FEMALE MASKERS: We all have different facial expressions, so we need to understand the different ways people use facial expressions.
But we can’t do that with facial expressions alone.
You also need to know how people use their eyes, noses, mouths, ears, etc. to tell whether you’re smiling or frowning, or sad or happy, or tense or relaxed.
And we also need facial muscles diagrams to figure out how people manipulate their facial muscles to create different expressions.
So, we need some really good facial expressions that we can all relate to.
That’s what we’re trying to do with aloe.
Aloe Facial Expressions Aloe facial expressions are based on the facial muscles of our facial muscles.
These muscles are like muscle bundles that are really connected.
And they can be really stiff or soft.
When you’re relaxed, you have very little muscle bundle activity, and when you’re tense, you’re actually flexing your muscles and using your facial muscles in a very controlled way.
That means you’re using your muscles as you would a hand or arm.
You’re not making lots of movements.
We can’t just say, “Well, that’s why I’m frowning.”
The facial muscles are a part of the facial expression.
And there’s a whole list of facial expressions with different facial muscles that are also known as facial expressions reference, which is how we refer to them.
If you go to any of these websites, they have pictures of you with different expressions that have been created by people who’ve studied the facial expressions of different people.
There’s this list that lists them all.
So what we do is take the facial movements of people and we use these facial expressions to tell us how the person is feeling.
And that helps us understand how we might respond to a particular situation.
And so, we can say, if you’re feeling angry, that means you’ve got a very strong facial muscle movement, and if you have a lot of tension in your facial expression, that might mean you have more of a weak facial muscle action.
So aloe is a facial expression reference that you can use to help understand facial expressions and their movements.
So now you can see these facial muscles, and then you can interpret what’s going on inside those facial muscles and what facial expression you’re seeing.
For example, if we’re talking about anger, if there’s lots of tension, you might have a very weak facial movement.
If there’s little tension, it might have an aggressive, angry facial expression that you might use to convey your anger.
You might also use a very powerful facial muscle to say, oh, no, I’m not feeling angry.
And if you look at this list of different facial expression references, you’ll see that there’s something about the facial movement that is really important for the emotion to be conveyed.
And then, you can also see the facial muscle movements, and what the muscles do, so you can figure out what kind of emotion you might want to express.
And, of course, there’s also a lot more that we’re going to talk about in the next article, but I hope that helped you to understand some of the concepts we’re exploring in this article.