Describe a Person's Physical Appearance

Monday, September 15, 2008

Have you ever met someone who you discovered would be perfect for a friend of yours, but when asked, you found yourself without the necessary language to describe them to your friend? Perhaps you have trouble remembering faces. You don't have to be an artist to be able to let someone know what another looks like. If you follow these instructions, you'll improve your memory and maybe even hook your friend up with Mr. or Ms. Right.

Start from the top. Notice the hair on your person of interest. Is it long, shoulder-length, or shorter? Do this person wear a distinct hairstyle? What color is their hair?
Look at the person's face. Even identical twins have facial differences that make every face on earth completely unique. Look for the following features:
* Eyebrows: Are their eyebrows thick or thin, light or dark? Do they have small eyes or large eyes? Are they deep-set or bulgy? Are they almond-shaped or round? Do they have long, thick, curly lashes, or are they sparse, straight or short?
* Nose: The person's nose can be almost any shape or size. Is it long or short, turned up or hooked? Is it wide or narrow?
* Mouth: Is the mouth wide or small? Does the person have full lips or thin lips, and is their cupid's-bow on top very defined?
Notice any distinctive features, such as a mole or birthmark, even a scar or tattoo.
What shape body does this person have? Are they tall or short, round, curvy, stout or lanky? Do they have proportionately long arms or legs?

Be consistent with what order you notice features and you will remember them more easily.
Be subtle about looking at a person because staring is rude, and a long up-and-down could start a fight.

If you try to hook your friend up with someone, it is best to make sure the person in question is single and of the proper sexual orientation.
Any excessive looking, whether it be glances or stares, could be misconstrued as aggressive. Take your time, and not only will you be safer, you'll remember more easily.


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