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Kate McKinnon Face Reading

Kate McKinnon Face Reading. Celebrating the SNL superstar.

Kate McKinnon Face Reading. She’s got a face full o’ talent, including one item of face data that’s non-standard for a performer. (Most would have had it “fixed.” Making her look interchangeable with the other thin, blonde performers.

Yet the talent corresponding to this face data has helped her succeed and become an Emmy-winning standout performer on “Saturday Night Live.”

  1. Here’s the main Kate McKinnon photo we’ll use for this face reading.
  2. And here’s a secondary KATE photograph that we’ll use just a bit.
  • Can you spot that not typically celeb… item of face data?

Incidentally, the first of these pix includes Kate on the right. While actress Lily James is on the left. Please  copy that photo. And blow it up bigger. Definitely crop out Lily.

Even on the surface her photo’s a downer. In addition she’s joined the ranks of celebs in extreme spiritual addiction. (Sadly, when actors gain a lot of easy success… Especially in these early years of the Age of Awakening… They’re especially at risk for extreme spiritual addiction.)

In case you’re wondering, why did I choose that first photo? Because the best face reading pix don’t show big, wacky expressions! The first one was the best I could find from a straight angle. (Showing just a fairly simple smile.) Kate’s second photo isn’t smiling. Sigh, it’s not from a front angle, either. You know, Blog-Buddies, we face readeres do what we can.

Are You Ready for a Good Laugh?

Then here’s a link to my favorite Kate McKinnon sketch (so far).

Watching this, while preparing this article, wasn’t just a lot of lols. Just like every other time I’ve seen this YouTube video, I had to mop my eyes. And more than once.

Also, on an equally joyful — but otherwise serious — note, did you know? So far, two SNL performers are in Enlightenment.

She’s one. The other is Keenan Thompson.

Now, a Short-But-Sweet Intro to Face Reading

First of all, here’s an introductory face reading video.

Want to learn how to read faces on your own? It’s not just some random “talent.” It’s a skill. You can learn that skill, bit by bit. Among all the RES skills, face reading comes easiest.

“The NEW Power of Face Reading” will give you a solid foundation. While its unusual way of using illustrations may make you smile.

For more advanced, and different, face reading… what a resource! I invite you to check out Read People Deeper“.

Finally, this description of RES Face Reading Sessions can give you an idea of scope. How much depth comes with a dedicated personal session devoted to your physical face? Shocking, but in a good way!

And, of course, I recommend that — while reading what follows here — you pull out a small hand mirror. Check out your own face.

As I describe five important items of face data, see if you have any of them. If you do, the meaning is the same.

#1. Kate McKinnon Face Reading: VERY Up-Angled Eyes

How to See It

Every human eye has an angle. And often it isn’t a matched set.

To see your eye angles, research one eye at a time. Imagine a dot at the inner corner, near the nose. Imagine a second dot at the outer corner, near the ear.

Connect these imaginary dots with an imaginary line.

Both of Kate’s eye angles go UPWARD. And do this very, very much.

Corresponding Talent

Expecting life to be good. Even expecting to have fun.

Potential Challenge

Not willing to look problems in the face, as it were. (Of course, for a professional comedian, this could turn into a professional advantage.)

#2. Kate McKinnon Face Reading: Eyebrow INNOVATION Patch

How to See It

Again, Kate has this on both sides of her face. You probably don’t have this. So use our Photo #1 to get a look at it.

Each eyebrow, near the start (i.e., near the nose), has a clump of extra-dense hair. About twice as dense as the rest.

That’s an Innovation Patch.

Corresponding Talent

Exceptionally innovative thinking.

Potential Challenge

Has trouble getting other people to take her out-of-the-box ideas seriously?

(Again, for a professional comedian, maybe not necessarily bad!)

#3. Kate McKinnon Face Reading: Extra-Strength Right Cheek Dimple

How to See It

Kate’s cheeks don’t show dimples when she’s not smiling. (Check that out in Photo #2.)

Powerline Dimples pop out on both cheeks when she smiles. That’s somewhat unusual, but what’s extra-unusual?

Turn to Photo #1. Then, look at the right side of her face. (That’s to the left side of the screen.)

That dimple isn’t only like the other one. There’s extra. Since that right cheek dimple culminates in a circular area, like a deep dent.

Corresponding Talent

Hysterical laughter — Kate has a gift for making people laugh hysterically. Belly laugh. Maybe needing tissues. (As in my example earlier, related to, “You do know how to whistle, don’t you?”

Potential Challenge

Finding just about anything funny and performance-worthy? So that many of her ideas for sketches might be shot down. Because most of the audience just wouldn’t get the funny.

Maybe you think that’s not such a bad problem to have. Only, from McKinnon’s perspective, that problem could frustrate the heck out of her. Sometimes.

#4. Kate McKinnon Face Reading: Short Nose Length

How to See It

Look at the nose length in proportion with the rest of the face. With practice, you’ll come to recognize three major variations within the Nose Length Face Reading Category:

  • Short
  • Medium
  • Long

Turn’s out, Kate McKinnon’s Short Nose Length is an excellent example of… nose shortness.

