What Your Face Says about You
What are your immediate impressions of these people?
From infancy, we are conditioned to make snap judgments about a person’s emotional state and personality from their facial expressions. At a subconscious level, we label people as stern, angry, tense, unapproachable, sad, fatigued, overwhelmed, or exhausted – from the briefest of glances – and respond to them accordingly.
Would you like to make a better
impression on people?
“My job as an aesthetic physician is to analyze how your expressive lines, sagging and facial shape contribute to the impression other people have of you, and to restore a more relaxed, refreshed, rejuvenated, attractive and approachable appearance that truly reflects the underlying you.”
- Dr. Denise Hyland