though an excessive fullness is unlovely, we may niake it a condition ot' good development in a woman, tliat the above-mentioned boundaryline should be indicated, without being too pronounced (Fig. 54).
Fig. 5'2. Viennese girl of' 15, with a dimple in her chin, pure facial oval, soft mouth, beauty-folds over her eyes, and abundant liead of hair.
The dimple in the chin, an ornament to the female sex, is, like the dimples in the cheeks, caused by the contraction of' the muscles woven-in with the skin. In Austria, where the "Gruberl ini Kinn" is praised in raany poems and songs, it is of niuch more frequent occurrence than in other countries: chaeun prêche