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Info Positive canthal tilt

the next o'pry

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Positive canthal tilt is a contribution of eye-socket convexity and head tilt.

By eye-socket, I mean that your orbitals are recessed relative to your nasal bridge, giving you a more convex eye-level cross-section as viewed from above i.e. when looking from above, the inner corners of the eyes are displaced further forward than the outer corners.

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Eye-socket convexity is a key difference between prey and predator eyes.
Rabbits have extreme eye-socket convexity which mean their eyes are on the side of their head. also they have permanent head tilt that's why they have pct
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while Owls have no eye-socket convex and their eyes look straight on.
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When someone with prey eyes tilts there head up, the convex geometry of their eye sockets mean that the inner corners of their eyes rise more than the outer corners increasing the appearance of positive canthal tilt

Obviously, there are other factors to Positive canthal tilt is a contribution of eye-socket convexity and head tilt.
 
So which position should our head be at to see accurately whether we have pct or not ?
 
Why do ricecels almost always have PCT?
 
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well if your talking about Asians almost all of them have pct but the problem is they don't have good bones to support their eyes
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compare this with o'pry and you will understand
 
well if your talking about Asians almost all of them have pct but the problem is they don't have good bones to support their eyes
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compare this with o'pry and you will understand
my mate, swear to god, has almost the exact same eye shape as o pry but he doesnt have the bones. a few surgeries and he'd probably be the asian equivalent of o pry.
 
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One of the biggest problems with asains is the lack of a good brow ridge
my biggest flaw id probably ascend a few points if i even remotely had a brow ridge
 
my biggest flaw id probably ascend a few points if i even remotely had a brow ridge
How old are you? Have you tried bonesmashing it? Also taking high amounts of hgh can improve brow ridge.
Many lifters who roid for long periods of time develop strong masculine brow ridges
 
How old are you? Have you tried bonesmashing it? Also taking high amounts of hgh can improve brow ridge.
Many lifters who roid for long periods of time develop strong masculine brow ridges
im 16, dont wanna bonesmash till i finish puberty. honestly been thinking bout doing roids dunno where ill get hgh or roids tho..

ill send you pic, i dont bonesmashing will really help.
 
Positive canthal tilt is a contribution of eye-socket convexity and head tilt.

By eye-socket, I mean that your orbitals are recessed relative to your nasal bridge, giving you a more convex eye-level cross-section as viewed from above i.e. when looking from above, the inner corners of the eyes are displaced further forward than the outer corners.

View attachment 3011
Eye-socket convexity is a key difference between prey and predator eyes.
Rabbits have extreme eye-socket convexity which mean their eyes are on the side of their head. also they have permanent head tilt that's why they have pct
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while Owls have no eye-socket convex and their eyes look straight on.
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When someone with prey eyes tilts there head up, the convex geometry of their eye sockets mean that the inner corners of their eyes rise more than the outer corners increasing the appearance of positive canthal tilt

Obviously, there are other factors to Positive canthal tilt is a contribution of eye-socket convexity and head tilt.
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my mate, swear to god, has almost the exact same eye shape as o pry but he doesnt have the bones. a few surgeries and he'd probably be the asian equivalent of o pry.
with the right bones position we all can be the next o'pry
 

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