How Symmetrical Is Your Face?

We see the beauty in symmetry. Let’s take a look at our environment and surroundings. The beauty of flowers, tree leaves, and many other natural objects show us symmetrical beauty. Scientific research has shown that our eyes are more drawn to symmetric patterns, then to an object itself.

That means that at first sight what people see is not the individual parts of your face but the symmetry in it. Of course, asymmetry can be charming, attractive and eye-catching just like we see in art. But my question is – how do you see your face and how symmetrical is YOUR face?


Here are the photos of me before the Face Yoga Method exercises, right after my terrible car accident made my face asymmetrical. One side of my face is much higher than the other. Check out the eye size. One is bigger than the other. How about the eye brows? One side is much higher than the other. And the corners of the mouth? One side is much higher than the other. Quite shocking.

Two close up photos of Fumiko Takatsu (a woman with black hair) showing her look before and after face yoga

How To End The Asymmetry In Your Face

Most of us have an “asymmetrical” face, mostly caused by unconscious repetitive movements throughout the day. In this video, I will show you a simple eye exercise to make your eye area, especially eye brow more symmetrical. You will be surprised to see how the Face Yoga Method can change your face.

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