We're always on the lookout for tricks that will slim down our face, but science advises otherwise. Daily Mail UK shared an interesting study published in the Journal of Neuroscience. It says people with rounder faces are perceived to be more trustworthy. Faces with prominent cheeks and high brows can be trusted, while those with sunken cheeks and furrowed brows appear shady to others.

In a world where first impressions are everything—the same study explains that it only takes 33 milliseconds for our brains to decide whether a person is trustworthy or not—it helps to look instantly likeable.

What do you think, FNites? Are you finally going to go easy on those face-slimming tricks and haircuts and embrace your full, youthful cheeks? Sound off in the comments below.

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