Corresponding Talent

Works harder than most people do.

Potential Challenge

Talk about frustrating again: Other people don’t give you credit for all that hard work?

Only, hold on. Could this be another example of “Bad for most lines of work. But not too awful for a professional comedian?”

#5. Kate McKinnon Face Reading: VERY Large Nose Padding

How to See It

Kate’s nose has a central ridge. (Yours does too.) The question is, how much padding shows on either side.

Most thin, blonde actresses have little or no nose padding. Here’s a quick set of examples. Hopefully they’ll remind you of what you’re used to seeing on TV:

  1. Kristen Bell, from “The Good Place”
  2. Reese Witherspoon, from “Big Little Lies”
  3. Amy Schumer, from “Inside Amy Schumer”
  4. Rebel Wilson, from “How to Be Single” and, most recently, “Rebelle.”

However, Kate hasn’t had that nose “done.” Thank you, Kate.

Personally, I’m no fan of Snapchat surgeries. Or other big-deal “Change what I’ve got” cosmetic surgery. Besides, I doubt that Kate would be nearly as successful if she’d changed this up. And bought herself an old-fashioned Disney princess nose. (Meaning: VERY Small Nose padding.)

BTW, I’m not saying that the above actresses altered their noses. Just that they fit a certain stereotype, serving their careers.

Corresponding Talent

Team player. Loves working with other people.

For an actor, the opposite of hogging the limelight.

Potential Challenge

Too much ensemble work, so people will never notice HER?

Hmmm, somehow I suspect that Kate McKinnon has overcome that particular challenge.

In Conclusion

Blog-Buddies, what think you?

Do you have a favorite character played by Jeff Sessions, while U.S. Attorney General?

Joke! I meant, played by Kate McKinnon.

And who are your favorite performers on “Saturday Night Live”?

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  1. 1
    Kylie Sparks says:

    Fascinating! I haven’t watched SNL in a long time.

    For Kate McKinnon, I just might start. That clip was hilarious.

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    KYLIE, thanks for being the first to respond here. I’m so glad that you also found that clip hilarious.

    Actually, it would be extra-hilarious to watch it with you and wind up laughing extra.

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    Kylie Sparks says:

    Aww! Yes it would.

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    Jean says:

    Thank you for this post Rose! And for that clip link.

    Such creativity to….be really funny 🙂

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    Leisa says:

    I love Kate McKinnons style of comedy!

    It’s so interesting that the potential challenges really aren’t challenges for her.

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    Leisa says:

    It seems that the short nose length and eyebrow innovation patch work well together.

    The innovation patches make me wonder about all of those out of the box ideas that she’s probably come up with that have been rejected. I’d love to see those sketches. This is such an inspiring face reading, Rose!

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    KYLIE, JEAN, and LEISA, so glad you’ve enjoyed reading this article!

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    Dana W. says:

    Thank you for this article, Rose! I love Kate McKinnon and am so glad she is in Enlightenment. Nice to have some celebrity good news. That sketch was hilarious that you linked to, I hadn’t seen that one. I admire all of her face data you described.

    The hardest I remember laughing at Kate McKinnon was when she has played a lady who got abducted by aliens but had a bad experience.

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    DANA W., it’s lovely to hear from you.

    And I, too, long for good news. Good news regarding every aspect of society, including celebrities. Hearing from you today was good news for me.

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    Kylie Sparks says:

    Haha!!! I found it Dana. Great clip:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PfPdYYsEfAE

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    Bob says:

    The near death experience skit is hilarious, too! https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8nAz-vVYeNA

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    KYLIE and BOB, thanks for the links. I’m looking forward to seeing both of them.

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    Ethan says:

    Kate is my favourite SNL performer, and any movie she is in she brings the laughs.

    I also love when you treat us to face reading posts Rose:) Thank you.

  14. 14

    You’re welcome, ETHAN. I do what I can to make this blog a mixture of:
    * entertaining articles
    * inspiration
    * education
    * and providing a historical record of the growth of Energy Spirituality.

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    Emily Turner says:

    I really enjoy her appearances on SNL. Thanks for this face reading Rose.

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    EMILY, so glad you enjoyed this.. and share my appreciation for talented, hard-working Kate.

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    Lindsey says:

    I just love her! Thank you so much for sharing this soooo fascinating face reading!

    Watching her SNL performances always makes me laugh out loud indeed and this face reading blog post inspires me to learn more face reading!
    😃👍🏻😃

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    LINDSEY, thank you so much for this latest share here at the blog.

    I think you’ll find that Face Reading Secrets® (the system I use) is sooooooooo easy to learn and so practical. Knowing you, I think you’ll especially appreciate how it also awakens compassion. In your case, if possible. 😉

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    And what do I mean by “easy to learn.” This fun book will do it for you. And then here’s a sophisticated approach that can teach you even more.

    “The NEW Power of Face Reading” makes a great present for any people person. And you can also use as it as a great cheap date. Just sit down with your friend, each of you supplied with a hand mirror. Go through one of the chapters, one item of face data at a time.

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