I was using two apps called Beauty Score and Golden Ratio, and they rate your facial attractiveness based on I guess symmetry and math. So you place the dots on the corresponding parts of your face, blah blah, and they score you. Well I'm curious but are they accurate apps? I scored a 5 out of 10 and then I scored a 6 to of 10 when I changed it and then I used a different one and I got a 0.1 out of 10. Seriously? But people in real life say I'm pretty/beautiful... but people have said to take these apps with a grain of salt.
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I'll speak as a programmer. Golden ratio takes into account three dimensions while photos only have two. The amount of adjusting you have to code for is staggering not to mention that the user is being asked for input other than the picture itself. It's would be a ridiculous mess of code.
If you didn't get any of that, try this: it's not accurate and you don't need to validate yourself with apps. You have what you have and you have to make due with it.0
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