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Facial Features of the Eyes and Eyelids
Slant of the Eye From Inner to Outer Corner
Eyes slant up Eyes slant down
Size of Iris
Small iris Large iris
Space Between the Eyes
Close together Far apart
Set of the Eyes
Deep set eyes Protruding eyes
 

Explanations of Facial Features of the Eyes and Eyelids

Slant of the Eye from Inner to Outer Corner:
  • Eyes slant up - when drawing a line through the inner and outer corner of the eye, the line slants up laterally
  • Eyes slant down - the line slants down laterally
Size of Iris:
  • Small - the iris (colored part of the eyeball) is exceptionally small in diameter, or beady
  • Large - the iris is exceptionally large and partially hidden by the lids
Space Between the Eyes
  • Close together - the eyes are especially close together, crowded to the midline relative to the whole face.
  • Far apart - the eyes are especially distant from each other, closer to the temples relative to the whole face
Set of the Eyes
  • Deep set eyes - the eyes are especially deep in their sockets
  • Protruding eyes - the eyes seemingly pop out of their sockets (a permanent condition)

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