Women’s faces were actually measured and classified according to Kushima/Saito’s（ 2015a,b） facial features impressionmodel in this study. It was examined if differences in facial features generated differences in makeup behavior and interactionswith others. Results showed that differences were seen between women with feminine facial features and womenwith masculine facial features. Rate of concordance between actual face and self cognition among women with femininefeatures was high. Their makeup was assertive. They were strongly evaluated and role expectations were set. Rate of concordancebetween actual face and self cognition among women with masculine features was low. Their makeup was submissive,and it was suggested that evaluation and role expectations were not as strong.