Facial feng shui has existed for centuries through clever observation by the ancient Chinese, and it is believed that certain features of the face can determine a person's present and future. Some companies today are resorting to this art when employing staff, and some families also consider facial features of the bride- or groom-to-be of a family member.
Whether it is simply natural law of visual attraction or something more profound than that, some desirable features in Chinese facial feng shui go hand in hand with trending beauty looks. Panya Langsanam, Lancome training executive, shares some tips on making the best of both the feng shui and make-up worlds.
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