Is appearance everything? Do they influence if someone is attracted to you? There are a lot of variables at play when someone falls for you. But what matters the most? Let’s discuss what I found out. Welcome back to Joi’s Journey of Perception, my lovelies! It’s always wonderful to have a leisurely Sunday and have the freedom to do the things we enjoy.
I wanted to highlight a subject in today’s post that has received a lot of attention on TikTok. You might not find this to be particularly interesting, but many people do.
Looks Don’t Matter
“Although we are admonished “don’t judge a book by its cover”, we repeatedly defy that warning as we go about our daily lives responding to people on the basis of their facial appearance”.
I was reading an article about the adage “don’t judge a book by its cover,” so to speak. And let’s face it—despite many people’s morality and my own, this doesn’t always work. There is a point made in this essay that is sort of depressing, and I hate to bring it up, but I think it’s crucial. According to the report, we tend to associate positive attributes with those who have nice faces. I’m not claiming that it is absolutely accurate, but it does come up frequently.
The history of how people’s first impressions of you are influenced by your facial shape is covered in the article. They got to the conclusion that we have a negative perception of handsome people compared to those who have unattractive faces. The attractiveness halo effect is brought up as a result. I’ll provide a definition link below.
Attractiveness Halo Effect
The halo effect is also something referred to as the “physical attractiveness stereotype“ and the “what is beautiful is also good” principle. Physical appearance is often a major part of the halo effect. People who are considered attractive tend to be rated higher on other positive traits as well.
I like to think that looks are like the icing on the cake. I want to captivate your attention with my unique personality. Do you know what it means when someone says beauty is in the eye of the beholder? If not I will put the definition below.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder
The phrase beauty is in the eye of the beholder means that people can have differing opinions on what is beautiful. So what is pleasing to the eyes of one person might be ordinary or ugly to another. In other words, beauty can be subjective.
A great vibe will increase my interest. I’ve had several top of the notch guys who every girl wanted. But once I started hanging around them they were the most boring person ever. Their conversations were superficial, and they only cared about their appearance. Now don’t give me wrong I love taking care of myself. However, my looks are backed up by a fantastic vibe you won’t forget.
I want to learn about your objectives, what you think about at night, and what you think about generally. I don’t want to speak about physical attractiveness or the fact that you find me appealing. I’ve also told about how many guys fell for me and treated me like a queen.
So they only see my appearance as something I can provide. As a result, I would also advise against judging a book by its cover. Instead, let appearances draw you in while also getting to know the person behind them. It is just fitting!
What do you think?
Now, like a butt hole opinions are something that everyone has. So I want to know what yours is! Let me know if luxe were important when it came to you choosing your partner or if you looking for a partner! Put your opinion down below. Also, be sure that you like, share, comment, and subscribe! I’m always talking about random stuff that people bring to everyone’s attention. I will see you in the next post! And have an amazing Sunday💋
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