Nothing Really Cosmetic About V-line Jaw Surgery Here: Twins Fixed Severe Underbite Condition
Look at the picture above. What is your reaction?
Would it not be a nice world to live in, if we were never judged for our looks? If appearances were just that, and not taken too seriously? But, we don’t live in a utopia like that and perhaps that is a good thing! Why? Honestly speaking, if we could never judge whether someone is attractive or not – how will we choose a mate? Could you honestly say to yourself, that you’ll be okay with marrying a severely obese, booger-eating man-child? I think not! Sorry to bring that image to your mind, but yeah – I think you get the point.
The Science Behind What Makes Someone Attractive
Instead, the reality is that yes, we judge others and others judge us to some level. What can we do here? We can be aware of what is considered attractive, scientifically. We can figure out what you can do to feel and be attractive – to yourself, and to other people. Now, the science behind what makes someone sexy is includes:
- Clear skin as they reflect whether someone is healthy or not.
- Symmetrical faces as this is an indicator of your genes and environment.
- For women, higher foreheads, fuller lips, shorter jaws and a narrower chin.
- High cheek bones, big eyes and a thin jaw.
- Clear eyes -- red or watery eyes can make you look sick!
Not all of us were born with the above traits and the uniqueness of cheek and jawbone facial cosmetic surgeries among Asians, may not be unique to Asians alone!
Most of us do not have it that bad. Before you throw rotten eggs at me, think about this: Will a man notice your beautiful, clear eyes first or a very distracting overbite or under-bite? No matter what race you are, a severely misaligned jaw can sway attention away from your pretty eyes.
Twins Undergo V-Line Jaw Surgery To Correct Severe Under-bites
The picture above is indeed real. Recently, the pair of twin sisters had underwent V-line jaw surgery to correct severe under-bites. According to a Chinese report on Sina.cn, they were sponsored by the Korean reality television show, “Let Me In”.
The show was criticized for focusing on one’s looks and for ignoring other factors that affect attractiveness. Sure, maybe your life wouldn’t depend on double eyelid surgery. But if you’re constantly teased about your jawline or it is actually affecting you negatively in your day-to-day life, then is facial contouring surgery really unnecessary? This could really affect someone both physically and emotionally. What is the solution then?
In this case, there’s nothing really cosmetic with fixing a misaligned jaw. Is there? We’d love to hear your thoughts on this, feel free to leave a comment!
Disclaimer: (The pictures above were derived from the blogosphere and are not associated with Seoul TouchUp)