Face Type vs Character Selector

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This is a classification of faces based on mouth, eyes and eyebrows position. Choose Positive and/or Negative Characteristics below and discover which of the 12 faces best suits their combination. Click on any of the character types for full description and photo examples of real people.

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Positive
Adaptable ?
able to adjust to new conditions
Flexible ?
easily bent without breaking, (of plans etc) easily changed to suit new conditions
Intelligent ?
having or showing intelligence, especially of a high level
Studious ?
enjoying and wanting to study
Cultural ?
relating to the arts and to intellectual achievements
Well-mannered ?
having or showing good manners, polite
Sensitive ?
easily hurt or offended
Modest ?
having, showing, a low but honest opinion of one's own merits, abilities etc
Honest ?
not telling lies, not cheating or stealing
Principle ?
a generally known truth or belief guiding an activity
Serious ?
acting or speaking sincerely and in earnest, rather than in a joking or half-hearted manner
Sedate ?
calm and serious
Erudite ?
having, showing, great learning
Calm ?
not showing or feeling nervousness, anger, or other strong emotions
Tidy ?
having the habit of placing and keeping everything in its right place
Hard-working ?
tending to work with energy and commitment, diligent
Workoholik ?
a person who compulsively works excessively hard and long hours
Concentrated ?
focus all one's attention on a particular object or activity
Fast ?
capable of moving, acting, thinking at high speed
Confident ?
feeling or showing confidence in oneself or one's abilities or qualities
Frank ?
open, honest, and direct in speech or writing
Generous ?
showing a readiness to give more of something, especially money, than is strictly necessary or expected
Optimist ?
a person who tends to be hopeful and confident about the future or the success of something
Brave ?
ready to face danger, pain or suffering having no fear
Disobedient ?
refusing to obey rules or someone in authority
Indifferent ?
having no interest or opinion, neither for nor against
Negative
Joker ?
a person, who is fond of making jokes
Stupid ?
unintelligent, foolish
Obedient ?
complying or willing to comply with an order or request
Vulgar ?
making explicit and offensive reference to sex or bodily functions, coarse and rude
Insolent ?
showing a rude and arrogant lack of respect
Bore ?
a person who people find uninteresting and tiring
Dodger ?
a person who engages in cunning tricks or dishonest practices to evade a debt or obligation
Liar ?
a person who tells lies
Thief ?
a person who steals, especially secretly and without violence, burglar, robber
Bootlicker ?
an obsequious or servile person
Sneaker ?
one who reveals confidential information in return for money or pleasure
Rotter ?
a cruel, mean, or unkind person
Nervous ?
easily agitated or alarmed
Hysterical ?
affected by or deriving from wildly uncontrolled emotion
Spitfire ?
a person with a fierce temper
Daredevil ?
a reckless person who enjoys doing dangerous things
Hasty ?
done with excessive speed or urgency, hurried
Unserious ?
not serious, light-hearted
Lazy ?
unwilling to work or use energy
Hesitant ?
tentative, unsure, or slow in acting or speaking
Phlegmatic ?
having an unemotional and stolidly calm disposition
Nincompoop ?
a foolish or stupid person
Grubby ?
dirty, unwashed
Scatterbrained ?
disorganized and lacking in concentration
Chaotic ?
in a state of complete confusion and disorder
Anarchist ?
a person who believes in or tries to bring about anarchy
Envious ?
feeling or showing envy
Gossip ?
talk often critical about the affairs of other people typically involving details which are not confirmed as true
Grump ?
bad-tempered and irritable person
Proud ?
having or showing a too high opinion of one's importance
Haughty ?
arrogantly superior and disdainful
Miser ?
a person who hoards wealth and spends as little money as possible
Pessimist ?
a person who tends to see the worst aspect of things or believe that the worst will happen
Coward ?
a person unable to control fear, e.g. who runs away from responsibility, dangerous situations etc
Talker ?
a person who talks too much
Astray ?
into error or morally questionable behaviour
Shy ?
nervous or timid in the company of other people
Timid ?
showing a lack of courage or confidence, easily frightened
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Instructions for Use: Assess peoples’ faces only when they bear no expression. The face should be absolutely calm showing no emotion. Any facial expression (good or bad) greatly misleads the objective assessment of the character type. If possible use a photo of the person you would like to assess when he or she is in the age between 20 and 45 because thereafter generally faces swell or become dry or loosen due to the lack of collagen therein. Prior applying the face classification above observe for few specific major deviations of head and face proportionality: 1. Perfectly Circle Face - the most stupid persons of all. 2. Eyes, nose and lips gathered in a very tiny area in the center of the face and those who stand with their mouth constantly open – slow minded persons. 3. Persons with very thin lips and / or unnaturally small mouth (both flat or round shaped) - very evil.
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