When you have these two dimples of beauty (holes) on your back you are very different!
Human beings are curious because they don’t want to be attractive they want to be real, with their flawless skin and hair. Being this is not about behaving or doing things in a particular way but also about possessing a certain body. Same as beauty.
Dimples in cheeks are sweet, but some people wish not to have them. Another kind of dimples that appear on people’s lower back and are supposed to be seen as the kind of Venus.
The past and sense of Venusian dimples go back to that of the Roman goddess, Venus. The medical professionals invented the word from the goddess of art which means beauty. Such dimple is rare in men, however, as they are known to be in women.
While they are present in nearly all, most people will never know the name of those signs of beauty, except those who have them. It will offer a sense of Venus dimples and explain why they are uncommon.
Venus Dimples are also called the Lower Back Dimples
And though they’re generally referred to simply as what they look like, there are two different names to the dimples on the back. The first is Venus Dimples, after the love goddess of ancient Roman mythology. The second is lateral lumbar indentations, which is their medical name since they are on the lumbar, which again is the lower portion.
Called after love goddess
The ancient Roman counterpart to the modern Grecian goddess Aphrodite was Venus. Venus was the goddess of not the most powerful love, but splendour, sex, and fertility in addition. While the polytheistic practice of ancient Roman is collapsed with the upward thrust of Christianity, Venus’s picture and concept hold to it at present. This famous portrait is known as ‘The Birth of Venus’ and is painted by Sandro Botticelli, the Italian Renaissance painter.
That’s why if you’ve got these two beauty dimples on your back then you’re very lucky!
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