How Female Artist Would Look Like If Their Faces Were Symmetrical

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No human has a perfectly symmetrical face. That would be weird. However, studies have shown that we’re more likely to be attracted to people with symmetrical facial features.
Use the slider to see what it would look like if a celeb had a totally symmetrical face. Right is the symmetry of the right side of the celeb’s face; left is the symmetry of the left side of the celeb’s face. Leave the slider in the middle to see what the celeb actually looks like.
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24 Replies to “How Female Artist Would Look Like If Their Faces Were Symmetrical”

  1. goku360100

    They got most of these women looking either like men dressed up as women or an alien and Adele looks like she's possessed and is probably gonna give me nightmares. Only one that didn't look horrible was Miley Cyrus.

  2. Ella Bione

    Pink looking like damn Thanos too๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜‚

  3. Sarah Gaither

    Wow Rhianna must be pretty symmetrical – she looks good. The Katie Perry one is dumb tho. She's from the side so her Left had a creepy skinny head and right had a huge head and looks like an alien

  4. Sandeep Shetty

    you can not estimate symmetry unless you have a 3D model of the face …2D pic assumes that the pic was taken with the camera exactly in the frontal plane…which is never the case, there will always be a few degree of misalignment that is not apparent to the human eye…in fact this is the precisely reason why in most of these cases here left/right symmetry (as claimed) one face appears narrower and the other appears broader……and also if the expressions at the time are also neutral and symmetrical …it is possible for a perfectly symmetric face to show an expression that is not symmetrical…ex when we smirk…even our smile is not meant to be symmetrically expressed…at least not for everyone

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