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. Sometimes however it shows indecision, it's the "what to do?
Obviously, this opens up doors for a lot of potentially awkward situations. To keep things less slobbery and more streamlined, here are a few do's and don'ts to keep top of mind. Do keep it passionate, and include your body. Remember, the whole reason you're French kissing and not regular kissing is because you want that added spark that ignites when two people put their mouths together this way. Fetish model and adult entertainer Luna says that making sure your body is involved rather than just letting your mouth do all the work will help build that intimacy.
In practice it can also send some body language non-verbal signals. Sticking out A deliberate gesture of sticking out the tongue at a person is impolite, although considered rather childish and thus reflects as much on the person doing it. The gesture thus appears petulant unless it is done in an amusingly cheeky way.
Comments How do you like your kisses, wet or dry? If you've never stopped to ponder the deep psychological ramifications of your answer, fear not: They have discovered, in research published in last month's issue of Evolutionary Psychology, that a kiss is definitely not just a kiss. Story continues below advertisement Planting a wet one on your sweetie is, in fact, a deliberate step in a mating dance choreographed by millennia of evolution.