First of all, you can't say:
Those who are considered as gorgeous...
and you should say something like:
Those who are considered gorgeous / Those who are considered as gorgeous people
"Considered as" is less common than "considered to be" and they may have different meanings.
He is considered to be a well-known professor.
This sentence means there are a lot of people who share the same idea about him.
He is considered as a well-known professor.
In this sentence, it seems there is no evidence to see if he is really a famous professor (we may interpret "considered as" as "thought to be")
Finally, it's better to omit "as" and simply use "considered" (when you want to use considered as) according to this context:
As is sometimes used superfluously to introduce the complements of
verbs like consider, deem, and account, as in They considered it as
one of the landmark decisions of the civil rights movement. The
measure was deemed as unnecessary. This usage may have arisen by
analogy to regard and esteem, with which as is standardly used in this
way: We regarded her as the best writer among us. But the use of as
with verbs like consider is not sufficiently well established to be
acceptable in writing.