This lowering and drawing together of the eyebrows forms wrinkles on the forehead, just above the nose and the eyebrows. Eyes The eyes are usually narrowed to produce an intense stare. Staring eyes are indicated by raised upper eyelids. The lower eyelids may also be slightly raised or tensed in order to produce the focusing eye movement.
The Definitive Guide to Reading Microexpressions
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Along with the eyes they make the main features of our face, meaning that they participate in many different expressions and attract a lot of attention. Since we have a whole section focused on eye contact , it's only appropriate that we dedicate time to learn what the mouth can tell us too, non-verbally. Attention Please So, what do we need lips for? First of all, let's acknowledge the fact that the lips are actually a part of your skin. Only in our case it's a very special part. It's thin, moveable and sensitive - tucked with massive amount of nerve endings, perfect for other utilities other than just covering our teeth. Who would want sweaty lips anyway?
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The Definitive Guide to Reading Microexpressions Learning how to decode facial expressions is like having a superpower. The face and its facial expressions, also known as microexpressions, are the window to the soul. If you know how to read them. The good news is we can tell a lot about someone by their face. The Face of a Leader:
Homepage - Facial Expressions Section - Mouth and lips in body language Part 1 Part 2 Pursing, Puckering and Pouting the Lips There are many ways to squeeze the lips to create various mouth expressions. The names we give such expressions are technical, but their meaning obviously isn't. Pursing the Lips - The lips create a round, but tight shape. Just imagine a grumpy old lady with a stern look.