Our face is generally the first thing that people see when they look at us. Thus, it is important to have a balanced face. From forehead to chin, there are many areas that can affect the overall look of our face. Whether it’s genetic or age, no one wants to have a saggy/droopy, flat and disproportionate face.
Harmony of the face is determined by the facial balance of the aesthetic proportions of the vertical fifths and the horizontal thirds of the face, along with the relationship among the eyes, nose, cheek, and lips.