What is life like in India?
The skin tone and color of hairs will be the major factor. The nose will be narrow in Caucasian face and little wider in Indian type. The bottom eyelid will be more prominent in Indian type than the other. The eyes will be little sunken in Caucasian type.
With various shades of brown skin, straight black hair and for the most part brown eyes, the Indian people do not have specific physical characteristics that differentiate them from many of the other different ethnic groups.
North Indians The mean facial lengths of Indians from the northern region in both genders were larger than those of southern Indians. In the present study, north Indian males were found to have very long faces and females showed very long to round faces.
Skin tones can be classified from very light skin to dark. Very light skin tones will generally have a slightly pinkish undertone; unlike in the case of Asians who mostly have yellow undertones. Here in India, the undertones are mostly olive or gold-yellowish.
Here”s what goes well with the most common face shapes.
Using a kajal or Surma on your baby’s eyes is a traditional Indian culture, which is believed to ward off evil eyes (buri nazar). A lot of Indian parents use kajal to make the eyes of their babies look bigger and more beautiful.
In India as in the middle east, being soft and hairless is a pretty common beauty norm. Having perfectly threaded eyebrows, and waxed arms and legs. In the west, women don’t tend to shave or wax their arms, and when I moved here from India I always found that odd.
Indians have been described as eternal optimists: philosophical, laid-back and resilient. One Indian said: “We are comfortable in our skins. No existential angst or Freudian guilt torments us.” Indians like to talk, converse, gossip, engage in animated discussions, indulge in conspiracies and watch soap opera dramas.
South Indians have somewhat oilier skin. FACIAL STRUCTURE: Indian women generally have a rounded face. North Indian women have more hyper leptoprosopic faces, or a very long face. South Indian women generally have a Mesoprosopic (round face).