The other day, someone sent me a WeChat sticker which implied I was 帅 (shuài; handsome). I wasn't exactly thrilled by this, since being called "handsome" in English implies you're kind of mannish. However, they insisted that women can be called 帅, possibly in an effort to save face.
Question: Does describing a woman as 帅 imply she is mannish?
Judging from Baidu Images, it seems to be a very masculine word.
Mannish: (of a woman) having or displaying qualities regarded as typical of a man.