Face Reading

The Complete Guide to Cheeks in Chinese Face Reading (2022)

In Chinese face reading, physiognomy, or Mien Shiang, the cheeks indicate the function of your immune system and the level of your self-confidence. Generally, well-structured cheeks are signs of high energy, decisiveness, and assertiveness.

The cheeks are associated with the metal element. The Chinese interpret rosy cheeks as a promise of happiness. They also say that the higher the cheeks, the more auspicious your career will be.

If you have a strong cheek as well as a well-developed cheekbone, you are bold, strong, and powerful in personality.

In this post, I will talk about the meanings of your cheeks based on the art of Chinese face reading:

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Disclaimer: The knowledge in this article suggests possibilities, not facts.

  1. Round High Cheeks
  2. Bony High Cheeks
  3. Hollow (Indented) Cheeks
  4. Flat Cheeks
  5. Middle and Lower Cheeks
  6. Dimples
  7. Cheekbones
  8. Mole on Cheeks
  9. Bonus

1. Round High Cheeks

In Chinese face reading, full, fleshy, and rounded cheeks mean that you are confident, practical, sensual, and lively. You want to enjoy life to its utmost possibility.

Round Cheeks
Round Cheeks

Old masters of Mien Shiang say that anyone who wants to cheat a person with high-rounded cheeks better think twice before they commit the action. This is because round, high cheeks are a sign of courage, willpower, and toughness.

People with these cheeks usually are strong in character. Sometimes, their dynamic energy can make other people feel anxious. These people will never settle for mediocrity.

2. Bony High Cheeks

People with bony high cheeks are said to be “clever in a quiet way”. They seem to be destined to be lonely by fate as they have only a few friends.

Bony High Cheeks
Bony High Cheeks

Bony high cheeks mean that the owner seldom has financial problems. However, at a certain point in their lives, they will have to face some serious difficulties. This may mark a long period of unhappiness for people with bony high cheeks.

In Chinese face reading, people with bony high cheeks should prepare themselves for a sudden loss or misfortune.

3. Hollow (Indented) Cheeks

Hollow or indented cheeks are a sign of bodily and emotional stress, particularly related to work. This is why when you see someone overworks, their cheeks suddenly become indented, which looks like they don’t have enough food.

Therefore, people with hollow or indented cheeks often feel a lack of something in life. If you were born with hollow cheeks, it probably means that your mother experienced stress when she was pregnant. Alternatively, you may carry this trait from your ancestral lineage.

4. Flat Cheeks

Chinese face reading regards people with flat cheeks as someone who avoids conflict and confrontation. This is an unfortunate sign as this trait signifies a lack of discipline in life. At worst, flat cheeks are associated with cowardice and capriciousness.

These people often don’t pursue things until the end because of their fickle nature. They also don’t manage money very well and they really need to work hard to get what they want.

5. Middle and Lower Cheeks

Lower cheeks are the area next to the mouth and below the cheekbones while middle cheeks are right next to the lower cheeks.

Taoist face readers call lower cheeks “moneybags” area because it signifies if you are going to get rich or not.

If you see the plumpness in the lower cheeks area, it means you have enough energy when things get physically, emotionally, and spiritually hard. This trait also indicates that you will be able to get rich and keep the money that you already have.

In Chinese face reading, middle cheeks are regarded as the “breath of life” because it shows if the person has a desire for life. That is, middle cheeks are full when we are happy while they are hollow and dark when we are “close to the end”.

In fact, many people who had suicided before have hollowed and hark middle cheeks. If they overcome depression and become happy again, their middle cheeks once again fill out.

6. Dimples

In Chinese face reading, dimples on the cheeks show that a person is sensual and easy-going. These people are also fickle in nature, especially related to romantic relationships.

People with dimples have many lovers to choose from. Yet, once they make up their mind, they usually have a long-term relationship with their partner.

When you have a dimple together with sparkling peach luck, you can escape most troubles from life just my smiling and laughing.

7. Cheekbones

Cheekbones are the bones behind your cheeks, located under your eye socket in the middle of the face. Generally, cheekbones are related to authority and pride. The more prominent your cheekbones, the more natural authority you possess.

Large cheekbones are related to strong metal energy. These people tend to be bossy and usually don’t age fast. The cheekbones’ plumpness and position also affect one’s fortune.

8. Moles on Cheeks

Generally, a mole on the cheek is a sign of bravery and sincerity. People who have this mole love to learn while do not have much materialistic tendency. However, this may indicate problems related to legal disputes.

People who have moles on their cheeks are optimistic and have enough power to achieve success. They may be self-centered sometimes and there is a high possibility that they do not get along well with other people.

If the mole appears on the left cheek, we have an example of someone who is arrogant but introverted. He is also likely to be extravagant with money.

When the mole is on the right cheek, the person attracts good friendships because of her caring nature. She is sensitive and puts a high value on family and relationships.

9. Bonus

As a matter of fact, it is always best to study Chinese face reading with REAL life examples.

Thus, if you know someone famous who can be an excellent example for this post, please share your thought with other people.

This section is called “Bonus” because it is where we can all benefit from each other.

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