Do you know what makes you attractive? Your best features are the Mouth Width to Nose Width Ratio, Eye Length, and Interocular Distance. Also, you may want to know your features that need special attention. Your features that require improvements are Jaw Angle, Lower-Lip Height, and Philtrum to Mouth Length Ratio.
Your Mouth Width To Nose Width Ratio is 1.78 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 high score on this feature and that also means you won a genetic lottery.
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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Your Eye Average Length is 31 IPD units and the ideal value is 28 IPD units. The larger the value, the better it is. You have a fair score for this feature but that doesnt really mean it adds a lot to your attractiveness.
Your Eye Internal Distance is 33 IPD units and the ideal value is 36 IPD units. The smaller the value, the better it is. You have a fair score for this feature but that doesnt really mean it adds a lot to your attractiveness.
In a study focused on an Italian beauty competition (Sforza et al 2015), 126 contestants were ranked by professional judges to be “attractive” and were measured allowing a rare glimpse into the exact dimensions of their beauty. The male participants had a mean intercanthal (or between the eye distance) of 27.8mm (and this only varied by approximately 5.3mm between all the studies’ male contestants). The beautiful women in this study had only a slightly shorter mean distance of 27.4. Not only that but when they compared these ‘attractive’ measurements to that of that of the general (or normal) population they were lower (Men: -0.685, Women: -0.377), denoting that ‘attractive’ eye distance morphologies were shorter than average. What we can see here is that there is a clear association between the distance between the eyes and our perception of beauty.
The study at University of Nebraska Medical Centre, USA by Schmid finds that “Female faces are considered more attractive when they have greater distance between the eyes than that proposed by the neo-classical canon”.
In a study (Faure, Rieffe, and Maltha, 2002) jointly carried out by the University of Nijmegen and Free University, in the Netherlands, they found an increased intraocular (or between eye) distance has a strong negative effect on participants’ judgement of facial aesthetics. This was confirmed by a neurological study examining the brain’s responses to aesthetically pleasing faces. They reported that ”Overall, the ear length, nose size, interocular distance and lip-chin distance are of more importance in determining the facial attractiveness compared with the other feature sizes” (Shen et al, 2016).
Your Jaw Average Angle is 162 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.
Your Lip Lower Height is 12 IPD units and the ideal value is 10 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.
While accepting the vitality of the lips in determining facial symmetry and aesthetics, Kar et al., described the ideal lips features of the face, in terms of anatomy, landmarks, and proportions, together with the ethnic and sexual undertones. They ascribed this as the reason why the popularity of cosmetic surgery to improve lip size is on the rise. In conclusion, they opined that “, the ideal ratio of the vertical height of the upper lip to that of the lower lip is 1:1.6.”
In previous research done at the University of Louisville by Cunningham et al, the authors discovered that women find men with thin lips more attractive. “Faces with the individual mature features of a square jaw and thin lips were rated as more attractive than male faces with round jaws or thick lips.”
Furthermore, Piotr Pietruski and Majak provided more data on the ideal “attractive young Caucasian males” lower third face morphology, which included the lips and jawline.They were convinced that their observation represented the actual upper lip to lower lip ratio of an ideal male.They stated that ideally, “the upper vermilion height was found significantly lower than the lower vermilion height”. This, according to the research, made a strong case that their data, obtained using the Average Body Contours(ABC) image, may provide practical guidelines to help surgeons during lips rejuvenation procedures.
A “first impressions” study was carried out by Caroline F.Keating at the Colgate University involving 145 male and 154 female subjects demonstrating that thin lips made male faces appear more attractive than thick ones.
Your Philtrum Length To Mouth Length Ratio is 0.23 and the ideal value is 0.3. 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.
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