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21-05-2015

What Do Different Nose Shapes Say? Come Find Out Yourself!

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8 - Concave Nose Shapes

You Can Tell A Lot About A Person By The Shape, Size, Length And Curve Of Their Nose Also called the upturned nose, a concave nose will be slightly depressed on the middle part with a rather protruding tip. The bulky tip gives it the inward arch and gives it the name "Turned Up nose". A perfect example of concave nose shape is Marilyn Monroe. The people with this nose shape are usually very kind, optimistic, and emotional. They are always willing to offer their support and love to everyone around them. You may also find these people are sexually adventurous.
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7 - Straight Nose Type

Also referred to as a Greek nose, a straight type of nose shape will have a pointy tip and a narrow nostril. A great example of straight type nose is Sean Penn – the nose of Admiral Lord Nelson was quite straight too. You Can Tell A Lot About A Person By The Shape, Size, Length And Curve Of Their NoseWith regard to their personalities, the first thing you will notice is that they are intelligent, but are quite inspirational, skilled, and functional. They always think logically and find a way to overcome troubles in their lives. They are not very good at showing their emotions though.

6 - Convex Nose Type

You Can Tell A Lot About A Person By The Shape, Size, Length And Curve Of Their Nose Also referred to as a Roman nose, a convex nose type will have outwards curve right in the middle of the nose – you may also notice a pronounced bridge that is usually bent. Abraham Lincoln is a perfect example of what a convex nose looks like. If you ever meet a person with a convex or Roman nose, be ready to follow their lead. They are born leaders and you just cannot overpower them – unless you also have a similar nose shape. The good thing is that these people work impulsively but never rush to making decisions. They are great organizers and are not aggressive.
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