I’d say about a one, or maybe two. Imogene has never been into girls. She’s never really even thought about a girl as anything other than a friend, and will tell anyone who asks she’s only into guys.
Imogene thinks she’s a fairly attractive person, at least she know she’s not ugly. She’s somewhat picky about her clothing, and enjoys putting streaks of color in her hair. She doesn’t often leave her apartment without her usual makeup, especially around her eyes. However, she’s not obsessive about it. Sure, she can be vain at times, but she also just knows what she likes, and what she doesn’t.
Imogene doesn’t have many scars at all. Maybe a couple, but she does have at least one from a long time ago. When she was nine her father threw her into a table, on top of which rested one of her mothers glass decorations. It fell off the table and broke, and she fell with it. The scar is on her right shoulder, almost always hidden by her clothing. It’s just a little thing, about two inches long, where a piece of glass got pretty deeply embedded in her shoulder.
One of Imogene’s most noticeable features would have to be her eyes. They’re a pretty grey-blue that tends to vary between very blue and almost colorless depending on the setting. Even when not done up with makeup they usually stand out.
The other would be her long hair, with it’s ever-changing streaks of color. Sometimes green, sometimes red, sometimes just black, among others.
Imogene’s father was abusive toward all three of his children and his wife. He wasn’t the best father, and when he was around the family stepped lightly. Even then, Imogene’s rebellious nature seemed to do nothing but antagonize the man. When he was gone, their mother did a pretty good job as a parent. Imogene never got over the fact that she did nothing to stop the abuse, though, and didn’t get along well with her, either, even after her father died. They’re both dead now, and she tries not to think about them too often.