OPTICAL illusions are more than just a way to exercise your brain.
They can actually reveal quite a lot about your personality, according to human behavior experts.
In this image originally shared by the YouTube channel BrightSide, what you see first will explain whether you're ambitious or straightforward.
Take a moment to really take in the image.
What did you see?
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If you saw big lips first, you are a straightforward person.
You also take people for their word, showing off how trusting you are.
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Which one are you?
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Many people took to the comment section to share what they had seen.
One person wrote: "First question in and my brain processed both of them at the same time. Beautiful."
A second revealed: "I am a straightforward and goal-oriented person."
And a third admitted that they "saw the two things at first look."
Previously, another optical illusion revealed your outlook on life.
"How about a reading test?" the narrator asked, presenting the illusion.
In the image, there are two words, though it may only look like one at first.
The dark blue letters spell out "GOOD" in all caps, while the pink negative space within them spells "EVIL."
According to BrightSide, the words you see first relay information about your personality.
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"An optimist will always see the 'good' first and probably won't see anything else," the narrator explained.
Meanwhile, if you saw "evil" right away, "you might find it difficult to trust people, at least at first," the narrator added.
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