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    My ‘traits’ never get accurately predicted

    Every time I upload my raw data to another site which also includes health and trait report, they always predict that I have blonde hair, fair skin and blue eyes...I have dark brown, almost black hair, brown eyes and tanned skin lmao my dad is half Middle Eastern. He had jet black hair, dark brown eyes and tanned skin. Does anyone else experience this with trait prediction?

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    Have you tried IrisPlex? Blue eyes can be predicted with good probabilities by a single SNP (rs12913832). If you're not GG on rs12913832 it's unlikely you'll be given a prediction for blue eyes. However, it is possible to have GG there and not have blue eyes so maybe that's the case with you.

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