We have all heard the phrase “Blondes Have More Fun”. However, there is a new one that most people probably haven’t heard “Blue-Eyed People Are More Attractive”. Really? How so? It seems that studies have revealed that this may very well be true. Of course, I am pretty sure that most blue-eyed people would probably say they already knew this, but now they have scientific proof to back it up.
According to a study conducted by PEIMAG, “Whether it is natural or if the many Hollywood productions involving blue-eyed actors have something to do with this, we do not know.” It does seem, upon further inspection, that there are an awfully lot of actors these days with blue eyes. At least in the films in which they are appearing. However, on more than one occasion, it has been noticed when those same actors are seen outside of the film, say on a talk show, their eyes are not always as blue, or even blue at all. Could Hollywood be having a romance of types with blue eyes? It appears they may very well be.
Still, according to the recent studies, blue eyes are, and have been, said to be more attractive than say brown colored eyes. The saying always was before, that blue eyes are like the ocean, because you can get lost in them. Maybe that is what the attraction is. Most do not know that to have blue eyes, thirteen different gene mutations have to be contained within your DNA. And your eye color can also be determined by your parents to some extent as well.
There are a few other statistics that set blue eyed individuals apart from their brown eyed, or even hazel eyed counterparts. One is that individuals with blue eyes have been found in studies to tolerate pain much better than those with darker eye coloring. There is even an urban legend that has been around for a long time, that states women with blues eyes endure childbirth much better than women with darker eyes. Who knew?
The study also states that individuals with blue eyes are higher achievers and are much more strategic than darker eyed individuals. Why this is researchers do not know, but they have found scientific proof that they are more inclined to be problem solvers more so than their counterparts.
And finally, blue eyed individuals are not a big fan of change. I think that is more a personality issue, rather than an eye color issue, but then again, they have studies to prove it.