Dimensions of Symmetry 

“No face, however beautiful, is perfectly symmetrical: Eyes may be different sizes, the right cheek may be plumper than the left, one ear may sit higher on the head. Budding restorative artists learn that a person’s nose is one eye wide, as is the distance between their eyes. A mouth is two eyes wide. A face is three noses long. A nose is as long as your ear.”

—Molly Fitzpatrick, “Faces of Death (And Larry David).” Topic. October 2017.