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The Golden Ratio of Beauty: "There's a "golden ratio" for faces. Faces were considered most attractive when the features were set apart according to certain ratios. Ideally, you want the distance between your eyes and mouth to be about 36 percent of the length of your face. And, ideally, the distance between your eyes should be 46 percent of your face's width..." (Adrianna Lima)

The Golden Ratio of Beauty: "There's a "golden ratio" for faces. Faces were considered most attractive when the features were set apart according to certain ratios. Ideally, you want the distance between your eyes and mouth to be about 36 percent of the length of your face. And, ideally, the distance between your eyes should be 46 percent of your face's width..." (Adrianna Lima)

Free Blank Faces Templates ....can have the kids use Playdough with them and make silly faces, or use for emotions ....just laminate.

Free Blank Faces Templates ....can have the kids use Playdough with them and make silly faces, or use for emotions ....just laminate.

Face lifting exercises for the forehead, eyes, nose, cheeks, mouth, jowls, chin and neck. Free face exercise guide for every part of your face with videos!  #FaceLiftingExercises

Face lifting exercises for the forehead, eyes, nose, cheeks, mouth, jowls, chin and neck. Free face exercise guide for every part of your face with videos! #FaceLiftingExercises

Africa | Afar Woman, Ethiopia. "Facial scarification serves both as a means of establishing tribal identity and a way to enhance physical beauty. The curved pattern of cow horns on the forehead of this serene woman indicates that she is from a cattle-herding family and comes from a gentle and more fertile part of Afar country than the harsh Danakil Depression." | © Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher, writing in the book Faces of Africa

Africa | Afar Woman, Ethiopia. "Facial scarification serves both as a means of establishing tribal identity and a way to enhance physical beauty. The curved pattern of cow horns on the forehead of this serene woman indicates that she is from a cattle-herding family and comes from a gentle and more fertile part of Afar country than the harsh Danakil Depression." | © Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher, writing in the book Faces of Africa

Colouring sheet - use one colour in different shades and hues (all blues?) showing different shading

Colouring sheet - use one colour in different shades and hues (all blues?) showing different shading

natural geographic faces | Faces of Africa Pictures: Wodaabe man from Niger glances at girls

natural geographic faces | Faces of Africa Pictures: Wodaabe man from Niger glances at girls

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