From the second line of the third verse, the physical appearance of Lalitha is described from head to foot. The next four shlokas 4-7 of the Lalitasahasranama describe the forehead, eyes and nose of Lalita.
cÉqmÉMü = fragrant orange-yellow flowers of an evergreen timber tree, AzÉÉåMü = crimson or red flowers that bloom in spring, mÉÑ³ÉÉaÉ = a fragrant white flower used in worship, xÉÉæaÉÎlkÉMü = fragrant flowers, sÉxÉiMücÉÉ = shining locks of hair,
Lalita is described as wearing fragrant flowers in her hair. It is not the flowers that impart fragrance to her hair, but her fragrant luscious hair that impart fragrance to the flowers.
MÑüÂÌuÉlSqÉÍhÉ = a rare ruby, ´ÉåhÉÏ = row, MülÉiMüÉåOûÏU = on the crown, qÉÎhQûiÉÉ = she who is decorated,
Lalita is described as wearing rows of rubies on her crown. .
A¹qÉÏ = eighth day of the new moon, cÉlSì = moon, SÍsÉMüxjÉsÉ = forehead, zÉÉåÍpÉiÉÉ = shining locks of hair,
Lalita is described as having a beautiful forehead shaped like the even crescent on the eighth day of the new moon.
qÉÑZÉcÉlSì = the face of the moon, MüsÉƒ¡ûÉpÉ = spot, qÉ×aÉlÉÉÍpÉ = musk, ÌuÉzÉåwÉMüÉ = sporting
Lalita is described as sporting a spot of musk on her forehead that looks like the spot on the face of the moon.
uÉSlÉxqÉU = of Kamadeva, qÉÉ…¡ûsrÉ aÉ×W = palace for auspicious occasions, ûiÉÉåUhÉ = decorations, ÍcÉÎssÉMüÉ = eyebrows
Lalita is described as having eyebrows that inspired the decorations in Kamadeva’s palace for auspicious occasions.
uÉY§ÉsÉ¤qÉÏ = beauty, mÉUÏuÉÉW = flows, û cÉsÉ = moving, qÉÏlÉÉpÉ = fish, AÉpÉ = face, sÉÉåcÉlÉ = eyes
Lalita is described as having eyes that move like fish across the pond of her face that has a flow of beauty.
The reference to the fish is for the shape of the eyes, and the motion refers to her omnivision.
Lalita is described as having a nose shaped like the newly blossomed champaka flower.
iÉÉUÉMüÉÎliÉ = brilliance, ÌiÉUxMüÉËU = far exceeds, lÉÉxÉ = nose, AÉpÉUhÉ = ornament, pÉÉxÉÑUÉ = shining
Lalita is described as having a nose ornament whose brilliance far exceeds that of shining stars