Jawline moving make-up

Since the fake eyelids revelation freaked enough of you out.

Yes. It is real. You cover it with foundation.

Notice how the mandible itself (the true jaw) cannot be compressed at the corner edges, except with surgery.

Why I don’t trust “contour”. It’s old theatre make-up, literally it is, to look like another person.

This is, according to her, “a small face”. As you can see, still square.


In a natural square jaw (see Jolie or Grace Kelly for white ones) the corner of the “square” is lower than in other women.

A higher-set corner, smooth (less bone) and curved jaw sweeping down to the chin is feminine.

 

I’m scientifically, indisputably correct on that point.

 e.g.  

THAT is a gracile jaw.

Finally, the angle of the face is important. She naturally tucks her chin to recess her face’s sides in shadow behind hair but she actually has a recessed chin already. That’s unhealthy, causes double chins but culturally encouraged.

It’s strange how this is suggested once you’ve watched that.

Square-jawed Hollywood women get Botox to reduce the muscular prominence of their jaw.
http://capeaesthetics.co.za/2016/04/12/botox-for-bruxism/

So it isn’t like Asians are the only ones.

And plenty of “White” Jewish girls are still pushing the definition of natural into absurdity.

Very natural, quack quack on, bitch.

A hallmark of that eye surgery is that to appear more doe-eyed, the best the surgeon can do is make the eyes look more distant from one another. This requires more surgery to open them out again, giving them that sexy ET look.

Ew.

Video: Popular Asian make-up

80% paint (the thickness, it isn’t really makeup) and 20% filters is correct.

A sense of humour about it is healthy, the women who do that constantly, they’re like Asian chavs (chavs are known for thick, tacky makeup).

This is the webtoon mentioned in the comments.

https://th.webtoons.com/en/drama/truebeauty/list?title_no=1436&page=1

The similarity to chav makeup is pronounced.

All you need between these styles is more dark muddy colour on the brows and eyes and, instead of fake tan and bronzer, paler makeup with blush.

That’s literally it. All the face shape changing is the same: bigger eyes, thinner nose etc. except chavs naturally have some of this and accentuate it.

The details that look more European are: taping the face to look thinner and with a smoother jaw, the celebrities get liposuction there (yes, you can get lipo on the face), making the eyes larger and the overall head smaller, the whiteface makeup kinda obviously (yes, that is what it’s called) to neutralize the yellow tones, making a fake Euro nasal bridge out of medical wax (syphilitic women used to do that when their nose caved in!), celebrities can get implants for a fake nasal bridge, fake eyelids with surgical tape (that’s what it is), again, celebrities get surgery for permanent fakery, thick liner on the lid seems to increase eye height and eye prominence combined with plastic lashes, usually contacts are added, smaller mouth drawn on (like a doll, a Victorian doll, baby mouth – not sexy!!!).

It’s disturbing. I’d like to see an Asian man do this makeup.

When chavs do it, it’s bad enough.

Race-bending? Too cringe.

Why does China encourage this?

Well, taking over the world culturally requires a very specific push: making out like your women are the standard of beauty.

South Koreans usually innovate ways to achieve these deceptions first and that includes surgery.
It puts suggested videos like this into perspective.
Their skin is as real, natural and perfect as her lilac hair.

If you’ll believe that’s how she naturally looks, genetically, you’ll believe anything.

One of the top ways to spot the Asians who got White lid surgery? They look from many angles like Down’s syndrome eyes. I’m not saying it’s bad, I’m just saying it’s similar.

Proof:

See?  And that’s with the makeup. Lower is bare.
Told ya so. It’s the extreme tilt and excess, oddly formed skin including beneath the eye (the eyeball size doesn’t change!). It looks unusual.

To move the upper lid and make the area loose for a new lid, skin is pulled taut from the lower to make room in the skull’s hole. This causes the lower lid to drag and stick on the still Asian, large eyeball.

Personally, I find that a creepy tell because… why do that?

It’s your SKULL.

A sign of jaw “reduction” (it involves bone saws) is the chin looks about twice the volume it should (after reduction itself) because the teeth (look at a skull) are still very developed so vertically the face is trying to be oval but the masculine jutting is still prominent. There is no cherry chin fat (uncommon European trait) or line, typical in Europeans, it’s very flat.

They moved so much, it has to be!

The eyes look too small without makeup because the jaw used to add structure.

I don’t really need to comment on that. She’s considered a famous beauty “idol”.

Note the teeth too.

So instead of oval, the face looks long. Head tilting is a tell.

Chav v. Korean makeup, all that differs is texture and colour.

