Guide to Face Interpretation
The FOREHEAD represents the soul. If you see high vertical creases, you can expect that there are problems in personal relationships, problems in career experiences, and problems in the physical body. If you see a vertical crease in the mid section of the forehead, this means that a conflict is standing in the way of achievement.
Markings on the upper right quarter of the forehead means that a person will resent hardships of all kinds. It means that they spend too much energy, and have been having difficulties in life. Marking on the upper left quarter of the forehead means that the person resists learning and changing. This person thinks that others need to change, yet doesnít see change is necessary for himself.
A HIGH forehead predicts someone who is intellectual.
A HIGH and WIDE forehead predicts someone who is open-minded.
A HIGH and NARROW forehead shows someone who is inquisitive, and who is analytical.
A LOW forehead belongs to someone who is practical and down-to-earth.
A FLAT forehead shows someone with good concentration.
Represents the senses, pleasures, attraction, and sex. If the eyebrows are thicker toward the nose and thin out toward the edges, this means that the person will set his own pleasures aside the older he gets.
THICK Eyebrows belong to someone who is out-spoken.
THIN Eyebrows show someone who is very particular.
STRAIGHT Eyebrows show someone who is generally active, and on top of things.
CURVED Eyebrows belong to someone who is caring.
ARCHED Eyebrows belong to a curious person.
CLOSE KNIT Eyebrows show someone who is nervous.
WIDELY SPACED Eyebrows belong to someone who is influenced easily.
SLOPING Eyebrows show ambition.
Eye level creases means that there is a conflict in balancing life.
Round Eyes show a trusting nature.
Oval Eyes show that a person is good natured.
Slanted Eyes belong to someone who takes pleasure in self-love.
Open Eyes show an open, friendly person.
Narrow Eyes show a suspicious nature.
A person tells a lot through his nose. Beginning at the top between the eyes represents age zero, and following down to the nostrils represents the end of the lifespan. Look for markings on the nose, to tell at which age significant matters happen.
The Personsí Ego is represented by the nose, and bridges a personsí higher and lower self.
If the person has a small upturned nose, the self image is usually frail, but strengthens with age.
Flesh around the nostrils represents the subconscious.
A LARGE nose belongs to someone who is open-minded, and aggressive.
A SMALL nose belongs to someone who is quiet.
A THIN nose shows someone show is generally irritated.
A WIDE nose belongs to a generally careless person.
A LONG nose belongs to someone who is careful.
A SHORT nose belongs to someone who is generally happy.
The upper lip represents the mental sphere.
The pink part of the upper lip represents the personís emotions. The fuller and pinker ones lips are, the more emotional they are.
Large lips show someone who is generous.
Small lips show someone who is selfish.
Curving lips (upward) show someone who is generally happy.
Curving lips (downward) show someone who is generally unhappy.
The physical body is represented from the lower lip down to the chin.
A LONG chin shows someone who sticks to what they say.
A SHORT chin shows someone who changes their mind often.
A POINTY chin belongs to an out-going, positive person.
A FORWARD chin belongs to someone who is stubborn.
A RECEDING chin belongs to someone who is generally impatient.
A CLEFT in a chin shows someone who is self-centered.