All of us get perceived by others in one way or the other. Our general tendency is to blame others for the way they perceive us or look at us. However, the fact is that we and only we are to be blamed for how others perceive us because their perception is based on the cues that we are sending out through our appearance and behavior.
Wow! You again came across this advertisement that’s tempting you with irresistible sale offer. Cannot wait to head out solo or with your best buddies to grab the best deal. Isn’t it? But wait! Have you got your shopping strategies right? Well, please don’t confuse me to be a snooty diva who looks down upon ‘Sale’.
You have got it threaded, you have got it bleached. Still it appears to be dark above your lips. It finally occurs to you that it’s not the facial hair, rather it’s the skin tone itself that’s making it appear dark. Looks like a moustache shadow indeed. Moustache shadow is nothing but slightly darker upper lip than the rest of the facial skin color