In Eye of Beholder, Baby Blues May Not Be Trustworthy

Got beautiful baby blues, or trustworthy browns? A study out of Charles University in Prague is suggesting that people with brown eyes are perceived as being more trustworthy than folks with blue eyes.

But it's not quite that simple. The study says it may not be just eye color alone, but also other features on a person's face -- the shape of their mouths, the size of their smile -- but the eyes seem to matter a lot. At least in the Czech Republic.


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