Isn't that pretty? What you don't think so?
How about this one:
There, not even one of you can say that one is pretty.
I looked up the commentary on this one and I really love the way Matthew Henry describes this verse,
"It is lamented that beauty should be so abused as it is by those that have not modesty with it. It seems ill-bestowed upon them; it is quite misplaced, as a jewel in a swine’s snout, with which he roots in the dunghill. If beauty be not guarded by virtue, the virtue is exposed by the beauty. It may be applied to all other bodily endowments and accomplishments; it is a pity that those should have them who have not discretion to use them well."
Did you get that picture in your mind? A woman who does not live her life with discretion might have outward beauty, but the beauty is wasted...kind of like a pig digging in a pile of doo doo with his nose ornament.
Beauty is not so beautiful when you've got that big nose ring sticking out for all to see.