Do you find people often ask you 'what's wrong?' when there's really nothing wrong? Do strangers seem to take an immediate dislike to you?
Then perhaps you have the heavy brows, pouty mouth, or angular features that contribute to 'bitchy resting face'.
Sure, people are designed to be able to read each other's emotions. It's what stops us from wanting to strangle each other. But sometimes, your face just naturally sits in a way that indicates mild displeasure.
Just as someone with hay fever might face questions about why they're embarrassed, or a perfectly handsome man might look like a horror-star on camera because the whites of his eyes are visible above his irises, certain people were just born looking bitchy. This video aims to help...
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