Be not afraid of beauty! Some are born beautiful, some achieve great beauty, and some have beauty thrust upon ’em.
~ Dr. J.
I have paraphrased William Shakespeare’s quote from Twelfth Night. Some are born with beauty genes: like Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt. Beauty is thrust upon some rich and famous – like Elizabeth Taylor who acted as Cleopatra in 1963 movie. Rest of us have to work hard to adopt the secrets of beauty. No matter to which group from or what your age is, by practicing beauty secrets you can achieve great beauty and maintain it. The commercials on beauty products contain marketing gimmicks, misinformation, and beautiful models. My medically no-nonsense analysis of beauty products will save you lots of time, money, and from false promises.
This triggers the tooltip say: “Workers of above average beauty earn about 10 to 15 percent more than workers of below average beauty,” and they call it beauty premium. The effect rendered by beautiful people is called Halo Effect. . The halo effect causes one trait (e.g., beauty) to drastically color your perception of all other traits. Liking beautiful people is built into the DNA of humans. There is no training needed to humans to like good looking people. Psychologist Robert Cialdini writes in his best selling book, Influence, “We automatically assign to good-looking individuals such favorable traits as talent, kindness, honesty, and intelligence.”
n 1972, psychologists Karen Dion, Ellen Berscheid, and Elaine Walster conducted a study to see just how beauty elicits the halo effect. The subjects, however, were told that the study was focused on first impressions. Each person received three envelopes containing three photographs that the researchers had rated on a scale of attractiveness—highly attractive, average, and not so attractive.
The subjects had to look at the photographs and then judge 27 different personality traits. They had to determine which person in the set of photos possessed traits like altruism, stability, etc. Then they had to judge whether these people were happy, along with their marital, parenting, and career status.
The results? With nothing but a picture to base their judgments, participants judged that highly attractive people possessed most of the positive traits, and possessed them more strongly, than others. They were also seen as happier and more successful, as better parents and as holding better jobs.
All of these assumptions were determined from one picture.
In another study (link is external) from 1974, researchers gave essays to participants with a photo attached to it. Some received an essay with a photo of an attractive woman, others an essay with a photo of an unattractive woman. The participants were asked to rate the quality of the writing; researchers didn’t mention the photo in their questions.
The result? When people assumed the essays were written by attractive woman, they judged them as better written, more in-depth, and more creative. The catch? The essays were identical.
Abercrombie & Fitch tries to sell more clothes by having good-looking sales associates.
Beauty science is complex and I will try to simplify it. I want to give you medically no nonsense description of beauty. I want you to achieve external and internal beauty to become completely beautiful. Follow the steps below to become “ridiculously good looking,” whether you are a man or a woman. Men need to just strip out the “feminine stuff” from the following steps to become “ridiculously good looking.”
- Follow Dr. J’s Ten Beauty Commandments.
- Know your Beauty Numbers — only way to measure your beauty.
- Know Your Health Numbers — because, there is no glowing beauty without optimal health.
- Get Free Radical Test (or Oxidative Test) done and know your numbers.
- Get genetic beauty testing done before selecting a good and compatible beautician, aestehtician, dermatologist, and plastic surgeon -and also a Integrative Medical physician. When you talk to them use the No Nonsense Beauty info from this website.
- Know your Golden Ratio Numbers. Get your facial and body symmetry close to Golden Ratio numbers through fashion, makeup, jewelry, clothes, shoes, and importantly – correct medical procedures.
- Know your skin type before you do anything about your beauty and fashion care.
- Moisturize, moisturize, moisturize — your face, all over body, and hair.
- Protect, protect, protect — your skin and hair from sun and toxins.
- Inflammation is the root of all evil to your health and beauty. Ban inflammation.
- Perform daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, and yearly beauty care religiously from head to toe. 80% of your beauty care must go to facial beauty; and the other 80% must go to your body beauty! Remember the beauty math: 80% + 80% = 100%!
