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Physiognomical Forms of the Head and Facial Structure
Forms of the Facial Profile 1) Vertical Profile 2) Convex Profile 3) Concave Profile
Variations of the Basic Linear Forms 1) Convex-concave 2) Concave-convex 3) Vertical-convex 4) Vertical-concave 5) Convex-vertical 6) Concave-vertical
Frontal Head Views Geometric forms are classified according to: –Relationship of length and width. –Degree of Curvature
Geometric Forms 1) Oval 2) Round (Infantine) 3) Square (Strong) 4) Oblong 5) Triangular 6) Inverted Triangle 7) Diamond
Bilateral Forms Key considerations: 1)Amount of prominence of the cheekbones. 2)Distance the cheekbones lie from each other.
Classification of Bilateral Forms 1) Oval 2) Angular 3) Round 4) Square
Asymmetry of Features 1) eyelids and eyebrows 2) ears 3) cheeks 4) nose 5) mouth
Factors Responsible 1) heredity 2) age 3) environment 4) muscle striation and action 5) position of the body 6) condition of the body
Types of Facial Markings 1) wrinkle 2) groove 3) fold
Classification of Facial Markings Natural Acquired
Natural Facial Markings 1) philtrum 2) nasolabial fold 3) nasal sulcus 4) oblique palpebral sulcus 5) angulus oris eminence 6) angulus oris sulcus 7) labiomental sulcus 8) dimples
Acquired Facial Markings 1) nasolabial sulcus 2) transverse frontal sulci 3) interciliary sulci 4) optic facial sulci (crow’s feet) 5) superior palpebral sulcus 6) inferior palpebral sulcus
Acquired Facial Markings (cont’d) 7) bucco-facial sulcus 8) mandibular sulcus 9) platysmal sulci 10) cords of the neck 11) labial sulci What are the effects of facial expression?
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