Do you know what makes you attractive? Your best features are the Eye Canthal Tilt, EyeBrow External Distance, and Nose Angle. Also, you may want to know your features that need special attention. Your features that require improvements are Eye-To-Brow Outside Margin, Jaw Angle, and Lower-Lip Height.
Your Eye Canthal Tilt Angle is 17 degrees and the ideal value is 6 degrees. The larger the angle, the better it is. You have a fair score for this feature but that doesnt really mean it adds a lot to your attractiveness.
The eye canthal tilt, an important aspect of periorbital aesthetics, is the angle between the internal and external corners of the eyes. There are three types of canthal tilt: negative, neutral, and positive. A positive tilt, where the medial canthus is 5 to 8 degrees below the lateral canthus, contributes to a more attractive, sharper, and younger appearance. A recent study supports the notion that a positive tilt is crucial for an attractive look, as it relates to dimorphic and neotenic cues. In contrast, a negative canthal tilt can make individuals appear tired, sad, and older. Additionally, a study found that a slight incline or tilt to the intercanthal axis, averaging 2.1 mm (+3 degrees) in men, is essential for maintaining a masculine appearance, as a greater tilt can give a feminine look.
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Your Brow External Distance is 115 IPD units and the ideal value is 114 IPD units. The larger the value, the better it is. You have a fair score for this feature.
In the realm of facial aesthetics, longer eyebrows are seen as a hallmark of masculinity. Gupta et al. (2017) in their study published in the Journal of Cutaneous and Aesthetic Surgery noted that the average eyebrow length for men is 5.5 cm compared to 5.0 cm for women. This indicates that longer eyebrows contribute to a more masculine appearance. Further supporting this idea, Kleisner et al. (2013) found that certain facial features make men appear more trustworthy and attractive. These include bigger eyes, larger eyebrows, upward-pointing mouth corners, and a generally elongated and narrower face. In summary, research suggests that for men, having longer eyebrows not only accentuates masculinity but also adds to their perceived trustworthiness and attractiveness.
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Your Nose Angle is 146 degrees and the ideal value is 148 degrees. The smaller the angle, 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 To Brow Outside Margin is 27 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.
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”.
Your Jaw Average Angle is 169 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 14 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.
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