The ever so tiny sultry pout of the lip in the left picture, and the complementing emotions of the two: pure beauty (with a dash of smouldering hotness in that raised eyebrow) to the left, and punch-you-in-the-face-with-my-great-looks attitude to the right, with not a curve out of place, with the backdrop enhancing the whole of the picture, the lines of the image (if one breaks down the pose of the legs, arms etcetera) all subtly pulling one's attention to the face, which is framed gorgeously, and, again, the raised eyebrow - it can't get much better than this.
The fabric peeking up behind in the right picture also gives that little extra, and without it the image would have been less.
My favourite part are the eyebrows, despite them being just a little bit too even (in thickness) as a line for what I personally prefer. The artist in me swoons... hell, all of me swoons, because the eyebrows are what makes the image, to me, really "pop", and be something one looks at over and over again. . Both images are brilliant and complement eachother, and they are more than enticing the viewer to look again, and again, and find all those little subtle details that make the whole so great.
Sultry, beautiful, strong and fantastical. Those images really evoke one's feelings and imagination.
This image is on display in my latest Journal entry "All in colour red"