it makes more sense. I think you'll find it interesting. Check it out :) This is the official website: http://www.alltypesofbeauty.com/
There are some great videos about it by Russian stylists on Youtube. Here are a couple: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0xSIyQMTaf2-3pJtl_ddqQ
your use of the word brutal is totally correct, because you're using it for that hinterland, that nuance of meaning that all words have but usually only native speakers can access, here it's french origin meaning rough, crude and also it's association with 'brutalist' architecture
I'm slow to grasp these differences as well. I think I need more examples and I'm not sure it is really that important in the grand scheme. It is somewhat interesting, but I just need to know whey looks good on me, and I'm starting to figure that out by trial and error.
Debatable, for example Christie Brinkley/Jane Fonda(N) do not give the impression of manliness, but neither do Barbara Carrera/Lana Turner (D). I actuall preffer their actual names rather than the masculine feminine description. Because naturals are just that, look best when not altered by anything artificial, somewhat strong and sturdy impression, well grounded and dramatics are evident, noticeble, sharp, . We traditionally appreciate men who have a @[email protected] look because it gives the impression of a person who is strong with no frills and minimal effort(I personally like that in women too) and dramatic might look more striking and polished. I would avoid the masculine/feminine thing simply because it can negatively impact certain clusters, if you say naturals are masculine, it sounds good for men, but not for women, if you say romantic are feminine, it sounds good for women but bad for men. However, you will see attractive people in all groups, just look at the romantic men who are for the most part sex symbols and for the natural ladies who are for the most part supermodels. Just a personal, opinion, take it with a grain of salt.
+Sam A Yes but OC only spoke of naturals. Adding any type of S will automatically look fem. I thought Jen was a good example because unlike some other Ns, her feature's lines actually match her body's. I have been confused about some naturals for a while too, like Gigi, (and I also think of Selena Gomez) who seem to have some soft gamine (young girl qualities) --albeit not the large eyes to them. I just assumed sometimes the face may be one type and the body, the other.
Monica s most of the times it has nothing to do with the face, Gigi Hadid is natural but her face is very girly, Adriana Lima and Candice Swanepoel are also naturals but each one of them has different angles and faces.
Very interesting, I didn't expect some of them to be on the Dramatic side, actually it is very hard to tell what body type men have, comparing to women. Difference between Dramatic and Flamboyant Natural is pretty small for me. I thought Sean Connery is a Natural more. Thank you, waiting for second part!
Hi Aly, great video! I wanted to get your thoughts on this; in Kibbie's types we talk about Yang and Yin - Masc and Fem. However I feel to call Dramatic types most Yang (hence most masculine) is incorrect. Let me explain why - the most masculine men are Naturals and Flamboyant Naturals, you can also see this in the female list. Natural women are the most 'manly' looking, not the Dramatics. Hugh J or Harrison Ford look far more manly and masculine next to Benedict Cumberbatch, for example. I would compare it to this in the female list; both Gamines and Romantics are small, or can be, but the Gamine can look like a little girl, the Romantic is curvy, womanly and hence most Yin and feminine. The Dramatic can sometimes look like an overgrown teenage boy (depending how they dress - like Gamines), long, lanky, maybe scrawny, they do not look very strong. Sharp but not muscular so they lack that masculine Yang element. Like how Gamine is small but lacks the flesh and curves of the Romantic, Dramatic lacks the muscles and width of the Natural and Flamboyant Natural. I'm sure you noticed something similar in making this video. I know you are just showcasing Kibbies list, these are just my thoughts and how I see it. How do you feel about it? What if Dramatics were considered more as Gamine and the list went from true Yin to true Yang, at least how I see it, Romantic to Flamboyant Natural. Likely the names would be a bit different had Kibbie done it that way though. Perhaps with a different perspective on Soft Natural and Soft Dramatic (in women, often a very womanly figure, though 'bigger'). Nothing wrong with straying from Kibbies initial guide. I feel his list goes from Soft to Sharp but not from Yin to Yang truely. When we look at men I feel that becomes even more obvious, but it can be seen in the female list too. The typing would be the same, just that describing Dramatics as most Yang rather than Naturals would be different. Thanks for the videos! I look forward to more
+Olga P As an aside, I feel masculine and Yang influenced women are regularly praised for being very striking in their appearance and beautiful. Aly herself has mentioned that almost all top models are Natural types, or in recent years often also Dramatic types. Small Romantic women are not at all usually seen on catwalks, but are considered very beautiful too of course. (and feminine) Every body type is appreciated in its own way. Its also true that people like different aesthetics, in general - that is always the case
+Olga P I disagree with what you've said, as I feel it contradicts itself. Femininity is Yin and masculinity is Yang, both are archetypes. Like two base 'building-blocks' of the universe. I'm not talking about men and women, which seems to be what you're confusing. Women can be more feminine or more masculine (more yin or yang) in various different aspects (including personality, not just physically) which is a core observation of kibbies, or any, typing system. Same for men of course. A more masculine woman is no less of a woman, the description of 'masculine' describes the 'yang' influence in their appearance. (Or behaviour) In my original comment Im expressing that I see the Dramatic type as more androgynous of an aspect, potentially, and Natural as more Yang inherently. Both yang and yin are wonderful traits, and people have their varied preferences. And almost always a mix of both in different ways.
+Elliott That's how Kibbe puts it (talking about Yang women): "The simple truth of the situation is: your strength and power are extremely feminine and terribly exciting! You must always remember that the specific type of femininity Nature blessed you with isn't fluttery or soft - it's sultry and sophisticated!"
+Elliott You've got interesting thoughts, but I don't really like the division between masculine and feminine here. Kibbe doesn't use these words to describe types. Moreover, by using them, we imply that women of some types are more feminine than others, which is not true. A woman of any type can be feminine, there are just different types of femininity. The same goes for men.
+Olga P Yes, I understand the original comparison, just proposing a different perspective and 'scaling' system. In my other comments under this one I also suggest Dramatic being 'in the middle' as I don't think it is the most Yang nor masculine trait, as the original system suggests. Yin is opposite to Yang, and I view Naturals as most Yang personally. 'Complementary' can also be used here, and is maybe more accurate, paradoxically - refer to Yin and Yang again for example
Edit: you also said 'Rs and Ns have width in common' but this isn't the same width. For R it is flesh, curves, for N it is broadness and muscle. Very different. I do see you are referring to kibbies description/comparison though, I am just disagreeing with him in this regard
I've been looking up body types for men for some time, and I think I know some naturals: Jon Hamm and Jon Krasinki. It's not alot but I hope it helps. Also, some other body types I know are thomas brodie-sangster (gamine), daniel radcliffe and elijah wood (flamboyant gamines), and jack black (soft gamine).
edit: ive been thinking about marlon brando for some time and i think he is probably soft natural but might be classic. i may not be right about that though...
Uhhhh caitlyn jenner shouldnt have been on the males list. I understand you were just mentioning people off Kibbes list but it would have been better to mention her in a video with other women, as a flamboyant natural woman.
I'm curious how you'd type Victorian celebrities since they were under so much clothing and mustaches obscured the face. I do wonder how fashions change in men too so you have Nikola Tesla as a cerebral male look like Cumberbatch but SHARP and Hemingway for rugged, even when he was younger. Broad but both very angular.
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