Facial Features & Your Personality

By on February 6, 2014
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Is your face saying something about yourself? It does. A lot. Why do you think we like someone or hate someone the second you look at the face?

Different faces evoke different emotions. You are born with the features you have for a reason. Your facial features communicate about your personality and basic characteristics. For centuries the Chinese believed your facial features can reveal hidden truths about your personality.

What the shape of your face says.

Round Face: They are known as water-shaped faced people. They have plump and fleshy face. They are known to be sensitive and caring. They are thought to have strong sexual fantasies. If you are looking forward for a long-term, stable relationship, these people will prove to be the right choice.

Oblong Face: The long, thin face is called the wood-shape face. These people may have a muscular or athletic physique. They are thought to be practical, methodical and tend to be a tad more overworked. They are weighed along with narcissism and may have problematic relationships.

Triangular Face: These face types are usually related to a thin body and intellectual persuasion. They are considered to be creative and thought to have a fiery temperament according to the Chinese face readers.

Square: They are known as the metal shape face. These people are thought to have an intelligent, analytical and decisive mind. The face shape is associated with an aggressive and dominating nature.

Rectangular Face: They tend to dominate but with less force, often they get their way in politics, business, sports, being always balanced, sometimes ambitious, sometimes melancholic.

Oval: Expresses a character somewhat balanced, sweet, charming even, in which case those individuals are often best diplomats, but also able to duplicate, women are often best artists. Sometimes they can be dangerous, but temperamentally are weak, often they are weaker in physical strength, sometimes underactive.

What you forehead says.

Flat: Flat forehead people has a habit of thinking for few seconds before taking any action.

Slanted: These people lives very professional life and does not talk much on personal life. They are very goal oriented and like to get fast results in their work.

Rounded: Rounded forehead indicates that you are not logically perfect but have features like artistic and creativity in you.

Square: A square forehead shows honesty, sincerity. Straight eyebrows increase these qualities. Losing forehead shows lack of intelligence.

Lines: Forehead with deep lines (wrinkles) reveals those who indulge in contemplation and research. Head without lines show cold, selfishness, lack of empathy and sarcasm. Vertical lines (wrinkles) between the eyes shows the power of concentration.

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What your eyebrows say.

Curved: Your mental focus is people-oriented. You connect & relate to the world best through your understanding of people. Sometimes you can understand an idea or theory better if it is explained to you in terms of a personal example or experience.

Straight: Your approach is direct and factual, and you want the technical details. You appreciate logic, and you will need to be shown all the facts and available data before accepting something as true.

Angled: It is important for you to stay mentally in control of any situation in which you find yourself. Gregarious and expansive, you may have good leadership qualities because few people will challenge your authority.

What your eyes say.

Big Eyes: It is believed that, people with big and beautiful eyes are normally friendly and outgoing. Open up themselves very easily and thinks the world is same as they are.

Small Eyes: These small eyed people are usually reserved and hard to impress but enjoy their life in their own way.

Closer Eyes: Very smart people, handles any situation easily and takes decision to their advantage.

Wide Apart: These are broad minded people and accept people who unlike you.

What your nose says.

Small: Small nose people are shy and timid but they tend to believe that they do everything smartly. They are efficient still not perfectionists.

Wide: People with this category of nose are quite emotional and supportive to their family and friends.

Prominent: People with prominent type of nose are very careful about their quality of work and love to explore the things.

Straight, Tip Bent Down: Straight nose with the tip bent down, shows a more melancholic nature, but less envious and more lenient than those with curved nose.

Pointing Up, Slightly Curved: Nose pointing up high and slightly curved in, show enthusiasm, skill. These people reach their goals through their cheerful and stylish manner.

Curved: A curved nose reveals sharpness and very little curiosity, quarrelsome. If the person has thin lips and mouth with bent edges shows gossipy.

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What your mouth & lips say.

Large Mouth: If this is you, then relationships are very important to you.

Narrow Lips: These people love to have privacy and living life in their own space. Also they are good decision maker.

Large Bottom Lip: They live their life at fullest and love to enjoy every moment of their life.

What your chin says.

Dimple or Cleft: Always ready to help others and love to be the spotlight.

Double: They are lucky enough but success comes a bit later in their life.

Pointed: They are dominating, moody and like to take charge of anything.

Strong: Wise decision maker and possesses right attitude.

Bony: Bony chin shows firmness, if squared it points to a strength of character.

Round: Round and protruding chin shows strength, determination, wisdom, prudence and material instinct. These people inspire confidence through their easy and nice attitude.

Square, Dimple: Square chin with dimples shows firmness, stubborn and hot temper. The dimple always increases the ardor and affection.

Do any of these connect with you? And what about people who have had plastic surgery? Do you think their personalities change with their features? Along with you EHC ponders over these tricky questions, but believes that you have enjoyed reading this article.

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