Thursday, April 15, 2010

Can you tell the difference between an enjoyment and social smile?

Test your knowledge by taking Humintell's *NEW* smile game by clicking HERE.


Anonymous said...

How can you tell if someone is genuinely happy - although they may have "furrowed" brows that are "permanent", as in the example here:

And how does one prevent these furrows? Or eliminate them without botox? There is one product called "hypnox"?


John said...

While you may be posting the questions to sell hypnox it, they are still valid questions.

To determine if a smile is not a social smile look no further than the lines that appear on the outside of the eyes. In fact as we grow older we are perceived as more attractive if we have more of these lines permanently etched there.

Which leads into the the other lines that appear on our face as we age. Our face takes on the dominant facial expressions of our life. It is interesting to take a look at the seniors, and I think you will be able to determine if they are happy or sad by looking at the lines on their face. Sadness is most often seen in the mouth, while happiness in the outer eyes. The line you are mentioning is most commonly seen in anger, frustration, and other emotions and feelings that bring our eyes together.

I briefly checked out the hypnox site, and it may be to late to erase the lines, any type of relaxation and other activities that make you calmer and more happy couldn't hurt. Also smile even when you are not happy, you mind will release chemicals that will make you happier.