We couldn’t agree more. Everything lies in the eyes. The world around us is a mobile photograph of what our eyes see, and technically speaking, half of the things we speak, feel, do and perceive, are first reflected in them. After all, they’re the closest to our minds.
Now here’s the interesting part. Recent studies suggest that our eyes can tell quite a lot about our personality. Scientists at Obero University conducted a small research on a bunch of 428 odd people to come to the conclusion that our eyes really are the window to our soul. Dr. Anthony Fallone of Edinburgh University also found similar results. Hence, we decided to give you guys a look into yourself just by going with the color of your eyes. Find out here:
![Scientists at Orebro University in Sweden studied over 400 subjects to see if their personalities were linked to the irises in their eyes. Their conclusions were that our eye color.]
People with blue eyes can often be perceived as unassertive and timid, According to Medical Daily, they are usually perceived as “egotistical” and “competitive”. Actual studies prove that they possess great inner and physical strength, and a pilot study reported by the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine suggests that women with lighter-colored eyes tend to handle childbirth stress and pain better.
Dark brown/black eyes.
You are probably a natural-born leader, and if you’re not, people think you are anyway! Dark brown, almost black eyes are rare, so they are perceived as secretive and mysterious, yet Medical Daily reported a study in Current Psychology that showed that people with darker eyes are generally seen as more agreeable. The darker your eyes, the more melanin is in your system. The melanin acts as an insulator for connections between brain cells. The more melanin one has, the quicker their brains may work. So maybe you could rule the world… at least, people believe you could!
Well, maybe you can’t rule the world, but you still have a lot of melanin in your system, People look to you with confidence, since you tend to be agreeable and assertive. You don’t agree? Do you think you’re cranky? Another study in the journal Chronobiology International reveals that you, brown eyes, maybe getting two hours less sleep than people with lighter eyes. So you are probably having a hard time getting up in the morning!
Hmmm, they are hard to describe. They usually appear to change color from green to brown, or as an iris that has two colors. They are quite unique, and people with hazel eyes tend to be spontaneous, confident and independent. The amount of melanin in the eye varies from person to person, so you can never pin down their personality, though a common theme seems to be a balanced personality that can sometimes be mysterious to read.
According to Dr. Matthew Leach of the University of South Australia, people with hazel eyes might have such mixed colors in their eyes due to materials from the bloodstream that were broken down because of liver imbalance. So they might be more prone to digestive issues.
They are rare, but consider them a dimmer version of blue eyes, because they are a shade of blue. Dark gray eyes have more melanin in the front of the eyes, while paler, lighter gray eyes have less. If you have light gray eyes, you probably have to work a little harder than most people to exert yourself. Though it takes a while to break through your concerned, wary exterior, you care deeply for people who are able to get through to you. If you have dark gray eyes, you are either an exceptionally well-balanced person or there may be some kind of Jekyll/Hyde situation going on inside you.
Sexy, huh? That’s the way most people see you. The balance of melanin in green eyes makes them look strong and cautious, like blue eyes, but also agreeable and dominant, like brown eyes.
According to Ophthalmologist Surgeon Doctor Hamadi Kallel, people with green eyes “have an air of mystery and a quiet self-sufficiency. They are original, creative and perform well under great pressure.” A study released by the Impulse Corporation in Los Angeles on the sex appeal of eye colors revealed that green was considered sexy, and most participants who wanted to change eye color specified green as their color of choice.
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