Look into the faces that could make you millions

THEY say people will do anything to grab a headline and they might not be wrong. MyJobGroup.co.uk, a regional job advertisement business, went as far as contacting Naomi Tickle, an “internationally-renowned” personologist (that’s someone who studies people’s faces), to find out what kind of facial features make someone successful. Tickle gladly took up the challenge, merging the images of Britain’s richest men and women to produce the photos on the right. Diligently she drew out the common features and explained what type of nose will make you wealthy. Mark Riley, the marketing director of MyJobGroup.co.uk, says: “Success in business is down to many factors, one of which could well be our facial features. Following our analysis with Naomi Tickle, we were surprised to see how prominent certain features were in the faces of the UK’s ten richest men and women.” Great news for their relatives – guess the rest of us need to keep saving for plastic surgery.

The combined faces of Britain’s top 10 richest women:

(1) Kirsty Bertarelli, (2) Charlene de Carvalho, (3) Lady Tina Green, (4) Kirsten Rausing, (5) Baroness Howard de Walden, (6) Helene and Marianne Odfjell, (7) Ruth Parasol, (8) Dame Mary Perkins, (9) Lily Safra, (10) Slavica Ecclestone.

Source: Sunday Times Rich List 2010

Common facial features and analysis for women:

1 Long philtrum: a sarcastic, dry sense of humour and doesn’t take criticism too personally.

2 Flared eyebrows: enjoys the limelight and is very creative.

3 Roman nose: has an eye for a bargain and is very cost conscious. Desires money.

4 Sloped back forehead: quick to respond to problems.

5 High forehead: needs intellectual challenges and thinks outside the box.

The combined faces of Britain’s top 10 richest men:

(1) Lakshmi Mittal, (2) Roman Abramovich, (3) Duke of Westminster, (4) Ernesto Bertarelli, (5) David & Simon Reuben, (6) Alisher Usmanov, (7) Galen Weston, (8) Sir Philip Green, (9) Anil Agarwal, (10) Hans Rausing.

Source: Sunday Times Rich List 2010

Common facial features and analysis for men:

1 Roman nose: has an eye for a bargain.

2 Ears set back on head: focuses on the future and can be extravagant.

3 Wide set eyes: sees the bigger picture and is a multi-tasker.

4 Protruding chin: tenacious.

5 Flared nostrils: very independent and high self reliance.

6 Inverted ‘V’ eyebrows: good at seeing the overall picture.