What Men Assume About Your Personality Based On Your Facial Features

They say that first impressions are lasting impressions, which is why they're so important. From the moment we lay eyes on someone, our minds begin to formulate assumptions about their personality, based solely on their appearance. It's a curious phenomenon with real limitations, but you can still use it to find out what men assume about your personality based simply on your facial features.

By Carmen Schober1 min read
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In an interesting study about the correlation between facial features and perceived personality traits, researchers created 4 "types" of female faces based on a combination of different personality traits, then tested whether or not men chose the face that aligned most with their desired personality traits. In most cases, they did.

Based on their results, you can determine what men assume about your personality based on your unique facial composition. Below you'll find the 4 "types" of female faces, followed by a breakdown of what each face signals about the woman's personality.

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Face Type A: Poised and Purposeful

Men who chose this face type prefer a woman with a purposeful personality rather than an overly agreeable one. Her face features a strong jawline and defined features, eyes that can be characterized as deep or intense, and a demeanor that demands attention, indicating a woman who knows what she wants and isn't afraid to pursue it.

Examples: Taylor Hill, Emily Blunt, Margot Robbie, Grace Elizabeth

Face Type B: Relaxed and Optimistic

Men who chose this type prefer a woman with an easygoing personality. Her face features soft contours, a relaxed expression, and warm eyes. The overall impression made by this combination of features is a woman who embraces life with ease.

Examples: Sydney Sweeney, Jennifer Lawrence, Blake Lively, Barbara Palvin

Face Type C: Empathetic and Easygoing

Men who chose this type prefer women with less assertive personalities. Her features include soft contours and a subtle expression, as well as a more reserved gaze. This face is primarily associated with introspection, suggesting a woman who is attuned to the feelings of others and values harmony in relationships.

Examples: Ana De Armas, Lana Del Rey, Nara Smith, Selena Gomez

Face Type D: Bold and Assertive

Men who chose this type preferred a more assertive personality. Her features are characterized by mainly angular lines and a penetrating gaze. The woman's expression is intense and purposeful, suggesting that she isn't afraid to speak her mind.

Examples: Zendaya, Hailey Bieber, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Madison Beer

Closing Thoughts

No matter what face type you align with most, remember that while our features may signal certain traits, they only scratch the surface of who we truly are. Even more is just waiting to be discovered.

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