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Nose Traits

Typically a large nose is a good nose. A nose is considered large is if the nose wings are broad and the nose is tall. For the nose wings to be broad, they must extend farther than directly below the eye corners when the face is relaxed.

For the nose to be tall, it should be approximately one third of the length of the face, measured from the top of the bridge to the tip. If it is less than that, it is considered a short nose.

Each section of the nose relates to specific financial abilities.

The nose bridge shows an insight into the type of career a person will excel in and indicate how they will make their money. A bridge which is tall (long) and high (at an angle of 45 degrees or more to the face), indicates a person who makes their money as a salaried employee, usually within a large corporation or as a government official.

By contrast, a slightly low, broad nose bridge indicates someone who is likely to make their money as an entrepreneur or through self-employment.

The nose bridge also indicates if a person will resort to borderline illegal means to make money, or whether they are honorable and principled. A crooked nose bridge belongs to a person who cares only about the bottom line and isn’t interested in where the money comes from. A person with a straight nose on the other hand, will play by, or at least within, the rules when it comes to making money.

Nose Traits

            The nose governs self-confidence and ego. A person with a tall and high nose bridge will have a strong sense of who they are and healthy dose of self-respect.

        There are many shapes for noses and they each have specific clues as to the intricacies of a person’s personality.

        The nose is the primary indication of wealth and is the key indicator of financial aptitude. It affords insight into many wealth-related inquiries, ranging from entrepreneurial ability and business acumen to capacity to accumulate and hold on to wealth.

        As a feature of the face, the nose is easy to assess visually, unlike the temples. We are looking at the whole nose, from the top of the bridge to the tip, including the nostrils and nose wings.

Divide the nose into positive features in terms of the three main sections of the nose: the bridge, the nose wings and the tip. The best way to evaluate a nose is to look at it square on to examine the nose wings and tip. The look at the nose from the profile view to assess the bridge.