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Today's Face Reading Requirements for Being a Professional Beauty, with Actress Emma Stone

Face reading of Emma Stone, exploring today's requirements in America for being a professional beauty

Face reading of Emma Stone, exploring today’s requirements in America for being a professional beauty

Today and tomorrow you can still enter our Enter this Contest to Admire. Just to encourage you, today I am doing an extra face reading in addition to the first and second prizes that will be awarded later.

Comment 19 was one of many contest nominations by ZELDA. One thing I love about contest entries this time around is that celebrities have NOT been nominated as much as eminent accomplishers, people who have done really significant things in life.

However, I can’t resist throwing in an extra unofficial prize, this face reading of a performer, giving us the chance to use physiognomy to consider what is needed to be considered a beauty when one is a professional actress in America these days.

I like this Emma Stone. I first encountered her work in “The Help.” In that role, she was delightful and believable. (The basis for this movie, The Help also happened to be the favorite novel I read in 2013, moving and beautifully constructed, highly meaningful.)

On this holiday weekend, let’s have a bit of glamour holiday and probe the beautiful young actress’ face for character.

Prepare to read Emma Stone’s face along with me

Just for fun, Blog-Buddies, what do you notice about Emma Stone’s face reading data?

Requirements for being a professional beauty

Emma Stone has them all. Including many requirements for beauty that are not relevant to physiognomy. Notice the perfect complexion, the gorgeous coloring, the youthfulness. Youth is beauty.

When you’re using Face Reading Secrets, none of this counts. Physiognomists read one item of face reading data at a time. When you do that, you notice that mostly Emma Stone has extreme averageness, a lack of VERYs. And this, more than anything, is what people relate to as physical “beauty.”

Face Reading Item #1: Moderate Nose Length

See the Face Reading Data: How long is Emma Stone’s Nose? Not too long, not too short. Just in the middle. Goldilocks would approve.

The Corresponding Talent: Balances routine work with planning. Some of us prefer to get into a comfortable work routine and just keep at it, emphasizing productivity. Others of us prefer planning a one-of-a-kind project, disliking repetition in our work lives.

Emma Stone can go either way, as needed.

Additional benefits to having a moderate facial characteristic? Many people will identify with her personal style around balancing routine work with planning.

Plus, being in the middle correlates with beauty. For that, the more in-the-middle, the better.

The Corresponding Challenge: Lack of tolerance for the rest of humanity?

Until she has overcome this challenge, Emma Stone may wonder what is wrong with her fellow actors, the photographers, etc. Why do some work so hard? Why are others so lazy? Why can’t they be normal, “Just like me”?

Face Reading Item #2: Moderate Lip Length

See the Face Reading Data: The face must be in repose. As lip length alters with a smile, right?

With Moderate Lip Length, the lips are neither short nor long. They’re just in the middle.

The Corresponding Talent: Communicating with one or more people, some of us prefer to talk one-on-one. Others have a definite preference for an audience, the bigger the better. Emma Stone can go either way, as needed.

The Corresponding Challenge: Lack of tolerance for the rest of humanity?

Until she has overcome this challenge, Emma Stone may wonder what is wrong with other folks. (The ones who are not utterly tongue tied now, meeting her — star stuck, awed by her fame and beauty, etc.)

Why are some people so reserved in a group? Why are others such hams? Why can’t they be normal, “Just like me”?

Face Reading Item #3: Moderate Chin Thrust

See the Face Reading Data: It’s easier to spot this facial characteristic from a profile view. Yet with experience, or just good depth perception, you can gauge how far the chin sticks out from the face. With Moderate Chin Thrust, the chin is an outie but not a far-outie.

The Corresponding Talent: Handling competition, some people practice avoidance. They minimize competitiveness and bow out of situations where they must participate in a win-lose kind of contest. Other people “Love a good fight” or other competition.

Emma Stone can go either way, as needed.

The Corresponding Challenge: Until she has overcome this challenge, Emma Stone may wonder what is wrong with other folks.  Competition is no big deal to her. (Especially with the kind of karma that has pushed her to the end of the long line of beautiful aspiring young actresses.)

Why are some people such cowards about having to face rejection or otherwise losing a competition?  Why are others so over-the-top aggressive.

Emma Stone may wonder, why can’t they be normal, “Just like me”?

Beauty — Got the Picture?

Many beautiful people are surprisingly dull. We expect perfection, excellence, big talent.

I’m not saying that Emma Stone lacks big talent. In fact, this bit of face reading is going to wind up a series of several more articles. Just to do her justice. And also as the usual educational process that makes this blog more than entertainment-oriented. (We can go for both, right? Fun and learning.)

Yes, I have found a few non-average characteristics to her face. Let’s explore them in the next article.

Meanwhile, let’s celebrate averageness. Having loads of face data within average range isn’t, actually, the norm for human beings. It’s exceptional. And, yes, knowingly or not, average it is often called “Beauty.”

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    Photo credit! Applause!

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    An avid reader says:

    Hi Rose,

    I am copying the last paragraph of your post below as it rings so incredibly true with me:
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    Meanwhile, let’s celebrate averageness. Having loads of face data within average range isn’t, actually, the norm for human beings. It’s exceptional. And, yes, knowingly or not, average it is often called “Beauty.”
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    Your statements above are completely in alignment with my experience with many who are considered “beautiful”.

    It often takes people a long time to notice how average “beautiful” people really are! It is as if beauty is often somehow mistakenly equated with talent or other gifts in our society.

    Thank you for these wonderful “aha!” moments!

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    Isabella says:

    Love this, thanks Rose. Also gives insight into why beautiful people seem to have it easier/get along better than others, something they’re constantly studying in psychology.

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    AN AVID READER and ISABELLA, you both got it! Thank you for your appreciation of what was a quietly subversive post.

    Smashing illusions here at Earth School is my job, you know? As a face reader, for instance.

    When I made this article go live, I wondered if readers might be disappointment or, even, annoyed. As if face reading were shallow.

    Really, it’s illusions of Earth that are shallow. It’s meant to be shallow. The place is a school!

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    Beautiful does not mean wise, necessarily, nor talented — other than at having popularity. It’s one of those learning experiences here… for everyone concerned.

    Yet there are more personal things to say about Emma Stone as well, and some will be more uplifting. Because there happens to be a lot more to her (or any “Beauty Object”) than the beauty. A short series of two follow-up articles has been planned.

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    An avid reader says:

    Just a clarification: I do not mean to imply that all beautiful people average. There are, of course, many beautiful people who are smart and extremely talented.

    What I have seen a number of times is beautiful people that are incompetent in the workplace and yet it can take a VERY long time before it is noticed if ever. If the person is friendly or flirtatious to boot, it is even worse.

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    David.. says:

    What has struck me is the inverse of this. How beautiful many average people are, typically without them recognizing it or accepting it. Ironically, they put themselves down or worse for being average. Such a delight for you to highlight that its average that is beauty. 😉

    This was highlighted in an excellent film I saw yesterday, The Fault in Our Stars. Of course played by actors, but still…

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    Suz says:

    “Smashing illusions here at Earth School …”

    🙂

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    Tehya says:

    Just clicked on this article that came up in my Facebook feed. If you’d like to see average/beautiful face data averaged together into the “perfect” woman, take a look 🙂

    http://www.buzzfeed.com/juliegerstein/this-is-what-the-most-perfect-woman-in-the-world-looks-like?utm_term=4ldqpha&bffb#21egxsc

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