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Type Of Hair

AFRO Big hair hairstyle, featured heavily in Afro American culture, and popular through the 1970s in the United States of America

Afro textured hair

A typical texture of Black African hair that has not been altered by hot combs, flat irons, or chemicals (by perming, relaxing, or straightening). Each strand of this hair type grows in a tiny spring-like, corkscrew shape. The overall effect is such that, despite relatively fewer actual hair shafts compared to straight hair,[1] this texture appears (and feels) denser than its straight counterparts. Due to this, it is often referred to as "thick", "bushy", or "woolly"..

Bangs / Fringe Hair that is combed to the front of the head and cut at or above the eyebrows.

Beehive Big hair hairstyle.

Bowl cut A 1920s Ukrainian recruitment poster. Moe Howard from The Three Stooges has this hairstyle for his trademark. Henry V of England had a similar hairstyle.

Bob cut A classic short hairstyle where the ends are cut just around chin length and aligned close to the facial area. A bowl can also be placed on the top of the head and the remaining part of the head can be shaved very short. This style is most common among women.

Bouffant A bouffant (pronounced /bufnt/) is a type of hairstyle characterized by hair piled high on the head and hanging down on the sides.

Braid or Plait A braid or braids, also known as a plait or plaits or a tress or tresses, or in colloquial US usage, pigtail or pigtails, is a type of hairstyle usually worn by women with long hair in which all or part of one's hair is separated into strands, normally three, and then plaited or braided together, typically forming one braid hanging down at the back of the head or two braids hanging down on either side of the head. See also cornrows, queue, crown braid (below), Dutch braid and pigtail. Bun

A women's hairstyle where the hair is pulled into a knot at the back or top of the head. More rarely, it can also consist of a bun at the side of the head or two buns on either side of the head.

See also chignon. Buzz cut A haircut where the hair is cut short and sheared off with a razor, to a point that no more than about 3/4's of an inch of hair remains on all sides.

Caesar cut The Caesar cut is a men's hairstyle with a short, horizontally straight cut named

after Julius Caesar, whose images frequently depict him wearing his hair in such a manner. Chonmage A traditional Japanese haircut.

Comb over Hair that is combed from one part of the head to another often to cover up a bald spot.

Cornrows A hairstyle originating from Subsaharan Africa and popularized by African Americans where the hair is braided into a series of French braid like locks that appear to cling to the head and travel down to the back of the neck. The hairstyle can be worn by both males and females.

Crew cut A hairstyle that is commonplace for many people (especially men) in military

units across the world. Crop A short hairstyle in which the hair is cut very close to the head, with the hair left long enough to either touch or go past the bangs.

Yulia A crown braid, crown plait or "Yulia"[3] is a traditional Ukrainian hairstyle usually worn by women with long hair consisting of a single braid wrapped around the head, as the trademark hairstyle worn by Ukrainian political Yulia Tymoshenko. It is also similar t some of the hairstyles worn by Frida Kahlo. See also braid or plait.

Curtained hair Curtained hair is the term given to the hairstyle featuring a long fringe divided in either a middle parting or a side parting. Curly hair Hair that is twisted or wavy. See also

ringlet. Devilock The sides and back are kept short, while the front is grown long and combed forward.

Dreadlocks A long hairstyle for either men or women. The hair is dreadlocked into individual sections using one of several methods (usually either backcombing, braiding, hand rolling, or allowing hair to naturally "lock" on its own). The look of dreadlocks can vary in size, tidiness, and length.

Dreadlocks are associated most closely with Rastafarians. Duck's Ass or Ducktail A short men's hairstyle where there is a small long lock of hair at the base of the neck. Dutch braid

A Dutch braid is a braid that appears to be braided "into" the hair, often described as braided backwardsstrands going under instead of over as in a French braid.

Fallera hairdo A Valencian fallera hairstyle is a traditional women's hairstyle typical of Valencia and its Falles celebration, and reminiscent of the "Princess Leia hairstyle" of Star Wars fame. It is an elaborate hairstyle consisting of two spiralled buns on either side of the head and two braids wound around the back of the head, with twisted strands of hair in different figures in the middle of the braids. This hairstyle

is reminiscent of the one found on the ancient statue of the Lady of Elx. Fauxhawk Also known as the frohawk, this hairstyle is an approximation of a mohawk, made without shaving or buzzing the hair on the sides of the head, allowing an imitation of the look of a true mohawk without having to commit to removing most of one's hair. The name is a portmanteau of faux,

the French word for false or fake, and mohawk. Feathered hair Feathered hair was a hairstyle popular in the 1970s and the early 1980s with men and women, the hair was grown long on both sides (normally covering the ears, although it could be shoulder length) unlayered (although some men with curly hair did have it layered) with either a side or a centre parting. Finger wave

Flattop A men's haircut where the hair is cut with a razor but left longer than a buzz cut and appears to be flat on the head.

