Diamond Head State Monument encompasses over 475 acres, including the interior and outer slopes of the crater. This broad, saucer-shaped crater was formed about 300,000 years ago during a single, explosive eruption that sent ash and fine particles in the air.
Perfect example– one of my clients had always thought she had a heart shaped face just because she had a pointed chin like Reese Witherspoon. The thing is, you can have the pointed chin of someone who has a heart-shaped face but if your hairline is more narrow, as my client’s was, you would fall more in the diamond family.
A pear-shaped face means that the widest points of your jaw are slightly wider than the widest points of your hairline. Although it’s a beautiful shape, the pear-shaped face can be a difficult one if you don’t know which styles are most flattering.
Hearts have a slightly more prominent jaw than kite shapes and narrow at the chin. #3 RECTANGLE: 16% of Australians. Characteristics: Rectangle faces are recognisable by their defined jaw line, of similar width to the cheekbone and lower forehead. #4 OVAL: 14% of Australians Characteristics: Ovals are typically smaller than average on all measures.
Long face shapes are longer than they are wide, which is why the shape is sometimes referred to as "oblong." If your cross shape ratio is more than 1:1 1/2, then you fall into this face shape zone. If your cross shape ratio is more than 1:1 1/2, then you fall into this face shape zone.