|Soft-biometrics play an important role in face biometrics and related fields since these might lead to biased performances, threaten the user's privacy, or are valuable for commercial aspects. Current face databases are specifically constructed for the development of face recognition applications. Consequently, these databases contain a large number of face images but lack in the number of attribute annotations and the overall annotation correctness. In this work, we propose a novel annotation-transfer pipeline that allows to accurately transfer attribute annotations from multiple source datasets to a target dataset. The transfer is based on a massive attribute classifier that can accurately state its prediction confidence. Using these prediction confidences, a high correctness of the transferred annotations is ensured. Applying this pipeline to the VGGFace2 database, we propose the MAAD-Face annotation database. It consists of 3.3M faces of over 9k individuals and provides 123.9M attribute annotations of 47 different binary attributes. Consequently, it provides 15 and 137 times more attribute annotations than CelebA and LFW. Our investigation on the annotation quality by three human evaluators demonstrated the superiority of the MAAD-Face annotations over existing databases. Additionally, we make use of the large number of high-quality annotations from MAAD-Face to study the viability of soft-biometrics for recognition, providing insights into which attributes support genuine and imposter decisions. The MAAD-Face annotations dataset is publicly available.