Jacked like larry
- Apr 13, 2019
In photos you're attention is already drawn to what's on it, and it's not in motion so you can easier catch different failos. Irl you need to have that halo to get attention, either it's from stricking eye area, lower third or hollow cheeks. Having attention drawing stricking features is more important irl than failos, of course to an extend. If you have big failo it will put you down quite significantly, but unless it's not something big it's not that important. Face without failos and halos would look better on photos than face with both halos and failos but 1st face will not be able to draw that much attention as 2nd one. Do you agree?