In a word, NO.
Any outside judgment of any given love relationship is moot, so long as that relationship is fully understood and agreed upon by its participants.
The reason for loving someone is functionally immaterial to the act of loving someone; however, it may still prove critically important in negotiating a mutually satisfactory relationship that in which all members communicate their wants and deal breakers.
For example: If your partner is sporting a certain look, his or her health/activity level will prove key in maintaining the relationship: S/he must recognize that. Whether or not s/he will consider it shallow is a value judgment they must make on their own, but if it works for everyone involved, let's just say it works and thank life for its little victories.