What is it like if a mouth is like "cupid's bow" and "unformed and generic"?
Could anyone help me in understanding the following expression?
What is the mouth like if it is "like a cupid's bow" and "as unformed and generic as a baby's"?
It's from a novel. 13 year old girl is frightened and crying to find her close friend is dead.
Following is from the novel:
Then she (13 year old girl) put her hands up to scrub at her eyes with her palms, a toddler move. Her mouth was still a cupid's bow, as unformed and generic as a baby's.