Her eyes are heaven. Crystal clear and the most astonishing sky blue.
Her pout is perfection. Okay, it's possible she has overdone it just a touch on the lip filler but hey - it is the thing right now so I'm going to excuse that.
She has an enviably lean, bronzed figure and she rocks a bikini with serious style. No wonder she lists it as a hobby!
All in all she is an incredibly beautiful woman - pure and simple.
But there is one teeny, tiny detail that obliterates all of the loveliness I just described. And it is - Ines' personality.
Unfortunately, even if she manages to not scream them across the room, Ines' nasty, insulting thoughts show on her pretty, pretty face which becomes truly ugly in a flash.
She curls that gorgeous lip in disgust and she looks like a completely different person. An unattractive one. And she is a passionate and frequent lip curler.
Ines also frowns in disgust at pretty much everything and everyone and when she does those impeccably shaped brows move into a shape that is displeasing. And yes - I am being nice here.
But now I'm not. The truth is when Ines purses, pouts, huffs and puffs it is straight up ugly. And so is she.
Don't get me wrong. Like I said earlier I honestly think she is mind-blowing in the looks department.
Have a quick scroll through her Instagram feed and you'll likely agree. Go on. I'll wait. You looked? And here's what you discovered ... She's a little bit perfect right?
This is why it is so fascinating to see someone so very lovely to look at become so deeply repugnant and so phenomenally fast.
I guess I always thought that true beauty could hide a mean soul, but it turns out it can't.
At least not in Ines case.
In a way I suppose we should be thankful for that.
Ines is putting it all on the table and while it's vile, it's honest and frankly I respect that. I don't want anything to do with it but I respect it.
And I'm grateful too. Because if she hadn't let all of that nastiness spew forth who knows what damage she would have wreaked by now. I for one would have taken one look into those exquisite eyes and agreed to pretty much anything she wanted.
That's the power of beauty I suppose. Ines has it. Truckloads of it.
But in her case it is nowhere near enough.