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kari
10-14-2017, 12:20 PM
How people judge you based on your face:

https://i.imgur.com/BHbHNUS.png

More traits and pictures here:

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/here-s-how-people-judge-you-based-on-your-face-a7333406.html

Wow this is fascinating. I think based on these findings, people might judge me to be low in threat & dominance, high in extraversion. Maybe high in likeability if I made a concentrated effort to smile lots. How do you think people see you?

Mxx
10-14-2017, 12:28 PM
Heh, I think this is another reason why make-up bothers me. Women hide the ugliness of true nature with make-up and plastic surgery. :p


How do you think people see you?
I honestly have no idea. I don't seek feedback on my looks, and I shun being called beautiful.
I am definitely average. I imagine if I painted a face on, I could be gorgeous. But what does that matter? I value my time too much to put in any kind of effort beyond hygiene and healthy grooming.

Yeah, I really haven't asked people how they see me, and what traits they gather from my looks.

Horatio
10-14-2017, 12:31 PM
How people judge you based on your face:

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More traits and pictures here:

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/here-s-how-people-judge-you-based-on-your-face-a7333406.html

Wow this is fascinating. I think based on these findings, people might judge me to be low in threat & dominance, high in extraversion. Maybe high in likeability if I made a concentrated effort to smile lots. How do you think people see you?

I definitely have a bad case of resting bitch face, to the point that strangers have yelled at me for no apparent reason other than my supposed "looking at them viciously". People always seem relieved when I smile, though that doesn't happen very often. Outside of work, my attitude is definitely the "sod off and leave me alone" kind, so looking stern might actually be a good thing in that regard.

Mxx
10-14-2017, 12:44 PM
to the point that strangers have yelled at me for no apparent reason other than my supposed "looking at them viciously".

lol @ stinkeye.

Stinkeye is sexy.

Sinny
10-14-2017, 12:51 PM
I always try to look off putting, but for some reason I still look inviting :dont:

PureViolence
10-14-2017, 01:06 PM
just checked your instagram, you are chinese, VI is just too hardcore on chinese people, really, it's almost impossible to guess moods, cool art btw, do you study fine arts?
made a thread on it some years ago:
https://www.intpforum.com/showthread.php?p=490921

on a more serious note, i think most of the topic can be summarized in: you look serious you are Ni, you look happy you are Ne
you make funny jokes Ne, you don't have sense of humour Ni

you will surely like this:

http://cognitivetype.com/theory-vultology/

Lilith
10-14-2017, 02:17 PM
I think based on these findings, people might judge me to be low in threat & dominance, high in extraversion. Maybe high in likeability if I made a concentrated effort to smile lots. How do you think people see you?
Same with me except the extraversion part. I have a very "feminine" face. It also doesn't help that I have a soft, weak voice. These physical traits signal submissiveness. If I work in a club, I'd probably make some good money but I work in a male-dominated field and I have to say I have been subjected to sexist stereotypes both from men and women.

As to perceived personality, I think strangers see me as reserved and unwelcoming. Some of my closest female friends have the same impression when they first met me. My male friends thought I was just mostly inside my head. I think smiles level the field in most cases, ha.