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Face Reading | Interpreting Hair and Beard Physiognomy

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The physiognomy of hair and beard is also important, as hair is considered the surplus of blood and can reveal a person’s inner being.

First, it’s important to note that the following observations about hair and beard physiognomy primarily apply to Eastern individuals. Due to ethnic differences, most Westerners naturally have thicker hair and beards.

Overall, both hair and beard are best when lustrous, meaning they should have a sheen and not be dry. On this basis, finer hair is preferable to coarser, whether it’s the beard or hair on the head. Additionally, sideburns are also considered part of the beard in physiognomy. Let’s now look at the physiognomy of hair and beard separately.

Face Reading | Hair Physiognomy

  1. Soft and Fine Hair: In physiognomy, the softer and finer the hair, the better. Men with coarse hair tend to lead hard lives, and women with coarse hair may negatively impact their husbands. Hair can also indicate the quality of a marriage; soft, thread-like hair suggests a loving relationship, with such individuals being open to others’ opinions and capable of compromise. Dry and yellow hair indicates poor fortune in youth. A low hairline on the forehead is unfavorable, suppressing youthful energy, affecting intelligence, and leading to impulsiveness. An uneven hairline suggests a weak connection with the father and obstacles in education, such as part-time studies or studying away from home. For more on forehead hairlines: Forehead Shape and Hairline, Beauty Spots (External Link) The hairline at the back of the head is also significant; a low hairline here is not problematic, but a high one indicates a ruthless nature. Moles or birthmarks within the hair on the back of the head signify wealth, typically found in affluent individuals.

Face Reading | Beard Physiognomy

  1. Beard on the Upper Lip and Chin: In physiognomy, the mustache is referred to as “beard,” and the beard on the chin is “whiskers,” with sideburns also considered part of the beard. Sparse beards are preferable to thick ones; dense and hard beards suggest a challenging old age, often requiring work into the later years. A dry and yellow beard also indicates poor fortune in later life.

Let’s examine a few specific beard physiognomies:

  1. Beard Growing Downwards: Known as “short beard covering the mouth,” this trait suggests pessimism and poor fortune in later years.
  2. Full Beard on the Jaws: Called “throat-locking beard” in physiognomy, it indicates a challenging old age.
  3. No Beard in the Philtrum: Lack of hair in the philtrum but presence on its sides suggests a predisposition towards family separation or divorce. Related reading: Philtrum Physiognomy for Predicting Gender of Offspring and Lifespan (External Link)

Who Should Grow a Beard?

  1. People with Visible Nostrils: Those with visible nostrils, such as with upturned noses, benefit from growing a mustache. This is akin to covering the “well and stove,” preventing financial leakage.
  2. Unclear Nasolabial Folds: Growing a longer mustache can act as an extension of nasolabial folds, enhancing their function.
  3. Receding Chin: Suitable for growing beard on the chin, ideally styled forward to improve fortunes in later years.
  4. Undefined Mouth Corners: Growing a beard can enhance the mouth’s definition, improving luck related to speech.
  5. Indistinct Jawline: Sideburns can strengthen adversity resilience and enhance later life fortune.
  6. People with Pointed Chins: Should avoid growing a beard but can opt for sideburns.

In summary, hair physiognomy is closely related to the forehead, while beard physiognomy relates to the nose, mouth, chin, nasolabial folds, and jawline. If you’re interested in the physiognomy of these parts, please explore related knowledge through the provided links.


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