Chin Reading: Shapes and Meanings

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People with strong jaws are opinionated and judgmental. They inspire confidence and others subconsciously feel protected and safe in their company. Many politicians have strong jaws. However, people with strong jaws can also cause problems with family and friends as they often have hard time accepting other people’s ideas. People with highly prominent jaws can stand up and fight for what they believe in.

The Chin

In Chinese face reading, the shape and size of your chin hold over the luck trend of the later years (61 – 75 yrs of age). A good chin means that the owner will enjoy a good quality of life in her old age. The ancient Chinese liked protruding chins (pic A), especially if they were square as they considered this a perfect chin for a man. Greek artists also liked protruding chins, many sculptures of their gods all had strong, powerful chins. The Chinese believe that a full fleshy chin signifies luck, but a thin, pointed chin is considered unlucky. An auspicious chin is slightly protruding, fleshy and appears like a ‘mountain’.

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Round Chin
People with rounded chins (pic B) are supportive, generous, sympathetic, kind and family-minded. They might work hard, but they also know how to play hard too. Friendly and enjoy social gatherings, they are willing to help anyone in need. These people dislike being placed in a leadership role.

Square Chin
These people are often stubborn to a fault. People with square chins (pic C) are direct, open, practical and energetic. They are less likely to step back or negotiate, and this is why square-chinned people may have so much enemies. If the square chin is overly prominent, then the person will be demanding, obstinate and unforgiving.

Pointed or Narrow Chin
This type of chin is often considered to have ‘Fire-shape Face’ and belongs to hot-tempered, stubborn, fiery, sensitive, fun-loving, sociable and weak-minded people. Pointed-chin (pic D) people love gossip and enjoy knowing what everyone else is up to. The ancient Chinese also believed that people who have a pointed, narrow chins could face troubles in their old age. This feature also indicates betrayal, loneliness, and possibly even a short life.

Jutting Chin
People with chins that jut out are forceful, confident, enthusiastic, and sure of themselves. These people have wonderful reserves of energy and drive that help them persist until they reach their goals. Negative qualities of this type of chin suggest that the owner is a pushy and charismatic flirt who is likely to be an unfaithful partner.

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Receding Chin
Receding chin (pic E) are like no chin, and those with receding chins are considered to be the opposite in nature and characteristics of people who have jutting or protruding chin. It indicates weaker-willed personality.

Long Chin
Long Chin belongs to people who are loyal, affectionate and genuinely concerned about others. Cooperative and nice to get along with, these people make friends very easily. They find it easy to express their emotions.

Double Chin
Most people are unhappy when they know they have a double chin (pic F). In face reading, this is actually an auspicious sign as it indicates good happiness in later life. People with a double chin is believed to have good luck in their later years. Not only that, their children will have good relationships with them too.

Cleft Chin
People who have a cleft in their chins (pic G) enjoy being in the spotlight and getting attention. This constant need for assurance can prove wearing for thier partners and work colleagues. They also possess strong sexual appetites. The owners of this chin remain youthful even in their old age.



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