8 Things Men Secretly Find Attractive In Women
1. Hourglass figure.
An hourglass indicates to a hip to waist ratio, where thick hips are in! Women often think men like gaunt, but body shape attractiveness on, an instinctual level has more to do with how its observed in relation to reproductivity. Big hips and rounded lower backs report to a woman’s ability to imagine. Women often think men like skinny, but men are most often attracted to a luxurious figure, which includes wide, child-bearing hips. A small waist and curvaceous hip region signs youth and fertility. So don’t disguise your shape. If you’ve got hips like Shakira, roll them.
2: Physical symmetryn
In ancient Egypt, physical symmetry was the ultimate sign of the perfect beauty. This is perhaps due to its associations with a strong and strong bloodline. Whether they know it or not, men are often motivated by an instinctual drive to procreate. When set side by side, a presentation that is altered to be more proportional is perceived as more attractive. Don’t worry if you don’t have a well symmetrical face; there are plenty of makeup tutorials to even out asymmetrical features. Besides, no one’s face is perfectly well-formed.
3: Gorgeous, long tresses
In a 2003 study printed in Human Nature, researchers studied the effect of six different hairstyles including: the top bun, disheveled, unkempt, short, medium-length, and high. The study found that long to medium length hair was regarded not only as more attractive, but a sign of health and longevity. Short hairstyles tend to seem more manly and updos have a feeling of living more uptight. A long luscious flow is essentially sexy. Ditch the hassle of complicated updos or fishtail braids, let your hair down before you go out.
4: The color red
Forget the little black dress! When it becomes to attract the male gaze, it’s all about the color red. According to a 2008 study conducted by researchers at the University of Rochester, the color red is highly seductive when it comes to the attraction of men to women. The study explained that men chose a woman in red over any other color. Think of the colors of Valentine or the red light district, red is the color of seduction and has even been found to be an aphrodisiac.
5: Pheromone smell
When people refer to having good chemistry with someone, they are referring to smell. According to an article in Smithsonian magazine, scent can be altered by mood and other biological changes. The smell of a women’s tears, for instance, can lower a man’s arousal and testosterone levels. Scent is an actual attractor. Fragrance companies have been searching for a magical love potion for years, but the chemical structure for inducing love remains a failed pursuit. There is no one smell that seduces them all. Rather, certain smells attract certain males. Even more impressive, one’s smell can send a message of sexual decision or signal when a woman is having a menstrual cycle. Perhaps the old saying “love at first sight” should be changed to “love at first smell.”
6: Captivating eyes
It’s no puzzle that eyes are the windows to the soul. But when it comes to attraction, men really can’t help but be delighted by beautiful eyes. Almond shaped eyes are uniquely effective for attracting the attention of a man, but color plays a huge role as well. Bright, light tones of any color will draw a man like a hummingbird to sugar. There is more to the eye than just overall shape and color. When studied for attractiveness, eyes with curvy hills and dark eyelashes set further apart were perceived as more appealing.
7: Tone of voice
According to an article in Psychology Today, men regard women with a higher pitched voice as more attractive. Vocal attractiveness has also been discovered to be a direct indicator of how one’s overall physical attractiveness is regarded. Women tend to deepen their voices and slow their speech round men in order to induce sexiness, but men actually favor the higher, lighter tones. Vocal attractive
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