The male facial anatomy differs in detail from the female counterpart. The bony structures such as the orbits, glabella, cheek bones and chin tend to be more prominent. The impact of testosterone on the sebaceous glands mean that the skin is thicker and harder to treat. Bearing all of this in mind it is important to maintain the facial attractiveness. Increased facial attractiveness is found in Long headed males with a narrower and lower jaw, not square, and a wider and fuller lower lip.
Masculinity and attractiveness are two significant components of male facial aesthetics.
Features of high masculinity are cheekbone-jaw prominence. The perception of social boldness, and physical strength has been related to these anatomic features. According to some studies, extremes of masculinity may reduce attractiveness.
Men have become more interested in minimally invasive treatments during the past decade, and Debbie has the expertise to treat the male face and the male mind.