Dimples! Miranda Lambert only has one on the right side of her face (in that picture anyway), but Blake Shelton's dimples are fairly prominent, even when he has facial hair.
It isn't just the two of them, either. Check out the dimples on some of Hollywood's most beautiful.
Jason Sudeikas and Olivia Wilde:
Two of the women on People's top 10 most beautiful people list...
...and Gabrielle Union...
and Evangeline Lilly:
In fact, if you go to the movies or watch TV, you'll see lots of dimples. Which makes me wonder...are dimples the key to beauty?
Or are they a birth defect, as implied by this article?
Interestingly, dimples eventually diminish in people as they age. Which makes it all that much more interesting when you see adults with them. I propose that check dimples, like chin dimples, make a person's face more interesting--which makes them much more watchable on the screen.
People's Most Beautiful Person, Sandra Bullock, may be missing cheek dimples, but she has that chin dimple going for her:
Do you think dimples are a birth defect...or a beauty mark?