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February 25, 2011


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Since symmetry is aesthetically pleasing (in people at least), you'd expect that averaging out the asymmetries in people's faces would lead to a more pleasing result. Same as financial portfolio diversification, really.

(But really, personality is more important than beauty, isn't it? :-)


yes its because the faces have been made more symmetrical, and appear to have been heavily airbrushed.

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