Archive for August 30, 2012


        Pixie Ears, where the tip of the ear at the top, or Heaven Ridge has a pronounced curve. Traits include intelligence, artistic nature.

Suited for: jobs that involves intellectual rigor from academia to strategic management or artistic endeavors.

        A Protruding center describes ears in which the cent portion, or Man Ridge protrudes outward. Traits include being action orientated.

Suited for: Operations driven role or a job which involves hands-on work, such as a soldier, athlete or carpenter.

If the earlobes are rounded and fleshy, almost like to marbles dangling from the ear, these are known as “Pearls in the Ears.” Traits include hedonistic qualities, knows how to have a good time; males can relate well to the opposite sex.

Suited for: a job that involves a lot of entertaining or is in gastronomic, hospitality or the tourism industry or in a business for which the primary market is female such as jewelry, clothing or cosmetics industries.


A high square forehead indicates an analytical mind, good problem solving skills and someone who enjoys intellectual work and professional challenges. They are good at generating ideas and solutions or creating structures and systems, they are practical minded not afraid to question authority, rebellious personality and demand on those who work with or for them.

Suited for: manager or professional such as an account, engineer, doctor, lawyer or banker

A forehead which is low and tight is the opposite of the quare forehead. The hairline cuts in close at the sides.

Traits include rule-driven, able to follow instructions or meet quality standards, good at practical work or technical/labor-centric tasks, lacks creativity or problem solving skills, rarely demonstrates leadership skills.

Suited for: Middle management position, administrative staff or technician.

A high forehead and M-shaped hairline traits include a creative and artistic nature, a dreamer with big ideas grand visions, highly intelligent, often sees unique or special opportunities in situations, impractical, lacks the ability to manage money or adhere to budgets.

Suited for: Creative professions such as interior design, artistic, architect, writer or director, as well as creative finance such as venture capitalism.