Fontange A hairdo popular in the second half of the seventeenth century. French twist

A hairstyle where the hair is twisted behind the head into a sort of bun style.

Ponytail Most popular with professional wrestler Shawn Michaels.The hair is pulled and tied to the center back of the head and let the back hair almost looks like a mullet.

High and tight A military variant of the buzz cut.

Hime cut A hairstyle that consists of long straight hair that goes to at least below the shoulder blades with part of it cut to about shoulder length and bangs that go to the eyebrows. Highlights The style involves highlighting or dying various thin strands of hair via hair coloring.

Hi-top fade The hair is cut short on the sides and is grown long on the top. This style was popular among African-American youth and men in the late 1980s and early 1990s.

Jewfro A Jewish Afro hairdo that is curly.

Jheri curl Hair that is curly and kept wet by a Jheri curl activator. This style was popular in the 1980s especially with African-Americans, including Michael Jackson and Rick James. Ombre

Darker, rich color at the roots and blended through the mid shaft then filtering through

the ends that are lighter. [4] Oseledets Oseledets, also known as chupryna, is the Ukrainian name for a style consisting of an entirely shaven head, save for one lock of hair grown on the top or front of the head. Name comes from the Ukrainian Cossacks, among whom the style was

common. Kudumi or Sikha The South Indian name for a style consisting of a long tuft, or lock of hair left on top or on the back of the shaven head of a male Orthodox Hindu. Layered hair A women's

hairstyle where different sections of the front hair are cut at different lengths to give the impression of layers. Liberty spikes Hair that is grown out long and spiked up usually with a gel

Mohawk Hair that is shaved or buzzed on the sides leaving a strip of hair in the middle.

It is often spiked up. Mop-Top A mid-length haircut that has bangs that go over the forehead,collar length in the back, and on the side the ears are partly covered by the hair. Was made popular by The Beatles (John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr) Mullet

Hair that is short in front and long in the back. Odango

A hairstyle where two buns are worn on at either side of the head with the rest of the hair worn down like pigtails. Most well-known example of this style is worn by the title character of the Japanese anime Sailor Moon.

Pageboy A longer version of a bob, typically worn with bangs and below chin length

Part Hair that is parted in two different directions. Either from the left, centre or the

right Perm Hair that is chemically treated to retain curl (curly perm) or lie straight (straight perm). New hair is not affected by the chemical treatment and will grow out naturally. Pigtails

Hair that is parted down the middle and made into two pony tails on either side.

PixieCut A short layered women's hairstyle with a shaggy fringe.

Ponytail Hair that is pulled to the back of the head and often held with a hair tie or

ribbon. Psychobilly Wedge The Psychobilly Wedge is a sort of mix between a mohawk hairstyle and the pompadour, where the hair along the side of the head is shaved and the middle is not spiked but slicked back and stood up like a pompadour.

Rattail Hair that is grown out long and shaved or buzzed except for a long, thin braid at

Tonsure Traditionally worn by monks in the Middle Ages, still worn by some traditional monks today.

Slicked-back Hair that is combed back, away from the forehead, then held in place with a Hairstyling product.

the very top of the neck. Ringlet Long hair that is worn in elaborate and tight curls. This was the emblematic look of the actresses, Mary Pickford and Shirley Temple as a girl.

Undercut The undercut is a unisex haircut whereby the top section of hair is held in place whilst the side and back sections are cut, thus making the top longer and the back and sides

undercutting. Waves Short Hair Waves, shortened to just waves, is a very common and sought after hairstyle for African American men that create the appearance of water like waves of the

hair

Type Of Nose
But Wayne Rooney has one of the most attractive noses in the country, according to researchers. The Manchester United stars nose or rather its snub shape has been deemed among the most appealing by an academic who has completed what he claims is the first survey of its type to classify and record the different shapes of the human nose.

The snub: Wayne Rooney scores well with his attractive nose

The Duchess: Kates straight-edged shape is a favourite with artists Before Rooney lets the compliment go to his head, however, he should know that those with snub noses are often viewed as lacking in maturity, warns the researcher. Professor Abraham Tamir toured shopping centres in Europe and Israel, taking candid photographs of people with interesting noses. He then sorted the 1,300 pictures and matched each with a face on a painting or other piece of art. This revealed there to be 14 types of nose, with classifications ranging from fleshy to celestial.

