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Do you know what makes you attractive? Your best features are the Nose Width, Mouth Width to Nose Width Ratio, and Bi-Goinal to Bi-Zygomatic Ratio. Also, you may want to know your features that need special attention. Your features that require improvements are Jaw Angle, Eye-To-Brow Outside Margin, and Bi-Temporal to Bi-Zygomatic Ratio.


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Your Nose Width is 33 IPD units and the ideal value is 38 IPD units. The smaller the value, the better it is. This feature dramatically impacts your perceived attractiveness, and you have a high score on this feature and that also means you won a genetic lottery.

Why is a smaller nose width better than a wider one?

Three studies highlight the perceived attractiveness and masculinity linked to a smaller nose width in men. Ferruccio Tersello’s research at George Eastman Dental Hospital, conducted on 50 Italian models, determined that a nose width smaller than 1/4 of the facial width contributes to facial beauty. Similarly, Doug Jones from the University of Michigan found that a youthful and attractive face often features a high ratio of lower-facial features, unusually large eyes, full lips, and notably, a small nose. Lastly, Cunningham et al. (1990) connected perceived masculinity to certain facial features, including a smaller nose width. Their study suggests men with narrower noses are seen as more masculine and attractive. Collectively, these studies highlight the preference for a smaller nose width, linking it to attractiveness, youthfulness, and masculinity in men.

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Celebrities with Smaller Nose Width

Celebrities with Ideal Nose Width

Celebrities with Larger Nose Width


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Your Mouth Width To Nose Width Ratio is 1.62 and the ideal value is 1.42. The larger the value, the better it is. This feature dramatically impacts your perceived attractiveness, and you have a fair score for this feature.

Why is a larger ratio of Mouth Width to Nose Width attractive?

A larger ratio of mouth-width to nose-width is considered attractive. Research shows that the width of a person’s mouth compared to their nose can influence how attractive they’re perceived to be. Dawei et al. study in 1997 found that a mouth width about 1.5 times larger than the nose width is generally seen as more attractive. This was supported by Farkas et al. in 2007, who found that many North American men have this ratio. So, if someone’s mouth is the same size or smaller than their nose, it might not look as appealing to others. Another study by Hage and colleagues in 1997 mentioned that men with wider mouths appear more masculine. Lastly, Cunningham’s research in 1990 revealed that a smaller nose width is often associated with a manly facial appearance. In simple terms, for many people, a broader mouth and a smaller nose on men seem more attractive.

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Celebrities with Larger Mouth Width to Nose Width Ratio

Celebrities with Ideal Mouth Width to Nose Width Ratio

Celebrities with Smaller Mouth Width to Nose Width Ratio


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Your Bigonion To Bizygomatic Ratio is 0.75 and the ideal value is 0.73. The larger the value, the better it is. You have a fair score for this feature.

Why is a larger Bi-Gonial to Bi-Zygomatic Ratio better for males?

The bi-gonial width (distance between jaw’s lateral points) and bi-zygomatic width (distance between cheekbones’ lateral points) determine facial shape, differing in males and females. Altman (2012) found males have wider bi-gonial widths due to angular jaws, resulting in a larger bi-gonial to bi-zygomatic ratio. Lakhiani and Somenek (2019) observed that males’ inter-zygomatic width equals their bi-gonial width, indicating a square facial structure, unlike females with a smaller ratio and more oval faces. Windhager et al. (2011) correlated larger ratios in males with traits like attractiveness and masculinity, highlighting the bi-gonial to bi-zygomatic ratio’s significance in perceptions of male facial attractiveness.

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Celebrities with Larger Bi-Goinal to Bi-zygomatic Ratio

Celebrities with Ideal Bi-Goinal to Bi-zygomatic Ratio

Celebrities with Smaller Bi-Goinal to Bi-zygomatic Ratio


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Your Jaw Average Angle is 168 degrees and the ideal value is 152 degrees. The smaller the angle, the better it is. You have a low score on this feature, but as we already know, no single feature determines the beauty of a face.



Celebrities with Angular Jaw

Celebrities with Ideal Jaw Angle

Celebrities with Rounded Jaw


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Your Eye To Brow Outside Margin is 22 IPD units and the ideal value is 16 IPD units. The smaller the value, the better it is. You have a low score on this feature, but as we already know, no single feature determines the beauty of a face.

Why shorter gap between eyebrow and eye is better?

A study by Sclafani at Department of Otolaryngology, The New York Eye & Ear Infirmary concludes that “Men desired a lower brow with a lower tail and a less accentuated peak”. The study by Bhupendra C. Patel at University of Utah finds that “In men, the eyebrows normally sit at or just above the superior orbital rim, with a flatter contour”. This is a sexually diamorphic feature. A gap too large between the eyes and eyebrows is considered feminine. Unlike a smaller gap that corresponds to a masculine character.

Hunter eyes, as opposed to prey eyes, are further back into the skull. Because the eye socket is a bit further back, individuals with deep set eyes have a more noticeable brow bone. Hunter eyes are the opposite of prey eyes which protrude out from the skull. ‘Prey eyes' are generally not considered attractive on men. The key features of hunter-eye are (1) lack of eyelid exposure (2) pronounced brow bone (3) eyebrows aligned to the top of brow bone (3) eyes not further apart than average.

Deep - set hunter eyes may be an evolutionary adaptation for combat, hunting and male intrasexual competition, protecting men's eyes from fists, claws, sticks etc. and/or may serve to merely intimidate other males. The study by David A.Puts, at Department of Anthropology, Pennsylvania State University finds that “heavy brow ridges protect eyes from blows, and robust mandibles lessen the risk of catastrophic jaw fractures” and “Even if men's traits initially arose through male combat, it is possible that female choice could have become a stronger selection pressure, and men's traits subsequently evolved to assume a more ornamental role”.



Celebrities with Shorter Eye-To-Brow Outside Margin

Celebrities with Ideal Eye-To-Brow Outside Margin

Celebrities with Longer Eye-To-Brow Outside Margin


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Your Bitemporal To Bizygomatic Ratio is 1.01 and the ideal value is 1.05. The larger the value, the better it is. You have a low score on this feature, but as we already know, no single feature determines the beauty of a face.

Why is a larger Bi-temporal width in comparison with Bi-Zygomatic width attractive?

A larger bi-temporal width in comparison to bi-zygomatic width is considered attractive among males. A study reported that an attractive male face was found to have a longer, more dolichocephalic shape compared to strong, dominant, and masculine-rated men. Unattractive faces often featured a rounded lower face, a vertically stretched chin region, and horizontal compression in the eye and eyebrow areas. In cross-cultural studies, women found mesomorphic masculine body shapes with greater muscle mass more attractive than endomorphic body shapes with high body fat proportions. Attractive faces typically had a narrower lower jaw, a wider, fuller lower lip, and a longer facial shape. Additionally, according to a study, faces with shorter width were perceived as more trustworthy. Therefore, a larger bi-temporal width relative to bi-zygomatic width contributes to attractiveness and trustworthiness among males.

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Celebrities with Larger Bi-Temporal to Bi-Zygomatic Ratio

Celebrities with Ideal Bi-Temporal to Bi-Zygomatic Ratio

Celebrities with Shorter Bi-Temporal to Bi-Zygomatic Ratio


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