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In Honor of Every Woman’s Lips

Updated on September 16, 2019
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Kenneth is a natural-born southerner and grew up his entire life in the south where he has resided now for 63 years in Hamilton, Al.,

A Quick Lesson on Lipstick.

Time to Rest This

parade of giving a look at women’s eyes, hair, ankle bracelets, and now her lips, which happen to be my favorite part of a woman’s body. Naturally, I am not knocking the other parts of her body, because I feel that God did NOT make anyone, woman or man, who is ugly. And if you can find one, please send proof to me and I will publish it and give you credit. (my photo and information is not accepted.)

At the risk of being remedial, lips can say a lot (or nothing at all) about her lips. The lips are her First Wave of Protection against foreign entities such as a man’s kiss. Then in many times, when this act is enacted, trouble is coming. And guys, let me tell you that any sensible man would not attempt to be such a Don Juan.

Examples of What The Shape

of a woman’s lips can say about the woman who owns them.

Her Lips Are Near-Perfect.

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Lips With a Peaked Cupid's Bow:

her lip shape tends to mean the person is a good communicator, quick-minded, and very creative. Because they're so quick-minded, they can also be highly reactive and often not think before speaking, whether what they're saying is kind or mean-spirited.

Unsure About a Decision to Make.

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A Woman Who Bites Down

her lips is unsure of which direction to take or which purchase she should buy. Women like men, are not immune to uncertainty and their lack of confidence, although lasts for a little time, often goes away for the woman or man to have a clear look at his/her decision.

Happiness is Good-Looking Lips.

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The Woman Who Uses

her compact to freshen-up her make-up, lipstick, is not a high maintenance woman. She is an articulated woman who values her appearance, lips are also on that lips. She does not want to appear in pubic—meeting new clients in her office, going with a date to a party, or just going out to eat with a male or female friend. She wants to look good and does not hit the “panic button” if she is not perfect.

These Lips Are Hiding Something.

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A Mysterious Look and Full Lips

are not a deceptive look, but a very-interested look. She will not allow her emotions to come to full-view in public, rather when she is sharing her ideas and thoughts with that special person. This woman is not a dare-devil, but she can be adventurous and loves to live life to the fullest.

Caught up in a Moment.

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You Would Think That This Woman

in being seen in a photo shoot, but that would be wrong. She is enjoying a song or film in her apartment or possibly dancing with a date that she really cares about. She does enjoy small talk, but she had much rather let her lips say a lot about the moment that she is living.

Mysterious and Alluring Lips.

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Things That Can Harm a Woman’s Lips

and they might not be that noticeable, but it will pay women when they spot these annoying-skin irritants, to see a doctor right away before more and deeper problems can happen.

Canker sores, Lip injections, Cold sores, Allergic to certain make-up, Allergic to certain foods, Chapped lips, Dry lips, Piercings, Mouth ulcers, and Lip fillers. These are only a few of the things and occurrences that can lead to pain in the lips. Some may require a doctor who can prescribe a good medicine or balm that can give the woman the relief she needs and rid herself of these little troubles.

Just remember. A woman’s lips is arguably the first thing that another person sees when the two meet. And another situation states that a woman is often judged by the shape and look of her lips. Sure society has dictated that all women have perfect lips, and if that were possible, the world would be an ideal place to be. But sadly, perfection, even with lips, will not be achieved because humanity is infallible.

September 9, 2019___________________________________________________-


© 2019 Kenneth Avery

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