“The No Such Couple Paradox” is an ebook that presents a brand new theory explaining human sexual attraction. Our love choices depend on facial features. Other factors naturally gain importance in later stages. Apart from scientific analysis, the ebook covers a wide range of other topics: from dating and matchmaking to plastic surgery. More than 30 studies are mentioned.
The “Hormonal Law of Attraction” is evidenced by the eponymous “No Such Couple Paradox.” The author challenges anyone to overthrow his findings: “Find at least one celebrity couple in the whole wide world, or should I say World Wide Web, that contradicts my theory, in particular the titular Paradox!” First, get acquainted with certain guidelines regarding “reading” facial features.
There are two editions of the ebook: one without celebrity photos and one including them. The second edition contains over 40 celebrity photos, most of which are Hollywood celebrity couples, but also some politicians.
Your job is to find any long-term celebrity couple, in which the man has very effeminate facial features, and the woman has a exceptionally feminine face.
Briefly speaking, the facial features that contribute to an overall feminine image are:
- large, set wide apart eyes
- oval face
- full lips
- small chin
- round cheeks
- high, narrow, curved forehead
- high-placed thin eyebrows
- small, short nose
- delicate bone structure
- facial elements (eyes, nose, mouth) located relatively low
In contrast, attributes of typically masculine facial traits include:
- deep-set small and set close together eyes
- low-placed tick eyebrows
- low, broad forehead
- pronounced brow ridge
- pronounced cheekbones
- strong chin
- squared jaw
- big, long nose
- small lips
- strong bone structure
Bear in mind that we are evaluating the whole face. Otherwise, it is easy to get things out of perspective. One or two masculine facial feature in a woman's face don't make a this face masculinized, if all other elements are definitely feminine. Hollywood socialite Kim Kardashian has high cheekbones and a low forehead - these are masculine traits. But her overall facial appearance exudes femininity (all other features are definitely feminine). In particular, her nose and chin are small when compared to the length of the whole face.
Likewise, Leonardo DiCaprio's face is quite robust, even though he has a small nose, which is a feminine characteristic.
His face is boyish, but still quite masculine compared to Matthew Broderick's for instance. Potent bone structure, sharper image can be seen only in Leonardo DiCaprio's face. Mainly due to deep-set, closely set-together eyes, thicker eyebrows and stronger brow ridge.
Someone could object: “Maybe Leo's got more masculine eyes and eyebrows, but Matthew has a stronger chin". Wrong, this is something like an optic illusion. In fact Leo's chin is bigger than Broderick's when compared to the length of the whole face.
This brings us to another clue: facial features must always be evaluated in comparison to the size of other elements of the respective face. Proportions matter most. Otherwise you have no point of reference, and your evaluation becomes completely subjective.
As mentioned already, some characteristic features may be misleading. We have to judge the whole face. Therefore, the sole thickness of the bone structure of the skull is a very important guideline. Take for instance supermodel Kate Moss. She has some feminine elements in her face. But when you look at the whole face, it is impossible not to notice the vast masculinization of facial features, mainly due to potent bone structure.