A new study says light blue boxes can actually make us look worse.
A study from the University of Maryland says they are distracting, distracting and even offensive.
The study looked at 1,000 adults and compared the results to pictures of blue and black.
It found that, on average, people are more likely to look at light blue when there is a lot of background and the image is less appealing to them.
The researchers said they believe the light blue of the background could also contribute to people looking at the images too closely.
The report states that if you are looking at a lot more of your surroundings, the effect could be more pronounced.
The new study also says light-blue boxes can be distracting, but it isn’t just for them.
They also have a tendency to create distractions, making it difficult to focus on tasks at hand.
The problem is not just about light blue or dark blue boxes, it is also about the light and the light is not as bright, the study says.
If you have a bright light and a dark background, the light can make it difficult for you to see where the background is, said David P. Hester, associate professor of psychology at the University at Albany.
He said that can make the eyes less able to focus.
“There are all kinds of things that light sources can do that distract you,” Hester said.
“But you also need to remember that light can be a powerful force that can be used to good effect.”
Researchers also looked at how the light affects how people looked at images and whether it affected how people felt about the images.
They found that people looked more at light gray boxes and less at light and dark gray boxes.
The light gray box, the researchers found, could make people look at the image in a more negative way, as well as make them feel less good about the image.
They added that people who use the lightest background also were more likely than people who used the lighthest background to look in the direction of the source.
The lights and the shadows also are affected, according to the study.
“People may feel that light is the best light source to use because they can control the brightness of the light,” Heter said.
The paper says the study found that when the light source is light gray, people look to the light to focus their attention on their task.
The effect of light gray was strongest when the background was light gray.
“When there is no light source, the subjects may be less able than when there are no backgrounds,” the study states.
The findings suggest that a light blue light box is less distracting than a light gray or light and shadowed light box, according the study’s authors.
The research was published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.