Online Counseling: Your Lips Can Define Your Personality

“The first impressions we form about other people based on their facial appearance influence important social outcomes,” wrote Benedict Jones, PhD Your lips are a part of your face that adds a whole meaning to the science of natural appearance. It gives a proper definition of the purpose of smiling. But do you know that the size of your lips has something to do with your personality?

Vinita Mehta PhD, EdM, wrote, “Higher levels of Extraversion were related to more protruding nose and lips, a recessive chin and masseter muscles (the jaw muscles used in chewing).”

Let’s try to identify each one.  

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Big Full Lips – Sultry and puffy lips is an indication that you are a type of person that is extremely caring towards others. You tend to think about others’ needs before stressing yourself in assessing your own. You have this strong desire to care for people without asking for anything in return. In most cases, people possessing these large full lips have the potential to become excellent parents. However, don’t stress over it, it’ll take time. 

Extremely Thin Upper Lip – It is probably one of the most naturally recognizable lips that you can have. It indicates a goal-oriented person that also focuses on excitement and adventure. You are capable of becoming a leader and can easily attract loyal allies. However, you might deal with some complications when it comes to relationships because you seem to set priorities on career rather than a romantic relationship. 

Larger Bottom Lip – If you possess this kind of lip, you probably understand your need for adventure. You like to travel and explore the world and search for the meaning of life. You want to get to know a partner and understand his/her personality as well. You’re both energetic and curious at the same time (which helps you in seeking excitement). 

Larger Upper Lip – This type of voluptuous upper lip indicates that your sense of self-importance is on its high level. You have this high regard for yourself. Literally, you’re a drama queen. You always want to be the center of attention, and you quickly get frustrated when someone (intentionally or unintentionally) steals the spotlight.  

Thin Lips (Top And Bottom) – Having thin lips is an indication of sensitivity. These people are merely introverts. According to clinical psychologist Josh Klapow, PhD, introversion “is a tendency to respond to the world in an inward fashion versus an outward fashion.” It means that you often tend to enjoy doing things by yourself. You are more demure and preserved. Some say that it can indicate an intelligent person. While most of the people with thin lips tend to be quiet, they are mostly independent and self-reliant. Sometimes, they choose to venture out with or without company.  

Small Mouth (Full Lips) – Though this could mean something you won’t literally like, this type of lip indicates a person’s selfish personality, especially in a romantic relationship. You tend to secure yourself before others. However, you are a kind and loyal person when it comes to friendship. You have this mindset to be there when they need you. 

Even Upper And Lower Lips – This indicates balance. You tend to be calm and reliable. You are also a good listener and attentive to others needs. You are considered a natural problem solver that often appreciates respect and discipline. 

Heart-Shaped Lip – You can be the world’s most dependable person. You are also creative and very expressive that is why you love art. However, most of the time, you tend to say anything you want without considering others’ feelings. No one can stop you from speaking, and sometimes you say things you don’t mean.  

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By knowing these types of lips, you can now identify some of your traits and be able to deal with them. There are also tons of online counseling websites that talk about Morphopsychology that you can check out to gain more detailed information on what your lips say about your personality and determine the kind of qualities you have.