I used the word 'unconventional' quite deliberately. Think about it. How many women have you seen, famous or otherwise, even 'beauties,' who at all resemble Taylor, Dunaway or Weld? Their beauty transcends its physical components so that, while there are women who can resemble them (and they've all had their imitators), none can look like them. This isn't true of Wood, and again that's not meant slightingly; it's simply that she lacked that added something that lifts these women out of the quotidian and into something extraordinary. Perfection of physical features alone doesn't create this aura, and it was that aura which Wood, while pretty and conventionally 'cute', lacked. Her face was attractive enough, but utterly missing that unique and strange quality that hallmarks true beauty.
"Still looking for that blue jean, baby queen
Prettiest girl I ever seen
See her shake on the movie screen, Jimmy Dean