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Face Reading Renée Zellweger, Part Two

Face reading to explore some mysteries about what in Renee Zellweger's face really changed

Face reading to explore some mysteries about what in Renee Zellweger’s face really changed

Thanks so much to all you Blog-Buddies who commented about physical changes to Renée Zellweger’s face, the talk of the town. Hey, the talk of the world, she’s that famous!

According to Donna Kaufman at iVillage.com , Zellweger “hasn’t shot any films since approximately 2008.”

So that’s another reason the public has gone gaga over the facial changes. Most of us haven’t seen her for years. In fact, I found photos of her taken in 2013 that looked quite similar to the one used here to illustrate Renee’s “Shocking Face” in 2014.

In Part One of this series, I asked you’all to report what you thought changed about her physically. How diverse were those comments at Face reading changes of Renée Zellweger, Part One! They revealed a huge range of sophistication at doing physiognomy, which is part of the educational process of gaining the degree of skill one wishes at reading faces.

  • A SOMEWHAT CONFUSED ZELLWEGER FAN wrote a whole series of comments, correctly flagging loads of physical changes. (And, actually, even more could be described.)
  • While Comment 18 from a different Blog-Buddy revealed more of a newbie’s perspective, ascribing most of the difference to makeup and noticing that perhaps Zellweger’s lips aren’t quite as full now.

Looking with a face reader’s eye adds one layer of clarification to why the actress seems shockingly different now. In a future article, there will be an aura reading, based on the same photographed used in today’s blog post.

Clarifying what has happened, physically, to Renée Zellweger, I will read the four items of face data that seem most significant to me. Just four parts of certain facial features? This will still be a lot, packed with juicy face reading details.

Scroll to the end of this post so you can open up links to the photos read here.

Face Reading Change #1: Where cheeks are widest

Face Reading Data when Renée Zellweger became famous in “Jerry Maguire”

The Physical Face Data: Extreme Pacifist Power Style

Beneath the cheeks was far wider than her cheeks. You can see this especially on the right side of Renée Zellweger’s face. If you see “Jerry Maguire” you will find many good looks at how very rounded the actress’s under cheek area was, back in the day.

Yet while preparing this article, I searched in vain for a good still shot.

Why was finding this so hard? Here’s my theory. There is great pressure for actresses and models to have a certain kinds of face data.

Well, this standard-issue, expected cheek proportion isn’t what Renée Zellweger used to have. So photographers shot around it and then displayed their best shots disguising the “flaw.”

You see, this actress had a different configuration. In the system of Face Reading Secrets, having the biggest width on the face be below the cheeks is called “The Pacifist Power Style.”

On Renée Zellweger this wasn’t just a facial characteristic but by far her most physically extreme item of face data. This mega-important characteristic constituted what I call a “Facial Anchor” in The NEW Power of Face Reading.

The Interpretation in the system of Face Reading Secrets

With this power style,  Renée Zellweger was a great harmonizer in relationships. As a person, she was like “The Rock” in a couple, or in a group.

The Pacifist Power Style is the gentlest of all, emphasizing helpfulness towards others. If you fell in love with Renée Zellweger back in the day, that sweet and relatively self-effacing power style may have been the biggest reason. Soooo different from your typical A-list actress.

Face Reading Cheek Proportions with Renée Zellweger at the height of her career

The Physical Face Data: Extreme Leaderlike Power Style

Cheeks became widest on  Renée Zellweger’s face.

Now, I’m no cosmetic surgeon but I am a face reader. (What, you noticed?) 😉

From my perspective, the cosmetic surgery undergone by Zellweger was the single most shocking bit of facial change I have ever seen in my career. It still is.

  • Zap! Away went the strongest and most significant characteristic of her face. Suctioned right off of her face with whatever vacuum-cleaner-like device the professionals use.
  • Wham! In went big fake cheeks, thereby making  Renée Zellweger look pretty interchangeable from all the other… pardon my calling a spade a spade here… pretty indistinguishable from all the other blonde and anorexic movie stars.

Why did this drastic cosmetic surgery go unreported in the media?

First, the media seldom report on cosmetic surgeries. The closest you’ll get are those tabloid-like articles about “Cosmetic Surgery Gone Freakishly Awry.”

