I don't get the point here.
Fantasy races are fantasy races, and if they have a specific look according to their lore, they have. I don't know if elves are distributed worldwide the same way as humans are in D&D and if they distinguish from each other the same way as humans do.
My complain about the elves here would be more that they look like canadian wood-cutters but not like elves and therefore actually are wrong according to elfish lore.
However, each race/gender in BG3 could get some more selectable faces than 4 (or 6 for humans).