Why attractive faces are made not born- The IMPACT of genes on facial attractiveness
Facehacking: The Science of Attraction
Published at : 22 Jan 2021
Edit: changed title on 100218
A common trope is that attractive faces are a result of good hormonal profiles- i.e high Testosterone or estrogen levels. We often encounter this stereotype online when we see men attributing traditionally “masculine features”- such as a defined jaw line, strong cheekbones, extreme brow projection, a high facial-width-to-height ratio and a square face- to high levels of Testosterone. Likewise, it is assumed that women with pretty, feminine features have high estrogen levels, as these facial features are thought to be an indicator of a strong immune system, genetic potential and fertility.
As such, facial attractiveness is oft assumed to be genetics-based, and luck determines if you have a model face or a face only a mother could love.
However, this is actually not as true as we think. With the discovery of orthotropics and tongue posture, alternative sources of knowledge have surfaced bringing forth the revolutionary new premise that facial beauty is simply a result of adoption of proper tongue posture since young and anyone can have a beautiful face. This knowledge will break society given the importance modern society places on looks, as future generations of children will be able to take control of their looks. Given the knowledge of the blackpill that women do judge men first and foremost based on their looks, this has huge ramifications.
This video aims to pierce through the myriad of different stereotypes on what causes faces to grow up to become beautiful- and uncover the truth- if facial attractiveness is actually genetic.
If it is, then nothing much can be done. But if it ISN’T, then a lot of things have to change. Watch to find out..