A witch is an ugly looking female, usually scoring less than 3/10 on the decile scale. Historically some females were ostracized as witches because they were conventionally unattractive, insane/crazy, or bore certain physical characteristics which were associated with being a witch.
Witch vs Angel female skull
- Oval or round, anterior jaw shape
- upturned nose with 120° nasolabial angle
- Convex upper lip (philtrum)
- Taut and projecting area under the chin (submental region)
- Forward-grown midface and lower third (most caused by an overbite).
- Relatively small face to neurocranium ratio
- Nasal base seems to reach a forward apex
- Nostril clearly visible from front due to upturned nose
- Lips make up a larger percentage of lower third than the witch
- Kylie Jenner.
- Triangle or square anterior jaw shape
- Downturned nose with 90° nasolabial angle
- Flat upper lip
- Recessed and dropped area under the chin (submental region)
- Back-grown and down midface and middle third (mostly solved by fixing an overbite)
- Larger face to neurocranium ratio
- Nasal base seems sunken and hollow
- Nostrils hidden from front due to downturned nose
- Lips make up a smaller percentage of lower third than the angel
- Wicked Witch of the West
Eyes • Lateral orbital rim • Lips • Lower third • Mandible • Maxilla • Eyebrow • Feet • Browridge • Moustache • Breasts • Buttocks • Feet • Browridge • Vagina (also known as pussy) • Penis • Testicles
Macrophallism • Midface ratio • Neoteny • Sexual attractiveness • Sexual dimorphism Facial Aesthetics: Concepts and Clinical Diagnosis • Fashion • Anteface • Fivehead • Frame • FWHR • Compact midface • Deep-set eyes • Hunter eyes
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