Face reading has been an active form of practice for well over 2000 years now. I am now sitting in front of my laptop after watching a whole hour of the Tyra show about face reading in correlation to love/relationship dilemmas. It’s like reading a person before actually getting to know them through their face features. Needless to say, I jotted down some notes for ya’ll to read.
A big forehead or high hairline indicates a partner that is very understanding and will understand you and be willing to work out problems with you.
Dimples indicate playfulness (i.e. teasing, playful remarks, etc.) so you’ll share a lot of light laughs and playful teasing with your partner
Cupid’s Bow (the dent in the middle of your nose that traces vertically down to the center of your lips) indicates a very passionate lover with a good sex drive
A cleft in the middle of your chin shows a very dominative and very prominent sex drive
The bigger the nose—the more financially stable a person is (whether its the future or some time within their life)
If you’re looking straight at a person, and you can see the inside of their nostrils, it indicates that they are a big money spender—the phrase the doctor used was “money goes in, money goes out”
People who show their gums when they smile indicate big spenders
Big/Full lips show generosity/compassion (like Angelina Jolie/Julia Roberts lips!)
AVOID thin lips/very very small lips (in terms of width)—THIS INDICATES DANGER!
So I was at Guitar Center today checking out some Taylor guitars (if only I had the money), when this random stranger came up to me and said, “Hey, play that last riff again.” I was kind of shocked because I guess he was listening pretty intently to what I was playing, so I replayed my little chord progression, looked at him, and saw that he had this awed expression on his face. “Damn, that was sweet man! Show me some more.” Now this was a 60 year old guy in Guitar Center asking me to play guitar for him. Sure, some of you may think that he’d be hella creepy, but he was the friendliest guy I’ve met. He talked to me like I was a long time buddy. We sat there for about half an hour playing music and showing each other techniques and such.
This little event made me realize the power of music. Where words cannot express, music can. Music brings people together. Music adds a certain spice to events like dances and parties. Heck, some things wouldn’t even exist without music, like dances and concerts and such.
“You will never find the right person if you can never let go of the wrong. But the moment you feel like letting go, you remember why you held on for so long. Sometimes you have to forget what you want & remember what you deserve.”—(via timirose)