You see someone. Just by seeing the person, you feel you might not like him/her? At the same time, you feel attracted towards some; it might not be just because of the looks.
Have you ever thought why it happens?
You might never have met this person before ever in your life.
Within a blink of eye, our neural network is susceptible to arrive at some judgements which cannot be logically analysed. (Long before, I read something similar to this in Blink by Malcolm Gladwell)
I couldn’t find a logical answer to this phenomenon, since it is not always about the looks. Or is it just the looks which biases people’s thinking?
If you really ask yourself a question – ‘Did I ever feel a vast change in my first impression on someone?’ What would be your answer?