this sounds like an estj is trying to visual ID people.
The method isn't wrong in the fact that it is seeing consistent traits and facial movements. However I believe the theory is too absolute in the fact that once the visual reader sees a cue they immediately jump to the conclusion that the person has those functions as their top 2.
If I knew a person was reading me with this method, all I would have to do is activate my Ni and they'd probably think I was INTJ. Or i'd start making vivid facial expressions and they'd think I was ENFJ or ISFJ.
I am curious why people aren't interested in these videos as they should be.
With exactly this:
Originally Posted by garbage
The traits assigned to types are too specific. General "vibes" work better, even if they aren't as robust.
I just don't think visual readings work like that. I find descriptions of 'vibes' more insightful, as that also has to do with the content that comes out, like how they choose to answer questions, as well as body language.