Look at the way we dress. Whether the person dressed tastefully or with a claim, does it shock suit or hiding behind it? Ostentation, originality (or the desire to seem so), courage, independence, or vanity can be determined by the choice of non-standard solutions in appearance.
Be careful with interpretations. For example, the humble suit can hide and suspicion, and secrecy, cowardice and caution, a tendency to manipulate and even tyranny. And can conceal under a personality, which the world of things completely not interested.
Carefully analyze and accessories. Here important indicators is moderation and appropriateness. Often excesses in jewelry are an indication of vanity, expressive and maybe even some of the inadequacy of the owner. No accessories or modesty in their use can speak about the inability to use, and the simplicity of the person, the straightness or inattention to detail.
Focus more on facial expressions and gestures of the person, especially in situations in which he is not "drawn", not eager to please. Usually, wide and rich body language shows extravertebral and expressiveness. Same meager and angular gestures, talking more about the squeeze and uncertainty of the person, than about character traits.
Use some of the tenets of physiognomy by defining the nature of man in his face. With all its parts connect different personality traits. But be careful, because in the literature many signs are treated differently.
Look at the top part of the face. For example, according to the severity of the eyebrows and judged on strength of character, inherent energy, and of the relation of man to the thing – as he is inclined to follow through. Sloping back line of the forehead indicates a better interaction with technology, and a straight line – on the contrary, about contact with people, ability to build relationships.
Analyze the fit of the eye. Close speaks of dedication and concentration of a person in time, the ability to be accurate. Wide-set eyes say the opposite: "floating" in time and order.
Pronounced, well-defined upper cheekbones – evidence of the riskiness of as traits. Furthermore, it is argued that this duty to exercise their right to risk and to win. Wide lower cheekbones will warn you about the person with whom it is difficult to argue that feels confident and unwavering.
Look at the most expressive object in the face - the nose. It is believed that the round, fleshy tip demonstrates a broad and genial nature, and narrow, suspicious. Hooked nose gives a wise man, and points to materialism, or the materialistic orientation of the personality, but the snub-nosed noses are often talking about children's naivety and somewhat romantic person.