High Quality Research Article on topic "Attractiveness of healthy rosy face" [1000 word article
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I need a high quality research article on the topic "Attractiveness of healthy rosy face". [1000 words]
This article is for publishing in my website pinkmirror.com.
The website [url removed, login to view] is capable of photo retouching with added rosiness on the face.
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There are several articles on the topic of 'rosy face' in the internet. You need to carry out a lot of research on this topic (80% of article) and blend it with the capability of pinkmirror to achieve the rosiness on face (20% of article). Rough idea for the Article is given below.
You have to suggest an catchy title for this article.
The document development will be carried out in google docs, so that I can monitor the progress of the article, annotate and if possible to contribute. Please make sure you have access to [url removed, login to view]
You have to be ready to revise the article until I am satisfied. It may take 2 or 3 weeks to complete this work since we are working across the globe. Prolific words and hollow sentences is must NO. Every single sentence should have unique message. Article must be copyscape proof.
You must be open for suggestions and new ideas.
Please bid with your High Quality articles. The bidder will be selected based on the quality of sample article.
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Rough idea for the Article (copy/paste from internet)
People use the colour of your skin to judge how healthy you are, according to researchers at the University of St Andrews.
Scientists in the School of Psychology have shown that there is truth to the received wisdom that a "rosy" complexion denotes healthiness, whilst a "green" or "pale" colour indicates illness.
The team from the University of St Andrews first measured how skin colour varies with the amount of blood and oxygen in the blood.
These measurements were used with computer graphics to allow research participants to change the colour of the faces in the photographs to look as healthy as possible. The team found that, for all faces, participants added more oxygen rich blood colour to improve the healthy appearance.
"Since your attractiveness relies upon how healthy you look, you might be able to make yourself more attractive by being kind to your heart and lungs in doing more exercise or quitting smoking," concluded Ian Stephen.
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