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    Default Face Composites of NFP males and females

    I was amused when I saw this on the facebook group, they're based on 36 images, apparently.

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    What's with INFPs and forced smiles? Also, it seems like ENFPs look past you, at someone else, their gaze is not as direct as INFPs.

    What you think? I think my instinctual variant face composite captures my expressions in photos better.
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    @SpankyMcFly has said that NFPs (especially INFPs) have "pobrecito eyes" big doe-y puppy dog eyes that evoke sympathy
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    I'd love to see a big comparison for all the temperaments or types!
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    Well of course INFPs have "forced smiles". We are introverts and prone to sadness remember

    Someone once told me, that there are 2 types of people - show teeth and never show teeth, when they smile. Lol.
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    The INFP girl composite kinda looks like me

    I show my teeth when I smile though.

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    My INFP friend has a much bigger schnoz.
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    Quote Originally Posted by five sounds View Post
    @<a href="http://www.typologycentral.com/forums/members/8584.html" target="_blank">SpankyMcFly</a> has said that NFPs (especially INFPs) have "pobrecito eyes" big doe-y puppy dog eyes that evoke sympathy
    *nods*

    My wife has "accused" me of doing this intentionally when I am not even aware that I'm doing it in order to "get my way" in her words. Which I find hilarious & annoying at the same time. What you can see emotion on my face!!! No Wai! I hide that stuff as best I can at all times! (not as good as I'd like to think) I use this as an emotional tool to manipulate others?! Oh NO you DIN'NT!!!

    This lined up quite well however when I discovered visual typing. The types all have a unique expression and for Fi/Ne it's called "Pained Expression". The irony is that this expression is not representative of any inner conflict or distress, which makes sense to me when I consider when someone has pointed this out to me, I"m like what? I feel just fine/normal *boggles*


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    I don't think STPs are big on giant smiles either, although we can fake it, but it looks corny. I'm a hide my teeth smiler. It's very subtle. It's my natural smile.

    ESTPs can especially fake big smiles, but it tends to seem fakey and forced. Like a salesman trying to work people.

    INFPs still seem warmer and more genuine with their smiles, even if they are capable of looking like melancholy gloom kids.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpankyMcFly View Post
    *nods*
    This lined up quite well however when I discovered visual typing. The types all have a unique expression and for Fi/Ne it's called "Pained Expression". The irony is that this expression is not representative of any inner conflict or distress, which makes sense to me when I consider when someone has pointed this out to me, I"m like what? I feel just fine/normal *boggles*
    I don't know, I kind of agree that the pained expression is about inner conflict or maybe confusion. I recorded myself; I had the pained expression and I remembered the thought behind it and I realised something... I think it's a conflict between Ne and Te (exploring and exacting). When I make statement without explaining it (Te) an associated conflicting thought (Ne) jumps into my head and I feel confused since I need to explain it and go off on a tangent (Ne) but Te's nagging at me to continue stating everything.

    There are a lot of similarities, though, I never rest my eyes on something; my eyes moved around a lot and my facial expressions are animated. There's definitely a naivety to my body language and I think that's why everyone seems to think I'm younger than I am since I'm not baby-faced.
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    ENFPs have much smaller noses.
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