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May 7, 2020

This Dermatologist Showed What Celebs Would Look Like With Symmetrical Faces And It's Wild

I'll take a not-so-symmetrical face, thanks.

There's been a recent trend on TikTok where people are using the "mirror reflection" feature to see what their faces would look like if they were perfectly symmetrical.

@matowelie

imagine having a symmetrical face🗿

♬ aesthetic vibes - girly.aesthetics.daily

Well, TikTok user @208skindoc is a board-certified dermatologist who recently made a video showing what celebs would look like if their faces were perfectly symmetrical:

@208skindoc

How they look will surprise you #symmetric #asymmetrical #fyp #dermatologist

♬ original sound - 208skindoc

So I decided to download an app on my phone (called Face Symmetry) that essentially does the same thing to try it out on the celebs mentioned above to see if they look similar to the pictures of them in the TikTok video.

Here's what Brad Pitt looks like normally:

Rachel Luna / Getty Images

And here's what Brad Pitt would look like if his face was left and right symmetrical:

Rachel Luna / Getty Images / Face Symmetry

Here's what Kim Kardashian looks like normally:

Jean-baptiste Lacroix / Getty Images

And here's what Kim Kardashian would look like if her face was left and right symmetrical:

Jean-baptiste Lacroix / Getty Images / Face Symmetry

Here's what Denzel Washington looks like normally:

Rich Fury / Getty Images

And here's what Denzel Washington would look like if his face was left and right symmetrical:

Rich Fury / Getty Images / Face Symmetry

Here's what Beyoncé looks like normally:

Robyn Beck / Getty Images

And here's what Beyoncé would look like if her face was left and right symmetrical:

Robyn Beck / Getty Images / Face Symmetry

In the video, Dr. Dustin Portela had an important message: "Even celebrities who we consider to be beautiful would look radically different if their faces were perfectly symmetrical. Everybody has asymmetry in their face and that's perfectly OK. It's important to know that nobody actually has a perfectly symmetrical face, so don't become self-conscious. Embrace who you are and love who you are."

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