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Of course what constitutes 'beauty' is a different matter altogether - everyone has different subjective preferences, and for most humans, its not only looks that are important. The view also changes culturally across the globe.
It has long been said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder and thought that beauty varies by race, culture or era. The evidence, however, shows that our perception of physical beauty is hard wired into our being and based on how closely one's features reflect phi in their proportions. Take another look at beauty through the eyes of medical science. Dr. Stephen Marquardt has studied human beauty for years in his practice of oral and maxillofacial surgery. Dr. Marquardt performed cross-cultural surveys on beauty and found that all groups had the same perceptions of facial beauty. He also analyzed the human face from ancient times to the modern day. Through his research, he discovered that beauty is not only related to phi, but can be defined for both genders and for all races, cultures and eras with the beauty mask which he developed and patented. This mask uses the pentagon and decagon as its foundation, which embody phi in all their dimensions.[attachment=4039]
I am actually going through Palate and cranial expansion, plus a new treatment that is pulling the mid-face forward. I can say that as my structure is improving there is an immediate and remarkable change in how women are responding to me. It has absolutely proven to me beyond a shadow of a doubt that women and of course men respond to improved symmetry. I am now a commodity with the opposite sex and it improves every time my symmetry changes which at this point is every day.KevinSPAMMY LINK REMOVED