THIS IS WHAT IT REALLY MEANS IF YOU HAVE DIMPLES IN YOUR CHEEKS
The statistic says that about 20% of the population have dimples on their face. Many people consider the dimples very cute, but not many of them know the true meaning of these little holes on people’s cheeks.
DIMPLES IN FACT ARE A FACIAL MUSCLE DEFORMITY
It may sound unbelievable to you, but dimples are in fact an envious deformity on the face. Many people undergo plastic surgery to make this deformity and they pay good money for it.
THE DIMPLE MACHINE
Isabella Gilbert was the woman who was obsessed because of the lack of dimples on her face and in 1936 she invented this spring-loaded contraption that promised to “make a fine set” by pressing a pair of knobs into the cheeks.
DIMPLES ARE ASSOCIATED WITH ETERNAL YOUTH
Scientist believe that these little dimples makes people look younger as they age. The reason why is this so is because dimples are generally associated with children and babies, and they makes us subconsciously look at people with dimples as though they are younger than they actually are!
MANY CULTURES CONSIDER DIMPLES TO BE A SIGN OF GOOD LUCK, AND PROSPERITY
In the past, people started to believe that dimples are in fact sign of good luck. This idea came when they have noticed dimples on their kids cheeks. So anyone up for a game of Blackjack,maybe the person with dimples will have more luck.
SMILE – YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL
You have probably noticed that more than 60% of Hollywood stars have dimples on their face and they look stunning. However, if you don’t have them, don’t worry, just keep smiling.
IT’S ALL IN THE GENES
Unfortunately, dimples are a genetic trait. Only people whose father, mother or even grandfather and grandmother have dimples on their face will have them as well.
BUT IF YOU DO HAVE THEM… YOU ARE MORE SEXUALLY ATTRACTIVE
Recent studies indicate that people with dimples are even more sexually attractive. If you notice people look at your face more than usual, there’s an added chance they might want to make babies with you! Who would have thought?