However, I don't believe V.I. should even take into consideration of a person's facial structure. That is because someone isn't going to have round eyes or a pointy nose because of the way their brain developed. They will have that as a result of their D.N.A., meaning whatever they inherited from their parents.
So, what's the problem? Don't you believe that your personality is inherited and a result of your DNA? We should expect
a correlation between traits of personality and physical characteristics, and one of the reasons for that is that we have (quite recently) discovered that we don't have as many genes as we previously thought we had. That probably means that the information that determines our personal traits have to "live together in the same apartment", i.e. be located in the same place, and therefore it is possible that, for example, one specific personality trait is always linked with some specific physical trait and almost never with a totally different physical trait. But this is rather speculative, and I'm not an expert on genetics, so maybe someone else could explain it better.