The Natural compared to other IDs


The Natural has a tendency to be confused with other types because she has such an even image. This can be easily seen as longer, shorter more lush or sharper than she really is. If you are doubting between the N and another type, this article might help you find out!

Natural vs Flamboyant Gamine

These two actually ARE very similar! Both are made mainly of blunt, geometric shapes. So, purely shape wise, it’s hard to tell them apart (except for the mix of elongation and compactness of the FG, which is quite hard to tell sometimes). With these two it’s best to look at facial features. Either balanced and even for Ns or contrasting for FGs.


Natural vs Classic

Both are very even and balanced and can have a very similar energy. For these two it’s handy to do the line drawing. Is everything quite soft and rounded, with ovals and softened geometric shapes? Then you would be a Classic. Are the shapes quite strong and aren’t there much rounded shapes? Then Natural would be the way to go!


Natural vs Dramatic Classic

I think these two are very similar at first sight, the real difference between them is bluntness and sharpness. Again, if you are doubting between these two the shape drawing will probably help out.  


Natural vs Soft Natural

This might be an easily confused pair, not knowing whether you are lush enough for SN or balanced enough for N. A good way to find out is the shape drawing, are you mostly made up of blunt shapes or are there some circles sprinkled in?


Natural vs Flamboyant Natural

Another pair that is very similar! The biggest difference between these two is physical presence, FNs look very strong and robust while Ns are more balanced. Elongation is also a good pointer. If your shapes are long and stretched out, FN is a better fit. If you are still doubting, look at your face. The Natural has a balanced and even face while the FN has a face with a wider mouth, wide bone structure and sometimes even wide set eyes!