In Chinese physiognomy, the “mark of evil on the nose” is the vertical indent in the nose on the nose tip. Other Chinese physiognomic interpretations have claimed that a vertical indent on the tip of the nose is a mark of a “lack of high intelligence” or a “scheming personality.”
A crooket nose can be contributed to disease, illness, accidents, facial trauma, etc. but a vertical indent on the tip of the nose cannot be identified with illness, facial trauma, etc. according to Chinese physiognomy.
An evil person, according to Chinese physiognomy has a pudgy, wide, nose with big black nostrils and a vertical indent on the tip of the nose.