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Certain Dimensions And Ratios Create Harmony In The Face Attractiveness Features!
To determine the Face Attractiveness Score, PinkMirror looks into geometric proportions of facial features such as the eyes, nose, lips, etc. and the distance between those. When the face analysis is finished, you are able to see which features of your face determine your beauty score. Beauty is in the balance of these face analysis features which artists from NeoClassical era called the Aesthetic principles. These aesthetic-principles are analyzed from the portraits and they are then drawn and extracted into two generic rules. The ‘Rule of Fifths’ and the ‘Rule of Thirds’. Rule Of Fifths A proportionate face may be divided vertically into fifths with each of those fifths being approximately the width of one eye. Aesthetic balance is considered ideal when the facial features fall within these parameters. The width of the base of the nose is approximately equal to the distance between the eyes.
Leonardo da Vinci, that all-around genius of science and art, developed a formula for determining a well-balanced face. He found that a well-balanced face can be evenly divided into thirds, vertically. The top third is from your hairline to the top of your brows. The middle third is from the top of the brows to the bottom of your nose . The bottom third is from the bottom of your nose to your chin. The Rule-of-Fifths and Rule-of-Thirds are more apt for females. For the males, there are some minor deviations because the facial symmetry is different but it is still mostly the same.
The Angle of the Face and Score Variations
The variation of the face score generally has to do with the angle at which the photo is taken and the pose of the face. Uploading the portrait photo with the person looking straight into the camera is necessary because the calculations need to be accurate. The Rule-of-fifth and Rule-of-third is formulated based on looking straight onto the face so keep that in mind during the uploading phase.