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Feminine vs. Masculine Face?
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FEMININE MAN'S FACE
MASCULINE MAN'S FACE
Case of the gays? Really...wow...you're lame!!!
I think the asian in the masculine face list would be boderline maculine/feminine!
Huh, this is really interesting. (I'm a nerd and this stuff totally fascinates me, so thanks for sharing ;) Anyways, I know that I personally prefer a more masculine face. After all, if I preferred the look of women I'd date them! Besides, I like being the more feminine/girlie one in a relationship.
That being said, I don't necessarily like a guy whose face is "too" masculine in a strict, traditional sense. (I know, I know, who says girls aren't complicated, right?) There is just something about it that is too predictable and boring. To help illustrate what I'm talking about, think of the depiction of Gaston from beauty and the beast. He is what I'd call too classically masculine in that there seems nothing unique or unpredictable about him physically. He almost looks neanderthal-ish. Perhaps a better, real life example of someone who has a masculine face but is not "too" masculine is David Boreanaz from the show Bones
(who I think is probably one of the best looking actors out there today). In almost every way, Boreanaz is the prototype of masculine attractiveness: strong jawline, pronounced brow ridge, wider nasal bridge and strong features). However, to me, the softness of his eyes is what takes him from ordinary, classically (and boringly) masculine to *extremely* appealing. You'd be hard pressed to find anyone who'd argue that Boreanaz looks anything less than very masculine, however, it is this hint of gentleness in an otherwise strong, manly face that (for me, anyways) really makes a guy stand out. It doesn't have to be the eyes, per se, just that hint of softness (or, you might argue, femininity) in an otherwise strong, manly physiognomy.
Now, as far as the study's findings that preferences for different male faces changing over the course of women's menstrual cycle, I don't know that I've personally observed this. I mean, once I find someone attractive, I'm not sure that would change. However, you never know. I'll have to pay more attention to this from now on!
I think it's usually the chin/jaw line. A more masculine face has a thicker, more prominent jawline (maybe more square), and/or a longer chin. A feminine face is usually thinner with a shorter chin.
The brow line can make a difference too, like how prominent it is, but not as much.
I chose combo because I love when guys have long lashes, high cheekbones and full lips but at the same time they should have a good jawline and a bit of beard :3
That's not the real question he's asking.
What he's really asking is:
"Does my face have masculine or feminine traits?"
So, girls, look at his pics and answer it.
Feminine guys are guys that pay a lot of attention to their appearance and hair, they're metro. Even the most masculine face with that kind of attention will appear feminine
I don't really agree here...a feminie/masculine face has nothing to do with how they take care of it...it's more about the features themselves...see what cool-relax said!!
hmm.. that's interesting but I prefer a guy with a masculine face, if I wanted a guy with a feminine face then I mine as well be interested in a woman
Feminine face? Asians and it's not our fault we're born like that.
Masculine, I don't know
Combination or Masculine.
Masculine, but with gentle eyes.
i've chosen masculine forsho!
Combined. I like sweet eyes not intense ones
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Square jaws, larger noses, and smaller eyes are more masculine. Fuller lips, wide eyes, and a softer jawline are more feminine.
I know he's used as an example of a guy with masculine features a lot.
This is more my opinion of a guy with feminine features than anything else.
Studies show that what women prefer depends on their menstrual cycle. When they're ovulating, men with masculine features are more attractive. When they're not ovulating, men with feminine features are more attractive.