Post by The Doctor on Feb 23, 2018 15:30:20 GMT -5
I've noticed a fairly strong signal, and I tend to use it often.
Se tends to pull the eyebrows from the arches.
Si tends to pull the eyebrows from the center of the forehead.
This effect is usually pretty well evidenced, even in Ni and Ne users - though, they tend to exhibit some of the opposite function's movements. If so, these movements will be less apparent than the primary function's. For example, Ni users tend to move more from the arches than the middle, and Ne users tend to move more from the middle than the arches. The end result tends to be a sort of 'level' effect across the forehead.
However, watch out for anatomy. Some people have natural arches, but their eyebrows move like Si. Other people have no natural arches, and their eyebrows move like Se. It's the movement, not the shape that determines this signal.
Last Edit: Feb 23, 2018 15:32:20 GMT -5 by The Doctor
Disclaimer: Everything I say here is my OPINION. Please keep that in mind.