- Perform correct skin care for your age group and skin type. Your skin regimen should be: (1) cleanse, (2) tone, (3) exfoliate, (4) protect, (5) moisturize, (6) firm-up, (7) repair, and (8) maintain.
- Follow Dr. J’s Beauty Diet Plan every day which is nutrient-rich, anti-AGEing, anti-inflammatory, anti-glycating, and alkaline.
- Mix exercise and yoga and do it every day. Manage your physical health. Achieve optimal health.
- Nourish and repair your facial skin with Tretinion, antioxidants, and peptides.
- Use ultrasound, RF, LED (red and\or blue) home devices regularly to repair and treat your skin.
- Sleep well. Repair and maintain your skin when sleeping. Sleep in beauty-boosting positions.
- Manage your stress level. Manage your emotional and mental health.
- Get correct beauty and medical procedures at the right time. Prepare your health and beauty calendar.
- Use makeup, and fashion to enhance your beauty.
- Follow Dr. J’s 7 Pillars of Optimal Health and Radiant Beauty.
- Follow Dr. J’s Wheel of Total Health.
- Stay away from toxic substances; and also from toxic thoughts and people.
- Find your brain-beauty connection, and strengthen it.
- Follow Dr. J’s QQB Principle: maintain quality, quantity, and balance – for beauty – more importantly for grace.
- Achieve glowing external beauty and exuberating internal beauty – give importance to both – not one or the other; which makes a complete beauty package.
Attractive people enjoy enormous advantages in life. People are positively biased towards them. Due to a halo effect people assume that they are as good in every way as their fine features and toned abs. This gives them an advantage in any business or career where public-interaction plays a role, whether in advertising and sales, or as press secretaries and CEOs.
For this reason, companies like Abercrombie & Fitch hire only attractive applicants to staff their stores. And they do so without breaking any law. Legal challenges can only be mounted when appearance-based employment practices can be linked to discrimination on the basis of a protected category like race or gender.
The favorable bias toward attractive people also endows them with benefits in situations that seem entirely inappropriate. They receive lighter sentences from juries and better wages in positions where their attractiveness has little to no impact on their productivity. Even as schoolchildren they are doted upon more by teachers, which impacts their career trajectories. And all this bias frequently operates without people being aware of it.
Confucius who said “everything has its beauty but not everyone sees it”. Beauty is… We all remember sayings such as beauty is skin deep, is only skin deep, is not only skin deep, is in the eye of the beholder, comes from within and so forth. The American writer Jean Kerr said “I’m tired of all this nonsense about beauty being only skin deep. That’s deep enough. What do you want – an adorable pancreas?”
We’re told not to judge a book by its cover or a person by his or her face. But, everyone does it all the time. So, to get ahead, “become really really ridiculously good looking,” and to achieve it, keep reading.
Why does the world instinctively revere beautiful people? It’s because of our DNA. Every human being
is hard wired to prefer beautiful people. There is a very good reason for this. Every human brain is
genetically programmed to recognize beauty as a sign of genetic perfection. Beauty is a representation of
health and genetic viability. It indicates to men that the woman being viewed is a perfect candidate for
housing his children. It indicates to women that the man being viewed as a perfect source of Y
chromosomes that will maximize the chance of her child’s survival. There’s no way for humans to look
inside each other to determine who has a higher level of genetic perfection than another. This is why
physical beauty becomes necessary. It is a reflection of the genetic perfection on the inside of the
biological machines we call our body. Therefore beauty is not quite as “skin deep” as stipulated by the
people are born with an average of 30% of their DNA being bad – hence giving them an
“average” appearance (which is really a misnomer, as I’ll discuss in a bit). Beautiful people are those
who have less than 30% of their DNA being bad, thus giving them a much better chance at advertising
their innate perfection than everyone else. Either way, everyone is hard wired to recognize symmetry as
being beautiful – even people who have 30% bad DNA.
genotype (G) + environment (E) + genotype & environment interactions (GE) → phenotype (P)
By DNA pattern, we are actually referring to a phenotype of human DNA. A phenotype (in layman’s
terms) is a particular physiological configuration, such as blue eyes, dark skin, long hair and so on.
