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How to develop, widen and make your face more symmetrical

9 March 2015 | By |

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Report dedicated to those who want to make their face more attractive, sexy, harmonious and especially symmetric.

If you belong to those people who have a face that is too long and poorly developed, then you can breathe a sigh of relief. Those days, when you were spending hours in front of the mirror thinking that your face was looking more like a banana that a human face, have gone.

Forgive me if I sound a little rude associating your face to a banana, but that’s what I was thinking about my own face before starting with the Starecta method. So, since I was in the same boat, I dare saying things exactly as they are not dragging them out.

But why don’t you like your long face and underdeveloped cheekbones at all? If you have one of the following two characteristics, then you’re in the right place:

1) Asymmetric Face: you have a long and very asymmetric face (one ear higher than the other, or a crooked nose, or eyes that are not aligned …)
2) Flat Face: you have a long and flat face. Your cheekbones are not evident and your jaw is underdeveloped.

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If you have one of these two problems listed above then there is something very important that you have to know absolutely. Sit, make yourself comfortable and yell out of the window “I am going back to work; do not bother me!”

In fact you need to know that both the asymmetric and flat faces are just consequences of a deeper problem.

They are the result of a skull-mandibular imbalance that affects the entire body. In short, you should know that this imbalance (see Process of The Decline of The Skull) is caused by the fact that the skull is not sufficiently supported by the lower jaw. The skull, not supported by the jaw, slowly sinks compressing the vertebrae. In this process the muscles become asymmetric and literally move the soft tissues (skin, face, ears, nose cartilage, etc.). That’s why some people have eyes that are more closed, higher ears and underdeveloped faces. For further info see How to look Asymmetries.

If the jawbone is not adequately supporting the skull with teeth on both arches, the head tends to fall forward in search for a new support on the mandible. The facial muscles (especially the muscles of mastication) are not trained enough and the face looks sick and flat.

In fact, the real problem is not that the face is too long (many people complain about having a too long face). The real problem is that some long faces are unbalanced, poorly developed and therefore unattractive. In these cases there is an underlying problem that must be solved. And this problem is the skull-mandibular imbalance!

To be more precise: faces tend to look longer when they are not well developed in width, or when teeth are slightly extruded and don’t allow the muscles of mastication to develop the cheekbones and jaw.

If the muscles of mastication do not allow the proper development of cheeks and jaw then the length of the face is emphasized excessively. In fact there is nothing bad in a long face if this is symmetrical, harmonious and developed in all its parts.

You can see how the faces in the pictures below, although very long, also appear very nice and sexy. This is because the muscles of jaw and cheeks are completely developed and compensate very well the face development along its length.

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 Watch carefully how much the jaw muscles are developed. You can see a proper cavity. Look at the protruding cheekbones. The face is smooth and flat, but it is alive and there’s plentiful of muscles that create cavities in the skin. This is sexy!

Yet these two faces are very long.

Now we’ll have a look at longer faces but with poorly developed muscles. These faces even if shorter than the previous ones appear completely flat.

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Hence, no one cares about a long or short face. What really matters is to have a developed musculature.

The point is not to shorten your face or to develop it in width. The point is that you have to develop the facial muscles. That’s what makes a face attractive.

How to develop the facial muscles

Once we know that the best way to make your face attractive is to develop the muscles of mastication, we must find a method that is able to do that.

Fortunately this method already exists: the only method in the world that can develop your facial muscles is the Starecta method.

Starecta method allows you to recover the missing dental heights so that you can create an ideal skull-jaw connection and then look straight and symmetrical. When you have recovered your missing dental heights, the jaw changes its position until it finds the ideal one in relation to the skull.

Through this process, the facial muscles, especially the masseter and the temporal ones, can work again in a harmonious and uniform way, allowing the development of muscle all over your face.

This process is even more evident when there is a severe lack of tooth thickness in the back in the premolar and molar area as shown in these X-ray.

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We can see that the jaw clearly changes the tilt in relation to the skull, creating a gap that is filled by the rear Rectifier. Thanks to this inclination amendment, the facial muscles can work well allowing the harmonious development of the entire face and jaw, forming well developed cheekbones, a visible jaw and dimples in the cheeks.

So Starecta method, thanks to this remarkable tool (the Rectifier ™), is able to bring back the face in symmetry and also to develop it in width.

Starecta then can do three things to your face:

1) Correct asymmetries (open the more closed eye, raise your lower shoulder, etc.)
2) Develop your facial muscles
3) Give your face a sexier and more seductive look.

In order to develop the muscles of mastication and correct the asymmetry you need to insert the Rectifier in your mouth and this will make your facial muscles work.

It will be as if your face was going every day in the gym. Yet instead of lifting weights and lying down on the benches (wet from other people sweat), it will spend its time developing facial muscles.

When I began to apply the Starecta method I noticed right away that some dimples were appearing on my cheeks and that my muscles of mastication were slowly developing. Finally my jaw was strengthened and expanded.

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Obviously I was well over the age of development so I was conscious that I could not completely change my appearance. But I was developing my face and that was making me very happy…

But there is something else you need to know!!!!

To make sure that your face is being extended in width and that the muscles of mastication are developed you must use a lever. So during the application of the Starecta method your face will stretch temporarily because of the insertion of the Rectifier.

The role of the Rectifier is just to stretch the muscles and make them develop. Then the temporary elongation of the face it is necessary to allow the enlargement of the face itself.

This elongation effect is only temporary. At the end of the application of the Starecta method (already after only a few months) you’ll get a balanced, radiant and symmetrical face.

P.S. mouth breathing is among the most common symptoms that will disappear immediately after application of the Starecta method. With Starecta you will be able to breathe through your nose rather than your mouth, once again.

Look How Starecta Works on Face Asymmetries:

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