It's not clear to me that having a simpler face facilitates conveying facial expressions. Why would this be so? For example, it's easier to arch my eyebrows if I have eyebrows, and it seems more effective if their color contrasts with the adjacent regions of my face.
posted by Tracy Duvall
April 15, 2012 @ 12:45 PM
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