Google 'Renaissance Portraits'. I think you'll find that narrow faces and noses are part of a general line of European features. Broad faces belong to African and Oceanic peoples.
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Roman Portrait Sculptures: Caesar to Augustus
Look at the face of Julius Caesar and Augustus.
Sure, those broad islander faces look healthy and strong but europeans have been breeding narrow faces for centuries, well no doubt connected with their early adoption of agriculture, but I don't think you can say it's a generational thing. Maybe it's gotten worse in the last generation but not by much.
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