third-person limited point of view : an alternative [to third-person omniscient point of view] that does not require the writer to reveal all that a first-person character would know.
She's a bright, bubbly young girl that's always laughing and loves to have fun. The fifteen-year-old is tall, not too tall to be strange-looking but healthily tall for her age. She's of average size, with heavily muscled legs and a figure that tells you she eats heartily and yet not too much.
She has perfectly straightened, naturally white teeth that are always shown in her smile; she's not a girl that smiles with a closed mouth because of self-consciousness. When she smiles, her lip pulls up on one side to expose a little bit of gum, just to add that little spot of unique to what would otherwise be an everyday, boring flawless smile.
Her eyes are a gorgeous hazel, and looking into them is like looking through a window into a forest, a forest with trees enveloped in thick moss. When the sun hits t