Facial Beauty Analysis-Am I Really Pretty?
What does facial beauty analysis have to do with you? Every girl wonders, sooner or later, whether she is pretty, just as every guy wonders whether he is handsome. Until now, Beauty was considered subjective. Thanks to facial beauty analysis, and the math behind it, you can find out whether you are pretty, handsome, or average. Best of all, facial beauty analysis is free, online–all you need is a full frontal picture of yourself.
What Is Facial Beauty Analysis?
Anaface offers you the chance to upload a full frontal picture of your face. The software then maps certain points on your face, and measures your facial symmetry. Just as art and architecture follow certain “rules” regarding symmetry and proportion, so does your face! This program will tell you how close your face is to the ideal proportions.
Scientists have known for some time that the brain likes patterns and symmetry—but before this new form of analysis came about, there was no substantial proof that “beauty” could be measured. Now, however, we can and do measure beauty, by using facial analysis.
O.K.—Now I Know I’m Pretty—What Next?
Well—this technology has a lot of uses. For instance, plastic surgeons use facial beauty analysis to recommend different surgical procedures to bring the face closer to the ideal proportions. Criminologists use it in facial identification, especially by “artificial aging”. For instance, if a child has been missing for several years, this type of program can “age” their picture, to better reflect how they have changed over time. These artificially aged photographs have helped return kidnapped children to their families, and also have caught criminals.
Cosmetologists use the results to teach people how to use makeup, eyewear, and hairstyles to highlight the “good” parts of their face and downplay the less than ideal parts. Dentists and orthodontists use facial beauty analysis to help decide how to change your “bite”, the types of caps or implants that will best suit your facial structure, and to reconstruct malformed jaws.
For the average person who doesn’t want to have plastic surgery, the most common use of this type of program is the one the cosmetologists use. Once you know what your good features are, by learning about your skin tone, how to properly apply makeup, and what types of eye wear and hair styles work best with your face, you can go from average to pretty, or pretty to beautiful. Men can find out what style of facial hair, if any, will make them look their best as well.
Overall, facial beauty analysis is a good way to answer the age old question—“Am I pretty”? Once you have the answer, there are plenty of tricks you can learn to make the most of your appearance. Below are some good reference links to get you started.