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    I think you need to somehow lighten your expression. It smells self-consciousness, which doesn't look good.
    A practical solution would be yoga. I'm pretty sure it would help you a lot.
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    Um, yoga? Seriously?

    How can you tell I'm self-conscious just by looking at photos?

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    Uber you look quite good. What on earth are you talking about?

    Well you don't look very good, but you do look good.

    If you want to do a cosmetic surgery that is your choice though.

    And hey, why not if you simply want to look better?

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    Edgar I expected something funnier from you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    Well you don't look very good, but you do look good.
    Exactly! This is what I've been trying to ask all along! I want to look very good. I would like to get feedback on what to change. What separates very good looks from other kinds of looks? And I figured that heterosexual women would have the best perspective on this sort of thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ü View Post
    Exactly! This is what I've been trying to ask all along! I want to look very good. I would like to get feedback on what to change. What separates very good looks from other kinds of looks?
    I see. I was under the impression that you felt ugly about yourself.

    Well it's best to ask a person who do these surgeries. They know about facial symmetry and how to make people look better.

    For me - What I find attractive -

    It's not about having perfect/good-looking/handsome/pretty features, it's about having one or two features which are attractive.

    So maybe you should consider getting a dimple or something.

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    I can't help feeling that you might get something useful from Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray.

    "The sense of his own
    beauty came on him like a revelation. He had never felt it before.
    Basil Hallward's compliments had seemed to him to be merely the
    charming exaggeration of friendship. He had listened to them, laughed
    at them, forgotten them. They had not influenced his nature. Then had
    come Lord Henry Wotton with his strange panegyric on youth, his
    terrible warning of its brevity. That had stirred him at the time, and
    now, as he stood gazing at the shadow of his own loveliness, the full
    reality of the description flashed across him. Yes, there would be a
    day when his face would be wrinkled and wizen, his eyes dim and
    colourless, the grace of his figure broken and deformed. The scarlet
    would pass away from his lips and the gold steal from his hair. The
    life that was to make his soul would mar his body. He would become
    dreadful, hideous, and uncouth."
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    yeah really...make an apt for a consultation. they likely have very advanced software that could show you what the changes would look like and i'm sure they would have a ton of suggestions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ü View Post
    Exactly! This is what I've been trying to ask all along! I want to look very good. I would like to get feedback on what to change. What separates very good looks from other kinds of looks? And I figured that heterosexual women would have the best perspective on this sort of thing.
    I think a lot of people did answer you, heterosexual women included, and the answer was "facial expression" (which comes from within, which is why people said that you should work on yourself).

    Yes, facial expression plays a HUGE part in 'good looks'.
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    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...=1#post1667296

    You don't ever seem to smile. And like someone mentioned in the thread, you seem to give a sort of a Darth Vader stare which isn't an attractive thing to 'do'. And always always the shades. You should lose them. Infact you look much better in the 3rd pic without the shades.


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    yeah really...make an apt for a consultation. they likely have very advanced software that could show you what the changes would look like and i'm sure they would have a ton of suggestions.
    LX, do you think you - or other ENFP females out there - would ever learn to quote the messages they are referring to or replying to?

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