Face Reading And Meyers Briggs

I have been working on a method of reading someone’s Myer’s Briggs type using Chinese Face Reading for several years and testing it as well. I think I have a fairly good system. See the diagrams below.

This technique for using the face to determine someone else’s MBTI type is useful for dating if you know what types of people you are emotionally compatible with. It can also be used by a wide range of people. For example it can be used to understand ancestors, historical figures, juries, therapy clients, new hires, friends, co-workers and more.  I hope you will put it to good use.

The books I used to come up with this system include The Naked Face: The Essential Guide to Reading Faces and What Your Face Reveals: Chinese Secrets of Face Reading as well as a few others.

It’s all in the nose which makes sense since the nose reflects our ego or emotional brain.

I use extreme examples to get the point across. Most people are less extreme so you have to look carefully. Few people are 100% of any one type so this goes along with the theory. So you may be 30% introvert and 70% extrovert and have a medium sticking out nose.

Extrovert vs. Introvert

Extrovert: Nose tip sticks out away from the face (think Pinochio)

Introvert: Nose is “flat” (about 40% of people are introverts)

Face reading extrovert vs introvert

Face reading extrovert vs introvert

N (Intuitive)  vs. S (Sensing)

N: Dent in the bridge of the nose; this is the hardest trait to see, especially with glasses. Look for a portion of the nose bridge to go in towards the eye when viewed from the side. It is very obvious in some people.  Only about 20% of people are N types so it is somewhat rare.

S: No dent at the bridge of the nose; Forehead goes right to nose ( about 80% of all people)

Face reading sensing vs perceiving

Face reading sensing vs perceiving

 

Feeler vs. Thinker

Feeler: longer nose (most women but not all as seen below)

Thinker: short nose relative to the length of the chin

Measure from the eyebrow to the end of the nose compared to the end of the nose and the end of the chin. It actually would be more accurate to measure from the hair line to the eyebrow top instead of the chin, but receding hairlines and baldness make this difficult to do often.

Face reading sensing vs perceiving

Face reading sensing vs perceiving

Judger vs Perceiver

Judger: straight nose when viewed from the side

Perceiver: bump on nose, either a hook nose or just a bump; Perceivers are more rare.

Face reading perceiver vs Judger

Face reading perciever vs Judger

 

I realize that the words on the photos are hard to read in the article. I found that if you click on the photo and zoom in you can read them.

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