By Sherifat Lawal

Beyond the cuteness of the lips, lipsology has revealed a direct relationship between the shape of the lips and personality traits.

Jilly Eddy, the world’s first lipsologist has put together a theory linking the shape of the lips to character traits.

There are four major features to look out for while trying to determine the shape of your lips, the corner, teardrop, cupid bone, and natural line.

Below are 5 different lips shapes and their unique character traits.

Thin Lips

Research has shown that people with this kind of lips are mostly self-reliant. They mostly are non-social and have a high drive for success. In spite of the love for solitude, people with thin lips also feel at home when in the company of people and value people for their actions. They have a very soft side that they rarely make known.

Round Lips

People with this kind of lips exhibit charismatic traits and tend to be very adventurous.  They are risk-takers and are very confident people. They can sometimes be hard to deal with as they can be strong-headed in most cases to a point of stubbornness.

Heart-shaped lips

One of the major selling points for people with this kind of lips is their creativity. They are quite sociable and don’t shy away from expressing themselves to the fullest. They have excellent retentive memories and tend to value relationships.

Plum Centre lips

A person with this kind of lips is quite simple yet very dramatic in nature. They are natural performers and enjoy being the centre of attraction. They can also be the funniest in the room.

Full Lips

People with this kind of lips are very caring. They are empathic individuals with strong parenting instincts. They maintain a close circle of friends and are prone to exhibiting the character of looking after others.

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