The beauty traits are defined by genotype and environment that is where “some are born beautiful” comes in. Some achieve great beauty by hardwork and following the “rules of beauty.” Some have beauty thrust upon them by wealth, fame, aesthetic procedures, fashion and makeup; which makes ordinary beauty to become adorable beauty.
Therefore scientifically speaking, the more genetically average the components of someone’s
appearance, the more beautiful they are perceived to be. The less genetically average the components of a
person’s appearance, the more hyper specific they are, and thus the less beautiful they are perceived to
be. Beauty in humans can therefore be scientifically defined as:
Any phenotypic configuration that represents the most average genetic permutation of
The female brain latches on to
geometric symmetry in the
upper body of a male (face to
A person who is considered to be beautiful also possesses perfect symmetry in the physical shape of their
bodies. By this we mean that whatever curves are represented on one side of the body are perfectly
mirrored on the other. Symmetry also refers to the curvaceous shape around the muscles of the limbs and
the cheeks of the face. Symmetry covers the shape of the eye sockets, the concave curvature of the nose
bridge relative to the arch of the eyebrows which should be mirrored in the lips by a ratio of
approximately 1.618 – also known as the Golden Ratio.
Symmetry is what allows the female brain to recognise the size of the biceps in a man’s arm relative to
the muscles in his lower arm. It allows her to recognize the breadth of the shoulder which is at a ratio of
1.618 with his stomache, which is at the same ratio with his thighs, which are the same ratio with the
width of his knees and ankles.The same ratio also exists in the length of the thighs in comparison to the
length of the shin.
Women automatically fixate on a male’s upper body because it is a relatively good representation of a
strong, healthy specimen. This ratio of all physical elements of the body are hardwired into a woman’s
brain. She doesn’t know it, but it’s how she determines which male is more handsome (and thus, more
suitable) than another.
The Male brain fixates on the geometric symmetry in the mid and lower
sections of a female’s body (breasts to thighs). The determination is
Symmetry is what allows the male brain to recognise the size of a woman’s buttocks relative to her
breasts as a ratio of 1.618 . It allows him to recognize the width of her chest as being the same ratio with
her hips with her waist being the complete inverse in ratio with both her breasts and hips. This sends a
signal to a man that the woman has a well formed birth canal and has hips perfect for having children.
The same ratio applies to her relative height to his. Even if a woman is short, if the ratios on her body
retain adherence to the Golden Ratio of 1.618, she will still be regarded as being symmetrically perfect.
This ratio is genetically hardwired into a man’s brain. He doesn’t know it, but it’s how he determines
which woman is more sexually appealing than another.
Now I should mention that no person actually goes out with a ruler and a calculator to make these
measurements and do the calculations to determine beauty. All of these mathematical and geometric
quantities are hard wired into every human’s brain. So we make these recognitions automatically.
However, in the case of humans who are considered to be beautiful, measurements were taken by
scientists and the magic numeric ratio of 1.618 turned up in all cases.
Where humans were found to be physically imperfect (thus indicating that they are a genetically
undesirable host), the ratio disappeared. So beauty is not just the recognition of an appearance. It’s the
recognition of the mathematical and geometric quantity of this Golden Ratio of 1.618 that is programmed
into our psyche by our DNA.
Rule # 1: To look beautiful or handsome, you must acheive golden ratio of your entire body and more particularly your face.
Scientists describe beauty as being a summation of averages. Geometrically, it is a configuration of
symmetrical lines. Mathematically, beauty is expressed as a ratio of 1.618. Some of this may seem like
high minded science to you, but it is all preprogrammed
into everyone’s brain. You don’t need to think
about it or understand how it works because it’s already a part of your genetic wiring. This is what allows
us to recognise beauty instantly and automatically.
