Cosmetic Surgery Guidelines: What is Beauty?
If you ask a room full of people on what is beauty, you would probably find yourself a myriad of answers. This is because beauty is something relative. If you sit through a cosmetic consultation, you would probably hear varying requests from patients on their specific preferences and their view of what is beautiful in their eyes and their expectations after cosmetic surgery is done.
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So what is beauty? For others who like to think of it philosophically, they would probably say that beauty is something deeper than what the eyes can see. But in the field of arts and science they say that beauty is something that can be measured.
It is said that the right proportions both in the face and the body best defines beauty. And this holds true for different cultures. With that fact the multibillion cosmetic industries boomed due to the high demand of many people, males and females alike, searching for ways to improve the way they look. They want to change it to something that society or what they see as physically beautiful. And most people don’t know this, but they are more attractive to a face that has good symmetry or proportion.Insights-Beauty Race with Dr Andrew Kim and Dr Angelo Tsirbas, cosmetic surgeons from Esteem Cosmetic Studio
As I have mentioned earlier there is an exact measurement to what is considered to be beautiful. This is so because artists during the renaissance period introduced that symmetry is beauty. This is when the golden ratio comes in. For those of you who have encountered this term for the first time, the golden ratio is that specific measurement that results to symmetry of the face and the body. It is a proven fact that a face that is symmetrical attracts more attention compared to that which is not proportionate.
The golden ratio in terms of beauty includes the position of your eyes and their distance to each other, the length of the nose, and the form of the chin. To put it in numbers, they say that the right proportion is 1.618. There is a way of measuring it which is done by dividing the face in three fields. When all three fields render the same results, then that is when someone is considered to have a mathematical beauty!
It may not be a romantic term to describe beauty. But when a cosmetic surgeon understands this and is able to come up with the right results without deviating from what the golden ratio of beauty states, then he is successful.
So how do you keep your face within the fine lines of beauty when you choose to go under the knife? Just make sure that you find a competent surgeon who is knowledgeable and skilled to give you the right enhancements. A good cosmetic surgeon would know how to form and sculpt the face to come up with the perfect proportion and not something from the pages of worst celebrity cosmetic surgeries.
A surgeon’s ability is not enough but he also has to have the knowledge of how beauty is to be communicated.
Instead of scaring or grossing out people, attract them instead with a successful cosmetic surgery that best enhances your features. It is basically all about proportion. And people are most attracted to a face that has a good overall symmetry. So give yourself a big favor and take the time to find a good surgeon.
The Esteem Cosmetic Studio website provides general information about cosmetic surgery. General information is not a substitute for professional medical advice and treatment, and should not be accepted in place or in preference to a consultation with a surgeon.
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