South Korean actress Park Min-young might have a pretty face, but is it a lucky one according to the traditional teachings of face feng shui? Photo: Buro Malaysia South Korean actress Park Min-young might have a pretty face, but is it a lucky one according to the traditional teachings of face feng shui? Photo: Buro Malaysia
South Korean actress Park Min-young might have a pretty face, but is it a lucky one according to the traditional teachings of face feng shui? Photo: Buro Malaysia
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What is a ‘lucky face’ according to face feng shui, and how can you get one? Aesthetic medicine might grant you more auspicious features – but they don’t all match current beauty trends

  • Traditional Chinese face reading, or physiognomy, stipulates that certain facial features bring good fortune and prosperity – here’s why 
  • K-pop idols sparked a trend for double eyelids and V-shaped chins – which can be achieved with cosmetic surgery – but they might not lead to a ‘harmonious’ face

Topic |   Beauty
South Korean actress Park Min-young might have a pretty face, but is it a lucky one according to the traditional teachings of face feng shui? Photo: Buro Malaysia South Korean actress Park Min-young might have a pretty face, but is it a lucky one according to the traditional teachings of face feng shui? Photo: Buro Malaysia
South Korean actress Park Min-young might have a pretty face, but is it a lucky one according to the traditional teachings of face feng shui? Photo: Buro Malaysia
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