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To be science, we need things like a control and a large enough sample to account for luck/randomness/coincidence. Besides that this is not very scientific, it's also a stupid thing to make people think that you can tell anything at all about someone by their eyebrows other than the details of their eyebrows. Ignorant, moronic 'studies' like this serve only to make people feel superior or inferior while spreading around ignorance. The idea that you can spot a narcissist by her eyebrows is the dumbest concept I've heard since they said you can tell someone's personality traits by whether you sleep on your side or not or how long a person's life is going to be and how many children and how much money they will have by palm reading. Whoever came up with this idea should go find a new job.
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