The most common, particularly among men, was the fleshy nose, best illustrated by Prince Philip, which featured on almost a quarter of all the faces studied. Writing in the Journal of Craniofacial Surgery, Professor Tamir says those with such a nose are likely to be generous, emotional, helpful and sensitive.

The fleshy: As seen on Prince Philip, the most common nose

The hawk: Barbra Streisand's sharp profile is 'unattractive'

The Mirren: Queen actress Helen's is thin and pointed

The Greek: Fabregas's classic shape is often found on models

The aquiline: Daniel Radcliffe's nose symbolises a cool tactician

The Roman: With a sloping tip, Tom Cruises shows ambition

The Rumpole: One in 200 have a bulbous beak like Leo McKern

The Celestial: Carey Mulligans turned-up shape is a beauty

The Lenin: Broad with large nostrils, found on one in 25

The Redknapp: Just one in 50 have a nose like Spurs boss Harry

The Nixon: A rarity, fewer than one in 100 had a presidential proboscis

The Tara: Just one of 1,300 studied had a nose like

Type Of Face
Sun Face
How to read: If Sun is most influencing in the horoscope, the person will have round shaped face with bald head and eye troubles. He/she will have strong bones, wide shoulders, reddish complexion and will be of short to medium height. Where to find: We find Sun faces working in Government offices or if they work in a private company, they will be in an executive position. We see most of the Sun faces in Politics and Government offices. Their qualities: Sun faces always want to be in an authoritative position. They do not want to be subordinates to any one. They yield easily to praise. They pardon others mistakes if others kneel down before them. On the negative side, they are boastful, lazy and want to earn money by illegal manipulations.

Moon Face
How to read: If the planet Moon is most prominent, the persons entire body will be of fatty nature and round shaped. The face will be full and round. There will be wide gap between the two eyes. The stomach will be very much round. The cheeks will be full and there will be usually double chin. The nose will be short. The skin will of pale color. In some cases, we see bald head. He/she bears medium height. Where to find: We see most of the Moon faces involving in business or individual professions like doctors, restaurant owners, vegetable vendors and travel agents. Some of them show interest in Politics and become politicians. Their qualities: Such people are domestic and much attached to home and parents. They take pride in their family history. They like good food and drinks. They can become better cooks. They are fond of traveling. Since they love water, most of them own houses at the banks of rivers or ponds. On the negative side, they become over-imaginative which leads

Mars Face
How to read: There are two types of Mars faces. The positive Mars face belongs to a person who will have a muscular body, thick eyebrows and sharp sight. They bear medium height. Generally there would be a scar or cut on the head portion. If we keenly observe we can find out that the head is broad at temples and becoming narrow at the chin, thus the face gives a triangular appearance. However, the area at the chin will be slightly triangular and in most cases it shows up as rounded or square shaped. Their qualities: Positive Mars faces are endowed with physical strength and courage. They are quick and action-oriented. They get into action without wasting time in brooding. It is highly difficult to satisfy these peoples sexual needs. On the other hand, negative Mars faces can be found by their clear triangular formation towards chin region. In this case, the forehead will be generally short. It means the gap between the hair line and the eyebrows will be short. The body and the face will be thin. There will be a scar or mark of a wound present on the head. Their qualities: Negative Mars face represents a person with anger and headstrong nature. They are impulsive and take decisions without adequate thinking. They express their opinion very strongly to the extent of hurting others. This will spoil their married life. Suicidal tendencies show up when they are in bad mood. They do not hesitate to kill others upon slightest provocation. Often we see criminals in this category. Where to find: We see both positive and negative Mars faces mostly in the Police or Defense Departments, Sports people, Body builders and Fighters.

Mercury Face
How to read: When Mercury is strong in the horoscope, the person looks young and playful. He/she will have upright rectangular face, generally with long nose and chin. He/ she will be of short height. The person walks briskly and he/she will be fond of short journeys. Where to find: We find Mercury faces in all types of businesses. They take lead in the areas where communication is important. Such people are seen in Mass media, Publishing, Teaching, Writing, adagencies, and in some cases as business advisors. Their qualities: Such persons are mentally active and hence most suitable for mental work. They are endowed with strong memory and good communication. They will have two different personalities in them but only one is exhibited to the world and the other one is hidden always. On the negative side, they become cunning and tell lies. They can analyze any situation very well but when coming to their own they cannot come to any conclusion.

