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Beauty & Beyond: What Does Your Lipstick Shape Say About You?

I'??ve always been fascinated with lipsticks. Not only the colors. Of course, those do have personalities of their own'?¦sexy reds, playful pinks, thoughtful neutrals. But I'??ve also loved the way each woman'??s lipstick is worn down differently. My mom'??s always ended up looking like you could poke an eye out with it. She quickly colored both lips at once (how'??s that for multi-tasking), wearing it down evenly on both sides. My aunt, on the other hand, took her time and gently applied her bright reds and crimsons. How she got it so rounded I'??ll never understand. Mine are always at a slight slant with a concave.

Apparently you can tell a lot about a woman by her lipstick shape. A recent article on beautypress.com gives insight into personality traits associated with five certain lipstick shapes. Which one are you?

Stick Shape No 1: The Daredevil
You're daring, imaginative and very sensual, a creative type with lots of spirit and a strong personality. You loves surprises and a varied life, and your lipstick looks just as adventurous (almost whistle-like). Worn down equally on both sides, you go your own way and leave conventional thought behind.

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Stick Shape No 2: The Buddy
You're carefree yet eloquent. You're the go-to for friendly advice because you're a good listener and always get to the heart of things. You handles your lipstick just as straightforwardly, wearing it off flat and reliably. You're not a competitor or a sex object '?? no matter how pretty you look.

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Stick Shape No 3: The Super Woman
You're very gentle, feminine, and crave peace and harmony. Everybody feels at ease in your company, because you have no rough edges. You've got it all--you're a marvelous lover, an excellent cook, and a loving wife. Everything proceeds in a purposeful and planned manner, because you leaves nothing to chance including your perfectly round and smooth lipstick.

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Stick Shape No 4: The Power Woman
You're self-confident, well-balanced, conscientious, and love detail. With energy and creativity, you get over every hurdle. With your perfect memory, you inability to bear grudges, and your place as the center of attention with your friends, your life always goes steeply upwards, just like your lipstick. Nobody can control you.

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Stick Shape No 5: The Emotional Woman
You're sensitive, thoughtful and reserved. You're dreamy and your passion flourishes undetected. Unfortunately you always look for understanding, friendship, and closeness, but quite often, you're disappointed. Your desire for an intimate relationship is also reflected in the firm pressure you apply your lipstick, which forms a clear concave-hollowed tip. The upside? Your big romantic words, poems and charming lyric poetry make you a passionate lover.

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Cheryl Fenton is a Boston-based freelance writer, who writes beauty, fashion and fitness for Boston Common, Stuff and Glamour magazines, as well as her own EasyPeasyBlog.com.

Momtrends was not paid for this post. All information was from BeautyPress.com

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