We probably don’t need to tell you that the world is a diverse place. People come in all shapes, sizes, ethnicities, religions, and interests. There are people who love pandas and people who can’t stand them; people who love reading and those who can’t stand books; people who love sports and others who can’t stand sports. However, what you may not know is that within all this diversity there are also many interesting subcategories of people based on their genetics. We’ve all heard the saying “you can’t judge a book by its cover” so often that it has almost become cliché.
But there is also plenty of evidence to support these two ideas about how we react to appearances when meeting new people for the first time. If a person meets someone with unique physical features for the first time, they will almost universally respond positively or negatively depending on how they react to certain character traits like eye color or height. This happens because we make assumptions about people based on their looks from the moment we meet them – even if those looks aren’t necessarily visible at first glance.
1. The Deep bluest eyes in the world
The lady in the photo above is called Jalicia Nightingale. She was born in Barbados and has dark skin and icy blue eyes, producing one of the world’s most beautiful faces. In the past, she was bullied for her appearance, but nowadays she embraces it and admires herself. She now makes a living because of her unconventional appearance.