We just launched our new YouTube channel! Check it out, along with our series on Looks Theory. If you care about optimizing facial attractiveness, subscribe to our channel and hit "read more" to brush up on your mewing technique. While there is beauty in every race, Eurocentric beauty standards seem to dominate. So, what are the common European facial features? Europe is a huge continent, so their facial features can vary greatly.
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Selfies, headshots, mug shots — photos of oneself convey more these days than snapshots ever did back in the Kodak era. Most digitally minded people continually post and update pictures of themselves at professional, social media and dating sites such as LinkedIn, Facebook, Match. As such, it can be a stressful task to select the photo that conveys the best impression of ourselves. For those of us seeking to appear friendly and trustworthy to others, a new study underscores an old, chipper piece of advice: Put on a happy face. A newly published series of experiments by cognitive neuroscientists at New York University is reinforcing the relevance of facial expressions to perceptions of characteristics such as trustworthiness and friendliness. More importantly, the research also revealed the unexpected finding that perceptions of abilities such as physical strength are not dependent on facial expressions but rather on facial bone structure. Study subjects rated how friendly, trustworthy or strong the person in each photo appeared.
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During the interwar period she was hailed as the princess of Polish painting. Critics dubbed her a Slavic goddess or sorceress. And just as often as about her art, they wrote about the scandals she was linked with. How her husband deceitfully had her locked up in an institution for the mentally ill, or how her exhibition was seized by creditors.