Since you only gave her one compliment, I would change "compliments" to "a compliment".
Student or Learner
These sentences popped up in my mind reading about the word "curl" in my dictionary. Would you please correct my mistakes. Do these sentences sound natural?
A nice, curvy woman walked by, and I told her she was beautiful. Her sensual lips curled, she gave me a stern look, and told me I was not the right man to give her compliments.
We usually say that someone's lip curls, not that their lips curl.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.