Good breeding

Time for another good old-fashioned shallow posting. It’s mostly about white people because -honestly- nobody else matters if we’re being accurate and this way the weebs can’t get pissy.

https://majorityrights.com/weblog/comments/the_facial_proportions_of_beautiful_people

Anyway, why have I bothered to address the upper nasal region at length?  Consider Marquardt’s beauty mask again (Figure 13).  The shaded nasal region is unambiguously European, especially in the upper nasal region, and most non-whites and a number of whites don’t possess this type of nose.


Figure 13: Note nasal region (shaded).

Most non-whites—and some whites, too—have no hope of producing offspring with the fine nasal bones, especially upper nasal region, of the woman shown in Figure 14, even if they bred with her like.

The delicacy is the marker of “good breeding” aka civilization.

e.g.

I include my own example because… well..

No offence that’s quite an ugly looking white woman used here, especially for a Swede.


Figure 14: A woman with fine nasal bones.  Her facial proportions are more appealing for a European than some of the allegedly ideal proportions depicted by Yosh Jefferson in Figure 6; for instance, the eyes in Figure 6 are farther apart than the European norm and thereby more like that in non-Europeans.

Her eyes look weird. Awful example.

Maria Orsic would be much better.

Note: no weird eyes.

Asians literally paint in a massive, deep curve from brow to nose to look more white.

As if the Aryan-coloured contact lenses weren’t creepy enough for that sultry, dead-eyed stare.

They’re not fooling anyone.

And smaller nose, as you can see, is not better. It can make a person look sick (bad breeding) or just plain foreign. It ages something awful. Classic beauties of the Euro or specifically Anglo variety (like this English Rose) actually have a full nose, curved nostrils that don’t flare too much nor too little and a fine-boned nasal bridge all the way up into a more feminine brow, either with a straight nose shape or a slight curve. Rhinoplasties intend to trick the eye with reduced volume but cannot reconstruct upper and midfacial bone structure, especially the dainty variety (well, without a freakish egghead effect).

Straight nose above, and historically:

Compare with a weak nasal bridge, looks a bit like a duck’s bill:

Please ignore the contour makeup and lighting. It’s more obvious without…

It’s objectively, as a feature, an uglier nose. If you shopped these women with Kate or Eva’s nose, they’d be more attractive. That isn’t possible with a classic beauty.

Exotic is not classic. Sexy, yes, but not beautiful. Needs a lot of makeup, like thick eyeliner, to look normal.

An example of weak nose with the curve:

It’s just a little too thin for her face and doesn’t match the nostrils. Close but no.

The bones are clearly heavier in the later examples.
If the jaw is broad, the eyes have more distance. It’s the same with deep sea fish, dammit.

Pretty sure he’s not wearing makeup.

 

English Rose exceptions are possible with a thinner nose as long as it’s straight and the nostrils and tip relatively full. That way it fits the face.

The brow-nose contour natural to white women is blatant there.

Yes, I spend too much time staring at my fellow woman, but I wanted to figure out why one was hot and the other, not. It was pissing me off. I figured it out though.

It’s secretly the look of civility.

While I’m sure you could track IQ by nation or section e.g. Western Europe, it would more closely tack onto cultural sophistication. This is only partially represented in cultural achievements – artistic, scientific, technologic – genius, in other words. Original contribution.

Let us also address Marquardt’s beauty mask from the side (Figure 15).  Marquardt’s beauty mask is clearly that of a European and also that of a masculinized woman; some of the clearly observable masculinized traits [7, 8] include a nasoglabellar region (where the nose meets the forehead) that is curved in a masculine manner, a nose that projects in a masculine manner, a masculine chin region and a sharp gonial angle.

NOT masculine, just white.

White children have this curve, it has F-all to do with male puberty. I had it, everyone I knew had it at school, sit down America the world doesn’t revolve around you and your testosterone neurosis.

….Manly.

Maybe if you don’t know what you’re talking about, shut up?

“curved in a masculine manner” is an oxymoron

nasal projection is feminine 

a cherry chin also, feminine (projection, not the same as the jaw where it chews – gonial)

Americans think a normal chin is a recessed inbred wonder.

[whispers] No.

Stop mouth-breathing.

Beauty has a complex nature.

No, not really. High WHR and so fertility in women, broad shoulders and taller than the average woman for men.

Literally measuring tape tier.

Returning back to Saira Mohan, even though she is able to fit Marquardt’s beauty mask reasonably well, she still doesn’t qualify as a great beauty by European standards.

Standard thot look, eww.

The average girl I went to school with looked better. She isn’t a beauty, she looks slutty.

Big difference. Huge.

Rare example of both.

White men are gracile compared to other races.

They’re still the best-looking.

Bodybuilders starving themselves or mongrel models shouldn’t move your perception for cultural programming reasons. Do they look like an elf or an LA hooker? Case closed.

Rare case of both. Both is the answer.

Note the Asian jawline ruins it.

As you can tell when she turns and how she could’ve looked.

Purer Anglo (North Western European, min) stock is always better for this reason.

Show me one legacy American who looks like that. You can’t.

Even Amber Heard has the manjaw problem and a weak nose.

People in melting pot societies get uglier with every generation and everyone in them gets dragged down eventually (that’s what degeneracy means), compared to what they WOULD have been, it’s just that America has a centuries-long head start on us.

1. Be civil. 2. Be logical or fair. 3. Do not bore me.

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