Ogee facial curve

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A "S"-shaped curve made out of two opposing arcs. It is commonly found in drawings and architectural designs. You may ask what does it have anything to do with beauty? The answer is: it has everything to do with beauty. If you look closely on any young women's facial features, particularly on the side view, the high cheek bone sets the top half the "S" shape and the lower face forms the bottom half of the "S" shape of this curvature. The Ogee curve on a person's face is associated with youthfulness and beauty.

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Most things we consider attractive, harmonious and beautiful—animate and inanimate, natural and man-made—appear to have something in common. They repeat the same mathematical relationships and patterns over and over. These patterns are found in nature everywhere: in plants and their leaf arrangements, in the spirals of seashells and in the spiral of our own DNA. They are also present in basic geometric shapes and in music. Ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans recognised these patterns of balance and proportion in their art, architecture and philosophy.

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Our faces are our most incredible asset. They hold the keys to human life. Emotion, social interaction, sensation, expression, cooperation and acceptance.
The Ogee curve is a double S-shaped curvature along the cheeks that gives the face contour and dimension. Younger women have a wide and extensive Ogee curve, which enhances their appearance and gives the upper and mid-face fullness and width. With age, the size of the curve diminishes leaving patients with flat cheeks and a lack of contour to the face. This is due in part to bone loss in the face as well as loss of volume in the deep fat compartments in the face.