Bethany Brings Us Top Five Attractive People with Asymmetric Faces

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5. Emily Blunt: Her chin is asymmetrical, with the cleft off-center and one side pointier than the other. Looks to me like they “fix” it in may photos of her with Photoshop, so it’s more obvious in movies.

4. Cindy Crawford: The mole on the left side of her face ends up making her lips a bit different on each side. But it’s her signature feature.

3. Julia Ormond: Early in her career, her nose was very crooked. We think she’s had it straightened.

2. Edie Falco: The angles of her jawline are different on each side, which also makes her chin quite asymmetrical

1. Shannon Dougherty: People get more asymmetrical as they age, so it’s cheating to pick a picture when they’re older. Here’s a picture of her when she was in her 20s, and you can see her eyes are extremely asymmetrical, with one a good bit lower than the other on her face, and the shapes slightly different. The angles of her jawbone are also pretty different on one side compared to the other, making her cheekbones pretty different too.

Extra: Paris Hilton. Her left eye is almost always more closed than her right eye.

Extra extra: Stephen Fry, the most asymmetrical face ever? Nobody ever claimed he was beautiful, but isn’t his face interesting?

Actually, everyone’s face is pretty asymmetrical, even if you don’t notice it. The way you can tell is by taking the right or left half of your face, then use photoshop to copy and flip it so the left half is now actually a mirror copy of the right half. You’ll see you look quite different.'

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17 Responses to “Bethany Brings Us Top Five Attractive People with Asymmetric Faces”


    Sid White

    Oct 31st, 2010

    Hello, I just wanted to thank you for this website. I am an “up-and-coming” actor and I have an asymmetrical face, I hail from the same neck of the woods as Stephen Fry and I have always felt that my face has been the thing that has been holding me back, stopping me from going for certain parts because I always thought that it would put the casting director off before they even saw me acting. This website gives me real hope and has really made my day. Thank you soooooo much!!



    anon (girl)

    Jan 14th, 2011

    I’m a teenage girl and as cliche as it sounds, looking good matters. Apparently symmetry is beauty, but you have just shown that that can be a load of shit. I have an asymmetrical jaw and uneven cheek bones as one side of my face has grown more than another. This means when i smile, my smile is crocked and I have an underbite when looking from one side. Because of this I’ve had serious self esteem issues, feeling physically ill when i have to look at myself in the mirror, however I had a recent epiphany. I went to an authodentic surgeon re getting it all sorted out when I suddenly changed my mind. Did I think my insecurities would dissapear after this op? Would changing myself for ultimately the good of others make me happy? And honestly i had to answer no because I genuinly feel if i can’t be happy in my own skin I can’t be happy in someone elses. Yes it gets me down still, but things like this website show me, so what? I mean who ultimately gives a shit!? It doesn’t necessarily make me ugly and atleast if I am I know anyone who ever likes me, likes me for me, not my looks lol!

    If anyone ever feels shit about themselves, please try and involve yourself in something else as obsessing about it as I did can lead to depression.

    As some wise guy once said: those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind. X


    Anonymous Reply:

    I believe that the quote is attributed to Dr. Seuss.


    cn Reply:

    Thank you for cheering me up. i definitely feel better as i am reading this.


    Mimi Flower Reply:

    Facial asymmetry can be fixed. Cranial balancing is easier to do than you think and I’m not talking about surgery. Paul St. John has been doing it for years. If you don’t like the imbalances in your face and they genuinely bother you, get your head checked out. Cranial bones are not as fixed and solid as you think and can be drastically changed by someone with the proper training. They can be manually adjusted and it’s typically not painful. There is a great deal of soft tissue between the cranial bones and the temporal bones, in specific, are incredibly mobile. I am a therapist in Paul St. John’s office… I do this kind of work every day (usually as a side issue when fixing other postural imbalances that lead to chronic pain.) People are shocked how even we can make them. I came across your site looking for random asymmetrical faces for training purposes.


    rodrigo Reply:

    I feel curious about that Paul St. John you mentioned, what is that?


