Aside from being a cringe-worthy snub, researchers and scientists think they've found the answer to what makes a face attractive. Yes, facial attractiveness is, apparently, quantifiable. While it's true that looking like Natalie Portman or Amber Heard is scientifically desirable — not that anyone actually needed science to confirm that, of course — you might just be surprised to learn just which particular facial traits have an influence over mass appeal. And, contrary to what you might be thinking, It's not all about having high cheekbones or pearly whites.
The 50-Hour Korean Massage That Changes Your Face Shape
Attractive Facial Features - The Elements of a Perfect Face - Beautisecrets
A gracefully aging face is a beautiful thing, but there are changes that occur with age that we would like to slow down. Age affects every nook and cranny of the body. Along with the wisdom, experience, and accomplishments that come with getting older, there are changes that occur in our outward appearance. Changes in our faces are most at the forefront.
Your Facial Bone Structure Has a Big Influence on How People See You
Selfies, headshots, mug shots — photos of oneself convey more these days than snapshots ever did back in the Kodak era. Most digitally minded people continually post and update pictures of themselves at professional, social media and dating sites such as LinkedIn, Facebook, Match. As such, it can be a stressful task to select the photo that conveys the best impression of ourselves.
By now, you probably know that many Korean women swear by the step skincare routine. But what you might not know is this: Many actually take their intricate evening regimen even further by performing a series of stimulating facial massages that are said to tone facial muscles, tighten loose skin, brighten the complexion, and even slim the face. Of course we wanted in on the SokoSecret, so we enlisted Charlotte Cho, curator and co-founder of Soko Glam —everyone's favorite Korean beauty product e-commerce destination—to demonstrate exactly how it's done in this detailed eight-step GIF tutorial.