Pucker up! Find out what your 'lip print' says about youPosted: Updated:
PHOENIX -- Many people have had their tarot cards read, their astrological signs read, or their palms read. But we bet many folks have not had their "lips" read!
That's right! A "lip print reader" can tell a lot about you simply by reading your lip prints.
Pam Fox is one of only five master 'lip print readers' in the world. She says every person's pout tells a different story.
First, guests apply lipstick (yes, this includes the men), then kiss a customized Kiss Card. Pam reads the prints and each guest hears specific details about themselves. "It's really based on looking at a part of the person to understand the whole person," says Pam.
Each reading is based on the results of 25 years of research into the meaning of over 100 indicators found in lip prints. "There are universally recognized indicators and expressions on the surface of the lips," Pam explains.
Here's some of what she had to say after reading the lip prints of the Good Morning Arizona crew.
"You are the engineer in the room," Pam tells him. "You are the sort of person who likes to master something specific. You're the bottom-line guy. You don't have a lot of time for chit-chat. You come right to the point and say what needs to be said." She also intuits that Scott likes to do random acts of kindness, and that he's an information junkie.
"You're innovative, you're open to new ideas, you're spontaneous, you're ready for whatever life brings you," Pam told Kaley. "You're very good about connecting people with the resources they need to succeed." She also says she has a great generosity of heart.
"She has an inner source of power that allows her to stand her ground in a male-dominated environment, without giving up her femininity," Pam tells us.
"She has a higher calling of serving other people in ways to help them," Pam says.
Pam is available for corporate events, private parties, weddings, bachelorette parties, luncheons, and all kinds of celebrations and gatherings. You can also book Pam as a featured speaker for large groups.
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