The wrinkles & lines of a face were and are often revered in many cultures as a sign of wisdom. Each line tells a story. Perhaps you have already heard of these intuitive lines. Popular lifted lines that appear around the mouth are an expression of friendly, happy extrovert people and are known as “smile or laugh lines.” The infamous downer lines the “frown lines” that appear around the mouth is the opposite and is an expression of sad introvert people who don’t smile a lot. Popular lines around the eyes known as “crows feet” lean toward being an expression of happy extroverts and are a further extension of the “smile or laugh lines.”
Of course the lines of “smile, frown or crows feet” aren’t necessarily foreseeable indicators into a part of a person’s personality. A person may not smile much and still get “laugh lines” and “crows feet.” A person who laughs often may still get “frown lines.”
Repetitious facial patterns, prolonged exposure to holding the face in certain positions also out of habit, can indent impressions upon the face. Since the possibility to indent impressions upon the face exists, reading the lines & wrinkles could uncover clues into a person’s past, present and future similar to palmistry.
An example of this would be the person who has pain who wrinkles his nose and squints eyes every time the pain hits. Lines & wrinkles that form around the nose & eyes may express the longevity elapsed with each episode and the severity of the pain. Light, barely noticeable lines may be indicators of mild pain while deep lines are severe. Severe pain could be an indicator of disease. Barely noticeable lines could be a symptom or condition of disease in its early stage. The condition or disease could be anything from heartburn to heart disease. Consciously or subconsciously the person may have been expressing the pain through facial positions. The person may or may not know they have a condition or disease.
Facial expressions and body language are used to read people, as with a profiler, and may be much easier to do. Facial lines & wrinkles can be covered by makeup and filled by injections erasing the story that each one brings. Scars and large pores can also disrupt lines.
Still a facial line & wrinkle reader could be used alongside a palmist as a second opinion and to get a greater detail into one’s life. Makeup will have to be removed before a reading or not worn.