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Subject: Just google facial symmetry. Uniqueness is not the same thing. Winnie Harlow, Ashley Graham, Halima Aden, even our current queens all have extremely diverse and unique features certainly not 'simple' but all very symmetrical. I did a research paper on this subject back in the day. It is interesting how the human mind perceives what we consider beautiful.

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Date Posted: 16:22:07 02/13/20 Thu
In reply to: OP 's message, "so the simpler they look the better? I guess Im asking for more clarification because in the beauty world (at very high levels) different or odd is beautiful. Why do we not appreciate that in the beauty pageant world?" on 16:13:38 02/13/20 Thu

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[> [> [> [> Subject: I just did and I am now realizing that many of the most famous people in the world dont have facial symmetry. So it brings me back to my secondary question of why the pageant world is still looking for that. Maybe thats why our winners become mostly forgettable outside of our knowledge? They arent distinct enough?

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Date Posted: 16:52:44 02/13/20 Thu

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