And  Renée Zellweger bought herself some good work.

Second, the surgical alteration happened while Renée Zellweger was doing the Bridget Jones movies. Where she gained, then rapidly lost, . Back and forth — twice.

Many people don’t look at faces very carefully. They buy into illusions sold to them. (One reason I love to teach face reading is to help smash those ridiculous illusions and stereotypes.) And some of the very biggest illusions relate to being FAT.

So most people see a woman with more weight and assume that, automatically, her face changes. And when that woman loses a lot of weight, supposedly most visible plumpness leaves her face and she develops prominent cheeks.

Such a cliche! So it was the perfect time for the actress to take away the defining characteristic of one slim woman’s face and substitute what society expected anyway.

Back in the day, I actually used Renée Zellweger as an example of how a really slim woman could have huge under-cheek fullness. Because this facial characteristic is not necessarily related to weight under the neck. Very plump people can have slim faces there, and vice versa.

That is why it was so shocking to me that she would remove the biggest VERY on her face. Anyway….

The Interpretation in the system of Face Reading Secrets

With the Leaderlike Power Style, a person gets attention and often craves attention.

How comfortable was a change like that for Renée Zellweger? When we move over to the aura reading article in this series, sure, I’ll explore in detail.

For now, just imagine what it would be like for you. Imagine going from a personality with a big, embracing, social style based on paying attention to everyone else and then fitting in.

Imagine rapidly going from that to “Me-me-me first.”

Then multiply that change about a zillion times because, right as this was happening, Renée Zellweger had become a mega-famous, A-lister, superstar. Getting enormous attention anyway.

Ouch, right?

Face Reading Data of Renée Zellweger in 2014

The Physical Face Data: Still the Extreme Leaderlike Power Style

In general, it appears that Renée Zellweger has stopped having extreme cosmetic surgery being done to her face.

Sure, she has had Compassion Lines from nose to mouth “ironed” away. But Renée Zellweger has evidently stopped hiring surgeons to alter the other facial characteristics that I’ll be discussing in Part Three of this series.

The Interpretation in the system of Face Reading Secrets

By now, Renée Zellweger has adjusted to that attention-getting face data.

To put it mildly.

In fact, the next Face Reading Change we’ll explore is about something really fascinating that developed in the direction of craving ever more attention.

Hint: It’s a facial asymmetry, highly unlikely that it was done surgically. This kind of face change would have been all natural.

Here come the face reading photos

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 as a reader, 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. Google Images is an easy way to find photos of this public figure. 

 

Renée Zellweger in 2014, with her very, very different new look

Renée Zellweger at the height of her career in 2002

Renée Zellweger when she became famous in “Jerry Maguire” in 1996

And which kind of face reading?

Here are the resources for learning about the system of Face Reading Secrets(R), the particular type of physiognomy being used here. You can learn in a fun, playing around fashion by reading articles here at “Deeper Perception Made Practical.”

Or you might prefer to invest a much smaller amount of time and a little bit of money, then leaping forward by half a year or longer. Why not develop a skill that you can use for the rest of your life for better communication, more self-esteem, and opening up greater wisdom?

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  1. 1
    Bridget says:

    I love her in the 1995 movie, Empire Records. I especially loved her face from that movie. She seemed so full of life, excited, and open! I loved that her look was adorable,sexy, youthful, and not another cookie-cutter blonde in Hollywood (and I loved that she was from nowheresville, Texas like me. It made her relatable.).

    The strong impression that hit me when I saw her drastic new look, and I may be projecting, was that all the gossip bloggers and comments about her face must have really hurt her on some level. It made me feel sad to see someone try so hard to not look like themselves. Whatever the reason, it’s none of my business, but it does make life living in Earth School interesting.

  2. 2
    Meg says:

    The nose always knows. 😉

  3. 3
    A Somewhat Confused Zellweger Fan says:

    Thank you, Rose, wow, this is fascinating. I had looked and looked and not noticed what I can see clearly now that you pointed it out, how earlier, “beneath the cheeks was far wider than her cheeks.”

    Oh, what a crazy world this is.

  4. 4
    Angie says:

    Thank you Rose, you exactly confirm how I feel, about her cheeks, it’s what I loved the most about her !

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