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Face Reading Fiesta with Mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani, Concluded

Ringing the praises of mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani

Ringing the praises of mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani

What makes a brilliant mathematician tick? Let’s continue our face reading of Maryam Mirzakhani.

Check in the mirror to see if you have any of these attributes. Sure you might have some face reading data in common.

You see, the spiritual alphabet of Face Reading Secrets(R) works the same way for any face reading data you share with her. Any one of these characteristics on your face will mean the very same thing.

Except for how you deal with the “potential challenge.”

Prepare for today’s face reading fiesta

Definitely, find a hand mirror. Remember to look at yourself on the level. That’s what we physiognomists do. To see the truth in somebody’s face, you don’t look up to the person, nor do you look down on that person. Fair enough?

Then, to see the face data on Maryam Mirkahani, use the same photo I did:

In keeping with my policy about meticulously honoring photo copyrights, I no longer provide links to pictures saved on services like Photobucket. Your best choice for being able to see the photo referred to in a blog post is to stay current, maybe check in at this blog once a week or more often. When reading an older article, you may not be able to find the same photo I used originally. Seek here for a photograph.

Face Reading Item #4: Large Nose Padding

How to See this Face Reading Characteristic

From the bridge of her nose down to the tip, Maryam Mirzakhani has a considerable amount of flesh on either side of the central ridge of her nose.

The Corresponding Talent, According to the System of Face Reading Secrets

Superb teamwork in career. Collaborative thinking with groups, even from the start of a project. Willing and able to develop projects, or lines of inquiry, along with others.

The Potential Challenge

Finding it difficult to work alone? (Going by Maryam Mirzakhani’s career eminence, I suspect she has long since overcome that face reading challenge. Remember, I write them with a question mark for a reason!)

Face Reading Item #5: Even Eyelid Thickness, Right Eye

How to See this Face Reading Characteristic

It will help to have a more suitable photo than the main one in the pair of face reading photo links already provided with this article:

  • So do check out this physiognomy picture for showing some of the fabulous eyelid face data on Maryam Mirzakhani — probably one of the most important parts of her face for understanding what makes her tick.
  • And here is a clickable, smaller yet dependable version of this face reader’s photograph.

First, cross over so you are seeing the right side of Maryam Mirzakhani’s face, which is on the left side of your screen.

Imagine that she is wearing bright magenta eye shadow on that right eye. See that even rim that shows right about her eyelashes? That’s it!

The Corresponding Talent, According to the System of Face Reading Secrets

Gets close, but not too close, to people she knows through works. (Such as, perhaps, some mathematicians.)

What a source of interpersonal strength, as well as balancing her emotional life with those intellectual passions.

The Potential Challenge

A lack of tolerance for the rest of humanity? Specifically how other people get either too close socially or too remote.

Actually I doubt that Maryam Mirzakhani has this challenge because of the contrasting characteristic of her other eyelid. Speaking of which…

Face Reading Item #6:  VERY LARGE Eyelid Thickness, Left Eye

How to See this Face Reading Characteristic

Use that same photo, and I do recommend enlarging this, if you can. Seeing Eyelid Thickness in a small photograph is pretty tricky to see unless you have had practice.

Then imagine the same magenta eye shadow on that left eyelid. You’ll notice, wow! Seldom will you ever see a larger amount of eyelid showing.

That’s what makes it VERY Large Eyelid Thickness. 🙂

The Corresponding Talent, According to the System of Face Reading Secrets

In personal life (not career) getting very, very close to significant others.

For Maryam Mirzakhani, this would counterbalance her gifts for abstract thought and logic that were discussed in the earlier face reading article, Part One of this short series.

The Potential Challenge

Being vulnerable to the needs of her significant others? Even co-dependency?

Possible. Yet I am so curious to read Maryam Mirzakhani’s aura. That will provide more nuance here, as well as so much more information.

It’s a good thing that an aura reading is coming up as our First Prize in our Contest to Admire.

Meanwhile, I have just a bit more really fascinating face reading for you, Blog-Buddies.

Face Reading Item #7: Startup Hairs

How to See this Face Reading Characteristic

At the start of each of Maryam Mirzakhani’s eyebrows — near the nose is where eyebrows “start” in physiognomy — you can see some hairs that grow straight up. Unlike most eyebrow hair that grows sideways.

This is especially easy to see in the “Mighty Girl” photo in the last pair of links provided at this article.

The Corresponding Talent, According to the System of Face Reading Secrets

Since this face reading data shows in both eyebrows, this talent would apply in career, in personal life, even in mathematical inquiries!

Noticing problems, right at the start of a project. Yes, that would even include a math problem (or in the U.K., e.g., Scotland, home to contest winner ZOFIA,  a maths problem) like “Water is being drained out of a tank through 2 pipes at the rate of 330L/min. We know that one pipe releases 50L/min more than the other. How much do the 2 pipes drain each? ”

So, what would that mean, noticing problems at the start of a situation, including a math problem?

Other people blithely proceed with their notion of a solution. While Maryam Mirzakhani can easily spot the dead ends, the paths of logic that will lead nowhere.

The Potential Challenge

Other people find this kind of problem-spotting extremely annoying? (Then they blame the messenger.)

Of course, Maryam Mirzakhani also has the superb creativity to find new solutions, ones that really compute.

And now, solving the photo mystery

Blog-Buddies, a lot of the time involved in putting together a face reading post (or aura reading, or Skilled Empath Merge) is finding a suitable photograph.

This proved especially time-consuming with Maryam Mirzakhani. She’s not the most-photographed woman in the world. (For which Lady Diana still holds the all-time record, I suspect.)

Still, I was amazed how hard and long I had to search to find a photograph taken from a truly front angle.

Well, here one is! A fine face reading photo of Maryam Mirzakhani. (And here is a saved physiognomy-suitable photo, just in case that other link disappears.)

Final Face Reading Item: Close-Set Eyes

How to See It

Between the two eyes, there is less than the width of one of those eyes. The eyes are more close together than with most folks.

The Talent

Superb awareness of fine details, tiny details, details perhaps that approach the asymptote.

The Potential Challenge

Critical, even over-critical, of other people?

And then there’s potential challenge for being photographed.

Blog-Buddies, why do you think photographers have gone to such great lengths to NOT show Maryam Mirzakhani’s face from a front angle?

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  1. 1
    Kylie says:

    Very interesting reading Rose, I am looking forward to the empath merge. What a beautiful and brilliant woman. The part about her eyebrows made me laugh. I have a few start up hairs, though not to her degree and they are blond so not very noticeable. I can relate to seeing all of the problems of a project right from the start. It doesn’t make me popular on work committees.

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    Zofia says:

    Thanks again Rose!! I like the tidbit about the eyebrow hairs. That fits my way of doing things to some extent, though that quickly gets labelled as being negative, which is annoying.

    Some people I work with just like to throw themselves into things and work really hard without thinking first. My brain seems to see a few steps ahead, so I take a more paced approach.

    Though I have to make sure I do enough to test my assumptions first! I could do with a whole section on “Insights from Rose to understand scientists!” It seems that many researchers are doing kind of similar things in very dissimilar ways!

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    Zofia says:

    Hmm, I don’t know why there are so few photos. Thanks for putting the time in to find them. Do her ears stick out? She does call herself an optimist which is consistent.

    Hope you enjoyed my spurt of enthusiasm in the comments. I like seeing introverts being represented on my favourite websites!!

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