Chest below neck instead of almost last on the trunk descriptions. It is the first part a character would look at, I think it would be quicker to access the most important details as compared to reading shoulders, arms and hands first.
Abdomen separated into the lower third instead of the middle just for more even distribution, its pretty typical for an enormous middle paragraph and then two or three sentences at the bottom.
Something more complex but that could make for both more detailed and more immediately readable descriptions would be allowing for main and sub descriptions for nakeds -- look (name) giving overview of all the @nakeds shorter main descriptions, while look (name) (naked) giving the more detailed description when desired. This could be especially useful for tattoos that can be easily described in brief ("He has a dragon tattoo on his left arm") while also allowing for the multi-paragraph detailed descriptions of said tattoo.
Another suggestion would be to have tattoos (very often the bulk of descriptions for characters that have them) treated similarly to installed artwork, having a short form description with a highlighted name that can be looked at for the long form description (perhaps even allowing for the color available in art in the same way), ie. look (tattoo) on (name).