Forehead tells a lot about your character

Forehead tells a lot about your character
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The shape and size of the forehead have a major influence on the behaviour of many people. This helps others to understand the character of the person by looking at his or her forehead. Onmanorama tells you some common types of forehead and their significance.

Horizontally shaped forehead without slopes

People having such foreheads are most likely to be progressive thinkers. However, they are usually not suitable for jobs which involve much work pressure. These persons try to complete all engagements in a perfect manner. As a result, they may find it difficult to finish emergency tasks.

Sloped forehead

Quick thinkers, such persons may have a tendency to take action too fast. However, in situations which demand deep thinking, these people may take their own time.

Bow shaped forehead

Being controlled by others is usually detested by people with such a forehead. Most of them are likely to be engaged in creative pursuits. Artists, these people loathe mathematical sciences. However, they most probably have talent along with intelligence.

Small and broad forehead

It is believed such people have deep insight as well as imagination and talent. They may prefer acquiring knowledge from experience rather than education.

High and slightly wide forehead

This is considered the ideal forehead. It is seen that persons blessed with this facial feature are successful in life. The elongated eyebrows denote that they are honest and sincere.

Forehead with lines and folds

Such people are seen to be keen observers and often engage in research activities.

Forehead without lines and folds

In contrast to people with lines and folds, those lacking these features may be cold personalities who are selfish and devoid of compassion.

Forehead with a perpendicular line between eyes

It is believed that such people will have enhanced powers of concentration.

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