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@<b><a href="http://personalitycafe.com/member.php?u=303858" target="_blank">Catwalk</a></b>
<!-- END TEMPLATE: dbtech_usertag_mention --> - to me, that one is clearly desire, and I think it's because of the way her head is tilted towards the camera, her eyes advancing and the bottom half of the face tucked in. That's a very sensual/ flirtatious pose to strike -- reminds me of the way people tend to pose for pictures when they really want to look good, with the top half of their heads angled outward and maybe to the side a bit (its hard to describe lol). Or the way actors are often positioned on movie posters when someone wants them to look sexy.
If the face didn't seem to be tilted forward, then I would agree that it looks like annoyance. I think a lot depends on how you assume the mouth to look.
Interesting. Perhaps it is a distinction between (Se/Fe). I do not particularily see "desire," as something easy on the eyes, and perhaps a bit more direct than what the specimen above is protraying -- which is making you 'think' far more than it should.
To myself, it seem(s) the face is at more of a slant; to which associate "slants" with (wonder / skepticism / disbelief / annoyance), et al,
That perhaps, she's looking at someone like:
("Yeahh, I do not wish to be here, just posing.... Or, "yeah right,
"), as if she is looking at a cliche male-humanoid attempting to seem flirtatious, but she is not "really feeling it
," per se.
And I suppose, 'sensuality' itself is less slant - more downward / tucked chin for (Se?) humanoids, rather than exposed / tilted chin. I think the only thing that is perhaps, indicating "desire" in this photo is the eye-contact & the softness of the brow; however, I think "extreme desire," has a bit of a harsher brow - and stronger eye-contact, with more pupil dilation
, other than the position of her eyes, they say nothing about want, nor desire and without such, she still appears to have a skeptical essence
in her longing or a bit of disconnect via what she desires in front of her [space-y want]; thus seems like 'staged desire' for the camera, if this is another human she is desiring.
For a specimen 'deeply desiring', I would assumed stronger or a bit more harsher eye-contact, with the face (and lips), directly positioned at what it desires rather than the downward tilt of the chin away from the camera lens; and perhaps a downward tucked in chin, for 'sexual desire/sensuality' towards another humanoid. Even if not desire; I do not see a female specimen looking at chocolate that way, the eyes are firmer, and fixated in want. She does not look like she wants the camera -- she does not desire it.
She may like him, but she does not want him. (&) Desire is about unquenched hunger (&) want. She does not look hungry.
I am curious ::
How would you interpret the looks of these two (??) Particularly Carol, the harshness of her eyes cannot be discounted.