Vertical indent in the nose

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.

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Victor Chen, herbalist, alternative healthcare lecturer, Chinese affairs analyst, retired journalist
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