When you open your eyes, you automatically see your world.
In alignment with your perspective, there is a mirror that reflects your self image back to you.
If you happen to go to an expensive coffee shop, a $7 latte may not be worth the cost. That judgement is internal, outwardly defining the latte's worth. The same $7 latte may be consumed happily by another, and even thought to as cheap in comparison to what they would have paid.
When we see someone’s face and the clothing they're wearing, we perhaps notice, and make a comment about how they look. This is because we hold an idea of what is attractive or not, by our standards.
Simplified, the mirror projects the way we look at ourselves. And most of us are extremely critical.
To combat poor decision making, try self love. Tell yourself “I love you”, and mean it.