CHINESE FACE READING - Eyes
EYES - WORLDVIEW
The way people look at the world is revealed by the features of their eyes. The following four eye features show levels of intimacy, openness, passiveness and accuracy.
TOP EYELID - INTIMACY
A thick eyelid indicates that this person likes intimacy, closeness and private relationship. A thin eyelid shows a preference for detachment, objectivity and business. So while thickness is more personal, thinness is more professional.
Thick eyelid: intimacy
Thin eyelid: detachment
BOTTOM EYELID - OPENNESS
Look at the curve of the lower eyelid. If it is quite curved you can read this as openness and candor. A straight lower eyelid shows this person is more wary and defensive.
DEPTH OF EYE SOCKET - DOMINATION
Notice whether the eyeball is set deep in the socket or whether it bulges outward. Deepset eyes are common among people who are waiting, laid back and passive. Protruding eyes demonstrate a person who is reactive, ambitious and dominating.
Deepset: laid back
WIDTH OF EYES - VISUAL FIELD
Look at the distance between the eyes. Eyes that are set close together show that this person is detail-oriented and concerned with accuracy, while eyes that are set far apart are expected with someone who is a trend-setter and a visionary.