Actress Renée Zellweger recently shocked her fans with a new look. A very new look. As ZELDA wrote in Comment 5 in a post about solving mysteries with face reading: “Something about it is so strange, much more so than other striking instances of plastic surgery. And I never really care about celebrity Botox, etc. Where did Renée go?” Imagine, cosmetic surgery might have been involved in Renée’s new look!
Actually, cosmetic surgery might have been involved many years ago in a shocking way that never made the gossip headlines, although (to me) it is one of the most extreme facial changes I have seen since turning pro as a physiognomist in 1986.
Hey, let’s read some faces. Renée faces.
What is the biggest shocker about face reading and Renée Zellweger?
Check out the following series of photographs and see if you can figure it out. From a physiognomy standpoint, what is the really big change? Blog-Buddies, you’ll need to open links here. None of the pictures used for our face reading mystery-solving happens to be in the public domain, and I am selective that way about using photographs at this blog.
Renée in 2014, with her very, very different new look
Renée in 2002, at the height of her fame
Renée when she became famous in “Jerry Maguire” in 1996
- Here is a direct face reading link for Renée in 1996.
- Photo source: aFun4U.comLook at these pix like a face reading detective
What Changed? Here’s a Hint.
Check out cheek proportions.
In each photograph, where is the widest part of Renée Zellweger’s face? Also check out side-to-side differences.
Does the left cheek look the same as the right cheek? (To see the face data, it can help to use a blank sheet of paper to cover up one side of the screen at a time.)
Yes, let’s draw out the mystery a bit, Blog-Buddies, and make this an educational experience for all you budding physiognomists.
The more you know about how to read faces for character, the more you will can benefit from the power of face reading.