I'm doing my first asymmetrical face analysis, and I'm excited to work with this beautiful girl who applied for this opportunity. Her main concern is a slightly upturned left nostril and asymmetrical eyes, which are more noticeable when she smiles. Her resting face appears relatively symmetrical, but her smile reveals more asymmetry, especially on the left side, which appears more active. So, let's go through three exercises and tips that can help her achieve a more symmetrical smile. And if you're interested in applying for this opportunity, don't forget to send some smiling photos as well!
1. Relax the cheek muscle
First, let's address the cheek muscle on the left side, which is the main contributor to her nostril concern. To relax this muscle, use your fingers or knuckles to apply gentle pressure on the outer side of the overactive left cheek muscle. Avoid stretching the skin and instead move in a zigzag pattern or hook and lift motion. My favorite method is to reduce mid-cheek lines and feels the most effective. Remember not to cause friction during the massage, and you can perform this exercise for a few minutes daily.
2. Nose Exercise
We're going to focus on the left nostril which is slightly elevated. Hold it gently and move it downwards. You can do this on both sides, but for her case, we'll focus on the overactive left side. Do this gently, just a few times, to avoid inflammation or stretching the thin skin around the eyes.
3. Body Posture
Improving your face posture is key to addressing asymmetry. This includes your body posture, face posture, eating posture, mewing posture, tongue posture, and all kinds of posture. It's important to relax overactive muscles in the face, such as the levator labi superiorios alaeque nasi, on the affected side. Regular massages can help, but it's necessary to maintain good posture consistently to see lasting results. Pay attention to your body posture by keeping your weight balanced evenly on both feet and sitting with your head aligned with your spine and your seat bones evenly on the chair. Another important factor is chewing evenly on both sides of your mouth to ensure a symmetrical jawline. I
I'm excited to conduct my first asymmetrical face analysis and I'm working with a girl who has applied for this opportunity. She's concerned about her slightly upturned left nostril and asymmetrical eyes, which become more noticeable when she smiles. After analyzing her face, we've found that her resting face appears relatively symmetrical, but her smile reveals more asymmetry on the left side. To help her achieve a more symmetrical smile, I've created three exercises and tips. Firstly, we'll address the overactive left cheek muscle, which is the main cause of her nostril concern. Secondly, we'll focus on the slightly elevated left nostril by gently holding and moving it downwards. Lastly, improving overall face posture is crucial to addressing asymmetry, including body posture, face posture, and tongue posture.