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Diversity Face Chart Templates

As an open-minded make-up ‘artist’ I find it strange that the majority of face charts represent only one type of face shape/features/skin tone: the female Caucasian. I have therefore produced a diverse range of Exclusively Themed ‘race’ face charts as a truer representation of the myriad of indigenous peoples around the globe. They also include unisex/transgender features. In my eyes, the ‘unhelpful’ terms ‘white’ and ‘black’ actually ‘divide’ and do not give a clear picture of millions of blended differences/mixed races. Most people will find that their DNA contains a blend of several, more ‘colourful’ origins.

The anthropological and geographical terms for ethnic peoples are given as: Caucasoid (mainly pale pink/beige European Aryans through to olive/light brown skinned Mediterranean Semitic and Hamitic Near Middle Eastern people), Mongoloids (beige to yellow toned Far East Asians, Native Alaskans/Canadians and olive to brown skinned Central Asians, Native First Nations of The Americas), dark brown skinned Negroids (ethnic groups originally from Sub-Saharan Africa, Oceania, South Asia and Southeast Asia), Khoisanoids or Capoids (indigenous South Africans) and dark brown skinned ethnic Pacific races (Australian aborigines, Polynesians, Melanesians, Micronesians, Indonesians). These descriptions are purely a guideline, as there are exceptions such as those with unusual skin conditions (e.g. albinism, vitiligo).

List of Anthropological Terms for different Global Ethnic Races:

Caucasoid:

Aryans

Semitic

Hamitic

Negroid:

African Negro

Khoikhoi

Melanesian

Negrito

Australoid

Mongoloid:

North Mongol

Chinese & Indochinese

Korean & Japanese

Tibetan & Burmese

Malay

Polynesian

Maori

Micronesian

Eskimo & Inuit

American Indian

I am giving away copies of my unique diversity face chart templates to my www.facebook.com/exclusivelythemed MUA followers... so do get in touch if you're interested in using some... Laura


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