Clearly I think the question should be closed and it should not have been reopened. But don't think I'm gathering villagers with pitchforks or anything. I'm not.
Originally placed on hold because it asked no specific questions. It just wanted to know "Which looks more appetizing" -- purely first person opinion-based and unanswerable.
After a few editing attempts the question got no more targeted, no more defined and simply got more "wordy". He/she essentially kept asking the same opinion-based, broad, question which just isn't a good question and does not meet the critique guidelines.
A user asked in chat that the question be reopened because "she wanted to answer it."
So, okay... but should it have been reopened?
The answers provided are really just opinion as well.
Now, there's a lot to be said for an educated, experienced opinion. But is it helpful for this question?
The user completely reworked the entire design which indicates to me... they aren't settled on anything and are seeking users to essentially "design by proxy".
I'd caution against allowing this to happen too often. It sends a poor message that these types of "hey, how's this look" questions are acceptable and simply need to be very, very wordy to slip by.
I just don't think it's right for mods to reopen a question just because a user asks them to when the community has already decided it should be closed.
Not faulting anyone. Just voicing concern.