ARE you a social butterfly who notices the little details, or do you prefer to focus on solving large-scale problems?
One optical illusion reportedly reveals your personality traits at a glance, but be warned – only a tiny segment of the population will notice one of the two images first.
The illusion appeared on BrightSide, a YouTube channel that shares mind-boggling optical illusions and decodes their meanings.
BrightSide's narrator broke down the images contained in the illusion.
"In this picture, most people immediately notice a couple of squirrels sitting on a tree branch," the narrator explained.
"These are the types of individuals who can see the big picture effortlessly.
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"If you're one of them, your abilities help you correctly assess situations at first sight, and, thus, solve subsequent problems efficiently," the narrator added.
On the other hand, a rare section of the population notices a completely different image first.
"Very few people manage to see a woman's face at all, let alone notice it at first glance," the narrator said.
Tilt your head to the left if the woman's face isn't easily apparent.
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The woman's face is in profile, with the squirrels becoming her lips and eye.
"If the face was the first thing you saw in the picture, congrats. You're a unique individual with outstanding observational skills," the narrator explained.
"This can help you in both your work and your social interactions with others."
In the comments section, viewers expressed that while the woman's face was difficult to see at first, it quickly became the more obvious image once viewers noticed it.
"My brain is constantly fighting," one comment read.
"I found this to be a very accurate video because I love art, and creating and also am sometimes told I over-analyze things," a second viewer posted.
"The squirrels and then the woman's face, interesting!" wrote a different person. "I want more now."
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"I was a science student during high school, but entered art college afterward," another viewer recounted.
"Now I know my right brain is much more developed than the left."
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