Newsletter – February 2016

February greetings …

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Thank you for your participation and ideas about the blog I started last month. Your comments, insights and emails are a pleasure to receive.

The Blog provides me with an exciting opportunity to share an interesting face, and/or to provide specific facial communication information at any time, rather than the constraints of this monthly Newsletter.

To see the currently featured face, and the complete library of Blog photos, please visit https://itsallaboutfacebyglenna.wordpress.com/

Carol, in Canada, provided the link to a fabulous photographic study demonstrating how our preconceived ideas about an individual influence our attitudes toward them. Please check it out at:
http://www.worldvillage.com/6-photographers-shot-the-same-person-and-the-results-are-astonishing/

This article caught John’s attention and he shared the link to a BBC article on beautiful images of aging faces:
http://www.bbc.com/news/in-pictures-35459172

Aslan invites you to check out a resource in Australia:
http://yatan-ayur.com.au/blog/face-reading-physiognomy-astrology

Wishing you all the best…
Glenna

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In this issue –

1.  Lip characteristics

2.  What can we read in a large mouth?

3.  Glenna’s reading of the January 2016 Lower half of face of the Month (www.glennatrout.com)

4.  FAQ’s

5.  Face of the Month – February 2016
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1. Lip Characteristics

On an obvious note, the lips are the instrument of speech and communication. They also provide information regarding the individual’s willingness to participate and share in the world around them. While the lower lip telegraphs how much the person is willing to take in, the upper lip reflects the nature and amount of output from the individual.

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2. What can we read in a large mouth? (featured in this month’s photo in Section 5 below)
A wide or large mouth is a characteristic of a generous yet ‘people-pleasing’ personality.

Let me know what else you can observe about the person in this month’s photo? (below)

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3. Glenna’s reading of the January 2016 lower half of face of the Month (http://www.glennatrout.com)

As you might recall from previous newsletters or classes on face mapping, when we consider only the lower half of the face, the “read” will reflect social interface aspects of the individual, how they are seen by others as well as their persona or style.
This very small mouth (in proportion to the rest of the visible face) and disproportion in thickness of upper and lower lips indicate the tendency for this individual to be self-determining, self-entertaining and self-serving. This mouth projects information that the individual feels unsupported by others yet deserving of special treatment and luxuriant resources.

For those studying personality programs consider include primarily PANG and ORD, with a slight Bootstrap downturn of the mouth.

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4. FAQ’s – The photo you used in the January 2016 newsletter of the small mouth, the upper lip is much thinner than the lower lip. What information does this trait reveal about an individual?

Reviewing the information in section 1. above, the thin upper lip would indicate an individual would restrict the amount of “output” and would be careful in what they say, do and reveal. The fuller lower lip implies that the individual takes in or receives more, is a persuasive talker who is highly self-expressive and self-serving.

5. Face of the Month – February 2016

Beautiful black woman

February 2016

Here’s your facial feature for this month.  My challenge to established face readers and new visitors to my website is to invite your comments on the lower half of the face.  I will give my interpretation in the March Newsletter.

I always welcome your comments and insight into the faces that I feature both on this section of the newsletter and my Blog site (https://itsallaboutfacebyglenna.wordpress.com/

All the best, and Happy Valentines day too,

Glenna
Email: glenna@glennatrout.com
Website: glennatrout.com

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