You might not think that your lips really say much about who you are as a person, but experts in face reading think otherwise.
The biggest indicators on your face (even more so than your eyes) are your lips, the shape of which lead people to draw conclusions about the type of person you are.
See what your lips say about your personality!
Small and round lips such as these give the sense of joyfulness and playfulness.
They also suggest a higher energy level than people with thinner lips.
These lips are very forward and so is the person behind them.
They exhibit confidence and assertiveness, but, strangely enough, not a pouty disposition.
People with broad lips tend to be seen as having balanced, stable characteristics.
Other positive traits these imply includes a nurturing disposition and professional success.
You react with lightning speed on everything that happens, constantly maintain contacts with all friends and always up to date with all the affairs and events
As you might imagine, people exhibiting these types of lips are seen as romantic, glamorous, and value creativity over practicality.
You’re absolutely self-sufficient, you do not understand what is “boring”, because you will always find, what to do.
You will be happy to go on vacation, even without the company because of the views or enjoy the fine arts in the museums.
These lips signify a person who is practical and caring, but not necessarily assertive.
They’re often more shy than those with other lip types.
Downward Tilt Lips
This rare type of lips are often found on people who tend to be more withdrawn and quiet.
However, they’re usually indicative of a person who’s very thoughtful and reflective as well.
These lips aren’t necessarily like the doll lips or the thin ones mentioned above but are just proportionately smaller on the face than other types.
People with this feature are often self-driven and independent…until the right person comes along.
As the name might suggest, people with these lips often work to become the center of attention.
They’re often seen as the “life of the party.”