All of us, regardless of the beauty of the person’s face, determine the symmetry and proportion of the face. Research has shown that human perception of its beauty is golden or the ratio is 1.618. The closer the calculated ratios are to this number, the better it looks. For example, the closer the number obtained from the division of the length between the face (the distance from the top of the head to the shoulder) to the width of the head is to the number 1.618, the more attractive it looks.
In fact, the ideals of beauty are determined by considering the golden ratio. A large number of doctors around the world perform facial contouring based on this number. Because if something is not observed in beauty, the person’s face will not only not improve, but its symmetry will be lost.
Aging causes the loss of the golden ratio of the face. Therefore, even people whose faces are symmetrical and compatible with gold, as they age, the proportion and symmetry of their faces go away.