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Facial inpainting is a process to reconstruct some missing or damaged pixels in the facial image. The reconstructed pixels should still be realistic, so the observer could not differentiate between the reconstructed pixels and the original one. However, there are a few problems that may arise when the inpainting algorithm has been done. There was an inconsistency between adjacent pixels when done on an unaligned face image, which caused a failure to reconstruct. We propose an improvement methoddoi:10.22266/ijies2020.1231.20 fatcat:aja4qj66pjavzdu5zvu22zaat4