Facial symmetry is one specific measure of bodily asymmetry. Along with traits such as For example, evidence has found that ratings of a person's facial symmetry is positively associated with ratings of healthiness of their facial skin.
Studies of naturally occurring human facial asymmetries also provide evidence that symmetry is found attractive, though such studies can be confounded by.
The second theory to explain the preference for facial symmetry is Little and Jones found that the manipulated, symmetric faces were judged.
See inside the current issue of Discover Magazine . Facial Symmetry is Attractive, But Not Because It Indicates Health Studies have shown that people prefer symmetrical facial features in the opposite sex, which many.