Jupiter Face
How to read: Jupiter planet influence makes the person to appear tall and stout. Such a person possess broad forehead, clear curved lines separating the nose and cheeks and inclination to baldness near the temples. The face will be generally of square or rectangular type. Where to find: Jupiter faces are highly diplomatic and hence we find them as advisors and lobbyists to Government. They excel as Political leaders, Judges, top level business magnets and religious gurus. Their qualities: They are best leaders and diplomats. Their statements and decisions always influence large crowds of people. They try to preserve the culture, law and religion of the land. On the negative side, they try to get name, power and money out of others work. Some of them involve into big scams.

Venus Face
How to read: When Venus is the influencing planet, the person will have attractive face and body. The face glows and the eyes radiate beams of light. The eyes appear to be full and prominent. The region below the eyes will be shiny and full. The person will be of medium height, with curly lustrous hair and good skin tone. Where to find: Venus faces are found where artistic activity is involved. They are sociable and crave for appreciation from others. Hence we find most of the actors, artists, and some business people come into this category. Their qualities: They are highly attractive with a rich and royal look. They are fond of friends, pleasures and luxury. They love beauty, fine surroundings, cloths, ornaments and decorations. Coming to negative qualities, they change their opinion in love and are not reliable in love matters. Most of them involve into multiple sexual attachments and hence will have loose morals.

Saturn Face
How to read: If Saturn is the prominent planet in the horoscope, the person looks tall and lean with bony appearance. The face will be upright rectangular with thin and bony appearance. The cheeks go inside. He/she will have deep set eyes and thin neck. The nose will be prominent, thin and protrudes down. The face looks cruel and gives an impression of melancholic nature. Where to find: Saturn faces are seen in Labor Unions, Health Departments, hard laborers like Rickshaw pullers, farmers and people who involve in low category jobs . Their qualities: They are serious about the work and disciplined in the office. They do any work with much patience, tenacity and they make deeper study of any issue.

Mixed Types

It is rare to find the pure type of faces, since other planets modify the influence of the main planet considerably. Hence most of the times, the main planet becomes obscure in the face of the person and the Face Reader will end up with wrong analysis. Let us take the case of Abraham Lincoln, the renowned President of USA. The face of Lincoln is upright rectangular with its bony appearance denoting the planet Saturn. The fact that he was born in an uneducated peasant family and raised from penury is enough to understand the Saturns effect. Also, Saturns bad effect is responsible for losing his children. He fought against slavery in America which indicates again Saturns influence. The deep set eyes and firm lips are marks of Saturn. Apart from Saturn, the rectangular face also indicates the planet Mercury. Abraham Lincolns long straight nose confirms this. He is a great orator and worked as a Postman and as a Lawyer. Mercury gives him excellent mental acumen. His forehead is wide. The cheek lines from the nose to the chin are prominent. This is a mark of the planet Jupiter. This planet is responsible for his religious nature, diplomacy and exceptional leadership qualities. Thus, we see three planets: Saturn, Mercury and Jupiter influenced the entire life of Abraham Lincoln and we can attribute all the major events in his life to these three planets.

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Type Of Eyes
Almond This shape is classic and easy to make up. You can do truly anything with almond eyes. Just keep them looking fresh and simple. Apply a shimmer pale color across the entire lid, moving from lash line to brow. For added emphasis, take a darker color and create a soft horizontal V around the outer corner; with the legs ending at the pupil . Deep-Set The goal : to bring your eyelids out. Apply a light shade all over the lid. Skip shadow in the crease and focus on lower lid and / or outer corner : For emphasis apply color across the lower lid from inner to outer corner: professionals use dark shadow along the lash line from center to outer corner. This makes lashes look thicker and smokier focusing attention on the eye, not on the recessive lid. Hooded Hooded eyes, where skin from the brow bone extends almost to the lash line, present a where -to -put-the -shadow problem. The solution: medium color goes slightly above the crease. Stay away from light lid colors and opalescent textures, except at the lash line, and avoid putting highlighter at the brow. finish with smoky outer corners; line the eyes with dark shadow from the outer corners to just above the pupils. Asian Stay away from light shades; light emphasizes the lid instead of the eye add depth with a medium shadow, staring near the inner corner and taking it up to the crease ( side-sweeping the lower lid on the way up). Then apply it vertically, covering about half the upper lid. Next , line the entire upper lash line with a darker colors, ending with a slight upward tilt. Line the bottom lash line, too, but end in a straight line. Round Big round eyes ( like Demi Moore ) are often thought of as innocent. Women who like this look can use the almond technique; But if round eyes seem too girlish, we suggest de-emphasizing them by applying dark shadow on only the outer third of the lower lid, which "stretches" the eyes. For added drama extend dark shadow one eighth of an inch past the outer corner in an upward.