Friday, July 29, 2011

Anders Breivik - What does his FACE say?

Doesn't his face look like the stereotype of Hamlet - the disturbed character in Shakespeare? But whereas Hamlet is psychologically disturbed because there are deep and  serious life issues with the King, Queen or Ophelia, this mass murderer is pathological. Aders' cold and small eyes reflect a man who is bent on getting his way - distorted concepts behind his behavior. His jaw is wide and brutal.

Saturday, July 16, 2011 reader comments on Face Reading - How to Know Anyone at a Glance

By greenlake - See all my reviews
This review is from: Face Reading: How to Know Anyone at a Glance (Paperback)

This book is truly a reflection of the author, Barbara Roberts. Those fortunate enough to have their faces read by her know that she is specific, honest, insightful, compassionate, gifted, and a very wise teacher. Her readings and book are so powerful in part because they allow you to get to know yourself better. Using her method, you can easily learn the basics of face reading. She presents information in a way that is easy to understand, and tells interesting stories that will help you retain the relevant points. Through this book, she has put thousands of hours of research and years of experience at your fingertips. You will find information pertinent to your career, health, family, romantic relationships, and personal safety. No matter what age, gender, or ethnic group you belong to, you will never look at yourself, or the people around you, in quite the same way again.

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

YOUR Face Shape? Beyond hair styles - what does it mean?

Face Reading gives us an ancient system of reading character by looking at Facial Features. Face Shapes are always the hardest to interprete in so far as most people have a combination of different shapes, not just a clear geometric shape. Here are some psychological meanings when the face shape is just ONE shape:
Triangle (President Obama):  person is a visionary, also thinks fast, moves fast, may drive fast.
Rectangle (my face): College professor type, language and meanings are important.
Circle (round): Great for Sales person - looks like a baby's face, and so folks would be very trusting.
Square: (Winston Churchill, WW II): general, top executive, leadership face.
Bucket: (lower area is wide/full, forehead area is smaller): may be moody and/or emotional
You always look at the complete face for an accurate understanding of the person you are analyzing. For more information please see my book, Face Reading - How to Know Anyone at a Glance (the brown book) on

Monday, July 11, 2011

Your LIPS = Your Intimacy Style. What's YOURS?

For thousands of years face reading has revealed what a person is like inside based on his/her facial features. Different lips (shapes) have different psychological meanings.
Here are some of them:
Full, wide lips (President Obama, Julia Roberts) show a person who is generous and warm hearted, affectionate. A thin upper lip with a large lower lip is someone who keeps confidences well. Great for a job in teaching, counseling, or ministry. When a person has the "Elvis Presley" lower lip - sultry and sexual, they have a sensual chemistry. Thin lips usually indicate a person who likes to stick to the facts/business and may not be a feeling type. And a very tiny mouth (smaller than/same size as the nose) can be a self-absorbed person or someone dangerous to cross swords with (Henry the 8th, the dictator of North Korea). Keep in mind, you always want to evaluate a person by seeing their whole face. For more information check out my book, FACE READING - HOW TO KNOW ANYONE AT A GLANCE on or several of my videos on my website.