Scientists have found a link between eye-color and personality
People with brown eyes are born leaders. And even if they don't find that out on their own, they are often seen as such by others. In addition, darker-eyed people appear more trustworthy and passionate than others. The darker the eye, the more melanin you likely have in your body. Melanin actually insulates the connections between brain cells which helps your brain to function more quickly.
People with blue eyes can be seen as aloof, unassertive or untrustworthy. Despite these perceptions, blue-eyed people often have greater inner strength as well as physical strength. According to studies, women with blue eyes can endure labor pains better than others. And blue-eyed people can tolerate alcohol better. That's reason to celebrate!
Gray eyes are a variation of blue eyes. People with dark gray eyes are difficult to classify. They tend to be extreme in one direction or the other: either exceptionally well-balanced or completely unpredictable. Light gray-eyed people are distant at first. But when someone finds their way into their heart, they are self-sacrificing, loyal friends.
People with green eyes have a uniqueness and are normally seen as attractive, sexy, and mysterious. Additionally, they are often ascribed a large amount of creativity. Green-eyed people possess a balance of the agreeableness and dominance of brown-eyed people and the strength and caution of those with blue eyes. So a real jackpot.
And how about you? Did you find your personality in the descriptions? Or do you buck the trend?