According to the art of face reading, your forehead reveals clues about your thinking style, says Barbara Roberts, author of Face Reading: How to Know Anyone at a Glance. Pinpoint the shape of your forehead to learn more about your personality!
If your forehead is…
Square: You’re a determined go-getter
“A woman whose forehead forms a box is extremely focused and hardworking,” observes Roberts. Passionate and resilient, you look at challenges not as insurmountable roadblocks but as motivation to raise the bar on your already lofty standards and strive to achieve even more, both personally and professionally.
Short: You’re a witty intuitive
A quick thinker, you make people laugh easily and are able to come up with clever comments at the drop of a proverbial hat. Though your intellect is wide-ranging, perhaps the most impressive part of the way you think is your emotional IQ. Able to read what people are feeling with a mere glance, you’re highly sensitive and keenly insightful.
Round: You’re a sensitive giver
A hairline in the shape of a half-circle suggests that you’re altruistic and generous, reveals Roberts. Not only are you a loyal friend to your tight inner circle, you’re also focused on issues that affect your community, from your neighborhood dog shelter to your church fund-raiser — causes that may start locally but trigger a ripple effect of positivity that extends far beyond your backyard.
Tall and wide: You’re a bold seer
A strategic thinker able to see 10 steps ahead, you understand both the big picture and the smaller details necessary to make all of your dreams come true. This powerful dichotomy not only makes you a person others tend to turn to in a pinch, it also makes you a true force to be reckoned with.
Heart-shaped: You’re a free-spirited creative
A “V” in the center of your forehead may as well stand for vivacious! Blessed with a fertile imagination and an infectious passion for life, you’re an innovative, flexible thinker, says Roberts. As artistic as you are idealistic, you make the world a happier place just by being in it.
This story originally appeared in our print magazine.