SKIN, SYMMETRY AND GOLDEN RATIO ARE EVERYTHING

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An "average" face, free of variation is the most healthy


Decent skin and symmetry but does not conform to golden ratio.


Face too square to conform to golden ratio. As a result face looks "off", porportions will suffer.


Until eventually nature  produces works if art. The perfect but most "normal" face free from variation ie: perfect golden ratio and  symmetry. Perfect skin is a bonus.



Men also need this but not as much. Especially on skin, men can get away with average skin. Male looks put more emphasis on facial features and masculinity rather than proportions, symmetry and skin, but most good looking men will usually have these better than the average male by far.
 
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athmbyty

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One of my teachers has good facial structure and a great body at around 30-something.

Her skin and sparse/thin/masculine-shaped eyebrows make her look average though.
 

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NoDadNotTonight said:
yet clearly not considering most people wouldnt touch the first girl
because she doesn't fit the golden ratio. You derp.
 

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Legit it's always about proportions. There many variations of good looking faces, but they all have proportionality which is what makes them good looking in the first place
 

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Literally nothing of this matters in the slightest if you are a male.

Sexual dimorphism and/or dominance or bust.
 

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igesio said:
Literally nothing of this matters in the slightest if you are a male.

Sexual dimorphism and/or dominance or bust.
Stop typing this on pretty much every thread you Mong  :blush: lol
As I already said above, its more important to females but even as a male you need golden ratio, symmetry and good skin. Look at Ijfsj user on this site(no offence)
 
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