    Rach Reply:

    Thanks for your honesty, I have the same struggle. I too, went to an orthodontist who made me feel very insecure about my face structure and offered me expensive surgery, I turned it down though as you did realising that this is who I am :)




    Oct 14th, 2012

    Besides being incredibly ugly, i have low checkbones, beady eyes, crooked nose, lower lip more proeminent than the upper one, i even have like 4 moles in my right check wich enhances the assymetry on my horrid face.Its something like a curse. i have everything i hate in a face.That people may be assymetric faced but theyre gorgeous or cute. Even Fry, not being pretty, he is kind of interesting. I wish i was half the beauty of that people. Im on 30’s. im starting to age and this aint getting better. I am jobless and i cannot compete with pretty girls. Being ugly never hurt so much. Actually i was way more torelable with it when i was younger. But not now. Its a hell of a life. I dont know how longer i will able to deal with this.


    codech Reply:

    i feel like you but i have always been teased of how ugly i am besides my asymmetry problem(specially in school)…like if you look at Shannon Dougherty she’s asymmetric but beautiful with feminine features…




    Oct 17th, 2012

    Silvie, I am so sorry for the struggles you have encoutered. You are not alone. Please don’t give up on life.




    Nov 27th, 2012

    Don’t forget about supermodel Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, she’s incredibly beautiful even though her face isn’t 100% symmetrical.




    Jan 15th, 2013

    Shannon Dougherty is still like very attractive with her face like that. it looks good on her and she has nice facial features too…she looks so beautiful :D




    May 9th, 2013

    To everyone suffering low self-esteem due to their looks– I know it sounds trite, but beauty really isn’t everything. Some of the most miserable and/or nasty people in the world are gorgeous. Then you find those who aren’t so attractive are the nicest, happiest people you’d want to meet. I’ve seen people who have suffered burns or facial deformities and they still manage to find joy in life. I think maybe we, in the west, place way too much importance in looking good. How many years do we actually have on this earth? Life’s too short to constantly worry about how you look. Find something that makes you happy, and do it.




    May 12th, 2014

    Kids used to call me quazi motto but that was mainly because I had bad posture.(lop sided head, one ear is lower) My face is ayymetrical like a Bruce Willis or even Shannon D, but because I excersice regularly women think Im gorgeous and tell me they love my eyes. I ve even heard that they melt when I look at them. I went from being called crooked face to having sex with gorgeous and incredibly symetrical faced women. Beauty has almost nothing to do with symetry and everything to do with health. Being a fat ass isnt cute or sexy. I dont care what your face looks like, take care of your body and sex will no longer be a problem….trust me.




    Nov 3rd, 2014

    asymetric face can make you look older than others at same age. If you grow older your face will be more asymetric than before it means more aging your handsome or beauty will be more lost compared than normals , it is like mine, when i was 15 years old i was a very handsome teen boy. My asymetric face is unnatural, it’ s result of violences when i was a kid started at 5 years old , now i am 39.But don’t be afraid God can heal your natural or unnatural asymetric face.




    Jan 22nd, 2015

    I have a very asymmetrical face that is gettjng much more noticeable as I age as well. On my right side: I have an impacted cuspid tooth and baby tooth, a broader flat cheek, flatter cheek bone, broader lower jaw, bone, dropping mouth and cheek (no Bell’s palsy, stroke, or Lyme), larger eye. On my left: smaller face, higher cheek bone, better skin and muscle tone, good teeth alignment, smaller upper and lower jaw bone, and strangely enough, more and stronger head hair on the left side. It’s like I am two different people coming into one. It is near impossible to take a selfie or to take a photo from the front side of my face where you can see these marked asymmetries and tilt of my upper and lower jaw where my ‘bigger face’ and littler face meet. All this said, I still had a modeling career when I was young! Now coming into my forties, I am considering having braces to at least fix my teeth, and that will correct
    some of the asymmetry, but not all. Looking into the St. John method (very interesting), maxafilio (spelling?) facial surgeon for diagnosis, not necessarily surgery, chiropractic and/or cranial sacral therapy, acupuncture, and doing facial exercises. Loving yourself, the way you feel on the inside, meditation, meaningful work, exercise/diet of most importantance yes! That said, I do at least want a nice smile as I smile a lot naturally and am always hiding my teeth as it now looks like there is a tooth missing where the baby tooth is. :/


    love Reply:

    Have you heard of Parry Romberg Syndrome?
    Most people that have a mild form of it go undiagnosed because it only manifests as slight asymmetry, migranes, facial pain. The extreme cases have very noticable asymmetry and usually they also have linear scleroderma.

    I am not a professional but I think that if you notice that your entire face is slighly asymmetrical, you should probably investigate why. Normal people that have asymmetry might have one eye bigger than the other but everything else is pretty much symmetrical. Now, if you notice that for rxample your left eye is bigger, your left eyebrow is higher, your jawbone/cheeks looks diff from the right side, your lip is crooked or you have a permanent snarly lip etc, your nose is slightly crooked…seeing all these slight asymmetries in one face is alot.

    Looking at pictures until the age of 12 or so my face was very symmetrical. As the years progressed i started noticing slight asymmetry. I am now 25.


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