The trend of selfies is increasing rapidly. People take an average of 450 selfies a year, but according to a study, doing so can spoil the face in the photo. Researchers at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center say that taking selfies makes your face look ugly, making your nose look longer and wider than in normal photos.
Rhinoplasty, also known as rhinoplasty, is one of the most popular cosmetic surgeries in the UK. According to researchers, among the popularity of selfies, the number of people undergoing rhinoplasty has also increased.
If the face looks bad in selfie then people go for facial surgery
, Bardia Amirlak said that there is a special connection between the growing passion for selfies and rhinoplasty. When someone’s face looks bad in a selfie, they go for surgery.
The 30 volunteers involved in the study tried to figure out how selfies affect faces. Volunteers took two of the 3 selfies at a distance of 12 and 18 inches from the front camera and one selfie at a distance of 5 feet from a digital camera. All three selfies were clicked together.
adverse health effects
Selfies taken from a distance of 12 inches are 6.4% better than photos taken with a digital camera and selfies taken from 18 inches are 4.3% more beneficial. Selfie length of 12 inches also showed an average of 12% shorter than chin length. This was a 17% increase in nose and chin length. Researchers warn that looking bad in selfies can have harmful effects on mental health.