Because of this, we can instantly tell when an artist’s rendering of the human form is unrealistic as in the
case of artwork or animation. This is what also allows us to tell when someone’s appearance seems
“off“, when we can’t quite place what it is. It’s just that part of the brain that interprets visual and other
information matching it against nature’s hard coded standard of beauty.
Your face must have golden ratio to look beautiful (perfect beauty 10/10). If you are not born with golden ratio, the only way you can get is by facial plastic surgery. Your skin must be healthy, smooth, shiny, firm, wrinkle-free and have a radiant glow. A face with wrinkles can be beautiful with right medical procedures and makeup. Your eyes, nose, lips, ears, teeth, eye brows, eye lashes, chin line must have golden ratio to look beautiful. Mona Lisa’s face has golden ratio. But, beauty is not limited to facial beauty. Your entire body must have proportional curves and have golden ratio.
Seven characteristics of Beautiful skin are:
Your beauty regimen starts with diet, exercise and sleep. Which are fundamentals of healthy lifestyle.
Life is made up of two components:
A pretty person who is raised in an environment that heavily values sobriety, responsibility, education
and selflessness will become someone that is genuinely loved by everyone for all the reasons humans
have the capacity to love anyone. Pretty people who are not born in such environments often
underestimate the value of their beauty and instead use it for just its surface value – thus grossly
underestimating their (and everyone else’s) worth. Thankfully, there are more beautiful people out there
in the former than the latter category. I know this because many of them are my friends.
I will admit however, that I have met my fair share of beautiful people with ugly interiors. It is that
experience that has led me to realise that less attractive people have beautiful personalities because
of their aesthetic deficit. They have to make up for this genetic deficiency by being easily liked. As
such ugly people are really God’s abstract art pieces. So the next time you meet someone, spend less time
looking into their face and more time looking into their soul. It’s amazing the bevy of surprises you may
It is possible to radiate beauty from inside out with whatever the appearance you currently have. With the great attitude, you can attain right altitudes of beauty and wellness.
Beauty is more than skin deep. It is a mirror to your physical, mental and spiritual wellness. ~ Dr. J.
If you want to be successful, you need ‘breaks.’ With beauty or handsomeness, it is easier to get ‘breaks.’
Fashion accenuates already existing beauty and grace. Fashion on shallowness is useless.
Following Skin Parameters must be measured and corrected if major deviations from normal readings.
- Pigmentation and redness
- Elasticity and biological aging
- pH of the skin
- Skin temperature (microcirculation)
- TEWL-Index (skin’s barrier quality)
- Skin and hair colour
- Gloss on hair and skin
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Sebum gland activity
- Activity of acne bacteria
Eyes are the Windows to Your Beauty
“Cleopatra’s nose, had it been shorter, the whole face of the world would have been changed.” ~ Blaise Pascal, French Mathematician in Pensees (Thoughts). Had the Egyptian Queen Cleopatra’s nose been smaller, the great men of Rome, Julius Caesar and Marc Antony, would not have fallen under her spell, great civil wars would not have been fought, and today we might be speaking Latin.
Cleopatra achieved notoriety during its production for its massive cost overruns and production troubles, which included changes in director and cast, a change of filming locale, sets that had to be constructed twice, lack of a firm shooting script, and personal scandal around its co-stars. It was the most expensive film ever made up to that point and almost bankrupted 20th Century-Fox.
It received mixed reviews from critics, although critics and audiences alike generally praised Taylor and Burton’s performances. It was the highest grossing film of 1963, earning US$26 million ($57.7 million total; equivalent to $445.98 million in 2015), yet made a loss due to its production and marketing costs of $44 million (equivalent to $340.09 million in 2015), making it the only film ever to be the highest grossing film of the year yet to run at a loss. Cleopatra later won four Academy Awards,