Sorting through the answers…
Hmmm, I’m getting something…
Wide heart shaped.
(Notice how wide it is, wide + heart=wide heart shaped).
For starters, Daniel has an almost wider appearing face shape–so where to start with if you wanted to draw it right?
First, it helps to narrow down the face shape. How square aka; wide-flat is it exactly?
So, how can you tell how wide-square his shape is?
The reason why I ask this is because some people have heart-almost longer shapes and some people have very wide-square appearing shaped faces.
However, some wide shapes sometimes are not completely flat aka; square and at the same time almost longer and heart-shaped, somewhere in between
aka; Wide + Heart shaped=Wide Heart shaped (Wide-square, for more examples, click here. )
So how can you determine this? …
It’s not that hard, doesn’t take a genius. There is a simple way to tell all this. Don’t let your mind’s eye trick you. It always helps to double check, identify up closer what a face shape is.
How?… By tracing your finger around the face.
Notice how it is not completely flat?
It is close, almost more square. However, it is slightly rounder with a trilateral chin on the bottom and almost longer-round on the top half of the shape.
Basically, almost square, but at the same time almost longer-narrower and rounder, heart-shaped.
Or, as I like to refer to as wide + heart= “Wide Heart shaped face”.
One face shape reading down
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