 

I wonder who one got surgery to look like. It’s like looking at a cartoon.

One has naturally large eyes, the other tries to look like that.

Look at the central third of the face. Moving it would damage the hearing so it looks way too flat because most of its natural shape has been excavated.

When they get even more work done, they look like a blow-up doll. Same model, obvious face-on.

Again, if you believe that’s genetic beauty, I have a range of unicorns to sell you.

Lips are overtly over filled (the border sucks).

Imitating a white nose with surgery, as here, makes it look chunky and blocky like a white man because the rest of the face doesn’t conform (especially the brow bones) as it would in a natural. The nostrils are still large for breathing, usually, so they look vaguely African (finer nasal bridge). Despite high cheekbones (you can get implants or smoothing), you can’t see the same structure in the rest of the face, because it isn’t natural. It never developed from anything genetic. At least contouring is done on the whole face.

I find the sex doll look disgusting so I’m pointing it out. Uncanny Valley.

Make-up is one thing, surgery to look like a sex toy is another.

Does this apply just to makeup and filters?

Hell yes, my friend. Yes, it does.

Chav v. makeup experiment up top, finished result:

I know fake when I see it.

Link: Why isn’t the mind like engineering? Why can’t we ‘fix’ the brain like a car?

http://aeon.co/magazine/psychology/why-cant-we-unite-neuroscience-and-psychiatry/

It sounds like a stupid question but it isn’t. Why can’t we just fix mental illness? Simply, our present paradigm is wrong.

We moved from the Medical Model (when did you last hear the accurate term ‘mental disease’?) to the psychiatric one (which isn’t one at all, really, since they patch up symptoms and call it a day). It was supposed to be the other way around but the lure of profit and the over-inflation of chemical solutions (and humiliatingly stupid, simple theories like ‘depression is caused by insufficient serotonin’) have conspired to create it. It should’ve been the opposite. Symptom to cause. Cause to cure. Cure to prevention.

We should have fewer and fewer disorders of the mind each year. Instead we have more in an ever-expanding lexicon where most people become mentally abnormal, a mathematical impossibility. It’s profiteering from the creation of suffering and it certainly isn’t science, which cuts the chaff.

The current paradigm is tainted and informed by politics. We no longer have a paradigm of the mind. The modern paradigm is informed by what is politically correct. Not that correctness, per se, but a more subtle one that dresses up in ethic’s clothing (human rights! respect my feelings! even when my feelings are insane!) while breaching larger ethical issues themselves (such as drugging and operating on children’s genitals). If enough people object, the psychiatrists cave to the public peer pressure of their clients, who have all the money and none of the sense. Their testimony is used in a court of law to justify common whim. It’s terrifying.

The brain is distinguished as the organ defined by its history. A blank brain is a broken brain. Arguably, our biological lifespan is defined by our growth and complexity of this organ. It isn’t car parts.

Taking the moral issue of Should We? fix it, which has dystopian applications given government control over these areas and past lobotomization of innocents (such as those rebelling or awaiting a large inheritance) and considering the Theseus Ship problem. Considering how much ‘wrong’ in the brain is structural, how much of the structure could or should we replace? [Bear in mind, these structures are destined by genetics.]

The postmodern evil is to consider all situations relative and become impractical and impotent.

Even better, give them a pitying look and smirk no matter what they say.

It’s afraid to be a science. Smoking doesn’t cause lung cancer, that’s a correlation! It weasels and worms into your personal life. It’s afraid of offending anyone, it’s afraid of stating the truth and it’s especially afraid of curing its repeat customers.

A better comparison would be genetics. Just because you can read them (Rosetta Stone Problem) doesn’t mean you understand them (like the author). If we start tampering and randomly throwing out what appears to be ‘junk’ (junk DNA is a myth) then like all the failures of social engineering (9/10 easily) we will make the problems unimaginably worse from hubris. They refuse to wait. They refuse to fully understand the thing they’re chopping away at. They are not scientists and they should not be allowed within 500 yards of any scientific establishment. If they were to be held criminally responsible for what they do that would be something. Nobody should be above the law.

This also pertains to the Qualia Problem, look it up. And the supposed Hard Problems like consciousness. We have all these stories, these myths of the mind that are unfalsifiable as Freud yet he is disregarded while the latest, trendiest theories are respectable. It’s madness.

There are no First Principles of the Brain and there should be.
Going back to the dumbarse explanation of depression. What is depression? Where’s the medical test? Why not? OK, assuming it is serotonin levels, why doesn’t supplementation work? What about diet? What about generative cell implants? No? Why does none of that work?

Psychiatry has no theories.

Psychiatry has pets.