Eyes distance

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  1. Julie

    Julie B3 Pretty Bitch

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    Is there a way to estimate if the eyes are close set in relation to the rest of the face?
    For example, Irina's eyes haven't much space between them, but they don't look close set, while Mackenzie Davis' are.
    I don't understand if my eyes are close set or not lol.
     
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  2. Claire Moon

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    I think the ideal distance between eyes is the lenght of the person's eye. Eyes should be one eye distance apart.
    If it's less than this then the eyes are close set, and if it's more than this, they are wide set.
     
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  3. Claire Moon

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    I think a long midface can make your are appear closer to each other too.
     
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    what if the eyes are already pretty long but are just moderately spaced
     
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  5. Julie

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    Thank you! I didn't know that.
    I was thinking that the lateral projection of the cheekbones could make the eyes look more close together, but it does not.
    The distance is measured between the pupils, right?
     
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  6. YtKween

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    I think that's what's most desired, generally speaking
     
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    i agree - i think this picture explains this very well:
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  8. limabeans

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    it does actually, I believe
     
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    but what if the spacing is lesser than the eye length
     
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  10. pearlet

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    check the picture above. They are close set
     
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  11. Julie

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    Thank you. I didn't understood it was in this way haha.
     
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    The eye distance in the picture doesn't look particularly detrimental for one's face though, correct? It looks like what I see on most people daily.
     
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    I think it is. You just cant see the entire face. You should try looking for it in everyday faces that you see so you become more familiar with what it looks like
     
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  14. Lauren

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    Its hard to measure, but I think the determining factor is really the distance between the pupils, compared to the distance between the pupils and upper lip. i think its the first measurement divided by the second, and you want around a 1:1 ratio. Incels are obsessed with it lol. Its also why close set eyes can be confused for a long mid face, when in reality the mid face length may be fine.
     
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