I guess I'll put my 2 cents in.
I don't think all guys are soley interested in physical attractiveness. To me, it isn't important as long as the person is taking care of themselves and trying to be healthy. Living with a bunch of guys in college has taught me that not all guys are soley focused on the physical aspects. The guys I live with are definitely constantly talking about who is "hot" and various other subjects innapropriate for this forum. But when it comes down to it, while they think they want someone that (according to our society) is physically stunning, they in fact look for other aspects first.
One of my best friends at college is dating our old RA (now graduated), she's very pretty, but our society may not put her up with the celebrities that many men gawk at. My other friend dated another friend of ours who is also pretty, but also probably wouldn't be considered in the same class as the celebrities. Not all guys are focused on the physical attractiveness.
Physical attractiveness isn't important. In my opinion, as long as the person cares about their appearance (that is, as far as hygiene, not makeup wise) and makes efforts to make sure they are physically healthy, as well as spiritually, then that shows more positive aspects of their personality.
I hope that makes sense. You don't have to be physically stunning or attractive. Just be yourself, don't worry about your physical aspects, just try to be healthy and hygienic.
One of my favorite Rock songs is by Evanescence (lead singer is Amy Lee), it's called "Everybody's Fool" and she wrote it about how we idolize & worship the models, socialites and celebrities, yet once they are no longer physically attractive, we throw them away. It appears she may have wrote it during Britney Spears' collapse & self-destruction.
The way our society views women is horrible, destructive and sinful. Many men recognize this and resist it. If someone doesn't like you for who you are physically, it's his problem, it isn't yours. You are created in God's image, don't worry about trying to improve parts of you that our society says are important/sexy.
I hope I helped and made sense!