Human facial traits in full-face and profile.
The first page shows comparisons of frontal (face-to-face) and
lateral perspectives of human facial shapes in profile and full-face,
and also ratios of potential and kinetic psychological features of human
personalities in a context of physiognomy.
The second page shows physiognomy in view of ratios of frontal and lateral perspectives of a human face in profile and full-face with vertical measurements of physiognomic shapes, that forms axes of facial coordinates or datum lines.
The third page shows geometrical coordinates for physiognomic shapes of nose bridge and tip.
The information on physiognomy of noses can be interesting to doctors of cosmetic medicine and plastic surgeons of rhinoplasty.
The fourth page shows geometrical coordinates for facial sizes of foreheads and eyebrows.
The information on physiognomy of eyebrows can be interesting to imagists and stylists in view of cosmetic make-up and stylistic design of female faces.
The fifth page shows ratios of geometrical shapes of chin and lips.
The information on physiognomy of lips and chin can be interesting for imagists and stylists for make-up and cosmetic design of female faces, and also for doctors cosmeticians and plastic surgeons for modeling of facial shapes.
The sixth page describes geometrical coordinates and psychological meanings of eyes in a context of human facial physiognomy in half and full face.
The information about physiognomy of eyes can be interesting to professional stylists and imagists who work with stylistic design and cosmetic make-up of female faces.
The seventh and eighth pages describe geometrical axes of symmetry according to which features of a human face are projections of hemispheres of a brain in view of physiognomy. Namely these pages show geometrical ratios of facial traits with psychic functions of brain hemispheres in a context of Jungian analytical psychology and also socionic Brigs-Majers Type Indicator.
The information on projections of brain hemispheres in facial traits of people can be interesting for psychologists and psychoanalysts, because physiognomy as a science is directly connected with psychoanalysis of human personality.
The ninth page describes geometrical ratios for axes of symmetry of a human face and hemispheres of a brain, and also vertical and horizontal facial sizes with positions of planets in horoscopes and birth charts of people in view of astrology.