Gwangsang, aka physiognomy or face reading is an ancient art of using facial features to deduce someone’s personality.
The forehead, nose and chin predict the early (0-34 years), middle (35-50 years) and later (51+ years) in one’s life.
Each individual feature assesses different parts of your fortune and character. The nose and nostrils are indicative of one’s will power and is a repository of energy. Below are different nose shapes and what they mean:
- A full aquiline nose, or Roman nose, indicates power, independence, determination, and pride, but if the nose is on the thin side, the person may be a bit of a tyrant. If this type of nose is bent down, the person might be sarcastic, yet not funny, and proud, but melancholy.
- A person with a big, oversize nose can be prone to violent streaks.
- An upturned nose might mean that the person is gregarious, and likes to intermingle with those around him.
- A snub nose means the person is dominant, and lacks elegance and proper behavior, but at the same time, has literary and poetic tendencies.
- A slightly curved, upward-pointing nose indicates enthusiasm and skill, and their determination, as well as their happy attitude and stylishness, help them to achieve their goals.
- Straight, well-formed noses could mean that the owner is patient, kind, elegant, and resourceful, but also a bit indifferent, as well as socially and morally lax.
Because Gwangsang is especially important in the Eastern culture, many young people have changed their facial features to better present themselves for job interviews.
Now instead of taking drastic actions like going under the scalpel, you are able to present the best version of yourself using non-invasive products such as NoseSecret!