A hairline that comes to a point in the center of the forehead. So named because it was thought to be a sign of early widowhood (mimicing the design of a widow's hood). Can be used for early introduction to genetics (along with unattached earlobes, tongue rolling, and hair on the middle section of the fingers) as it is the result of a dominant gene.

Famous widow's peaks: Dracula, Butch Patrick in The Munsters, Richard M. Nixon, Mikhail Baryshnikov.

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