beauty is subjective. what makes something beautiful to me could make it awful to you, it's all about preference and the things we grow up around. that being said, every adjective in the world is subjective as well. to say something is horrible or great or sad or funny or pretty..... it's all subjective to each and every one of us.
the entire world is subjective in some sense. the colors we see are subjective (who's to say my idea of blue isn't your idea of red?), and every feeling is subjective as well because there is no way to compare my idea of happiness to your idea of happiness.
granted it is extremely likely that me and you both understand happiness as the same feeling, and we both see the color red the same way... but my red could be slightly darker or lighter than yours while your idea of happiness may be much less than my idea of it
then you can think even further if you wish, and ask yourself this - why the hell do we call the color red, red? why do we call the thing we sit in a chair? all the names we have for objects are just that, they're names... they're words we have assigned to correspond with the images we see... and that disconnect between the name we have for an object and what it really is fascinates me.