5 Things In Your Appearance Your Man Is Mad About – And It’s Not Big Bust Or Long Legs
Tastes differ. Some like redheads, some prefer blondes. Some people are mad about curvy ladies, others fancy the slim ones. However, numerous studies and surveys show that in some preferences, all men are very similar. Many of them are crazy about the same things.
Here are things in a woman's appearance that attract most men.
1. Minimum make-up
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Men rarely like full-scale war paint on their partner’s face. There are so many jokes, based on a situation when a woman in bed looks completely different the next morning! Men prefer natural makeup. Don’t overdo it! Just hide some minor flaws, and emphasize your strengths.
2. Wide hips
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More precisely, the contrast between a narrow waist and wide hips. The ideal proportion is seven to ten. Psychologists attribute it to the fact that subconsciously, men associate a wide-hipped lady with good fertility, who can easily bear and give birth to children.
3. Red color
A woman in red becomes even more attractive to men. Again, subconsciously. The same consistency is observed in the animal kingdom as well.
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Red can be a magic wand for the first date, but keep in mind the same rule: don’t go too far!
4. Healthy hair
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Healthy, shiny, strong hair, as seen in shampoo ads, also has a magical effect on men. They may not even think about it, but will subconsciously associate gorgeous mane with good health of the chosen one and, as a consequence, excellent fertility.
5. High-pitched voice
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The loved one’s thin voice reminds a man that he is strong and mighty, and she is a fragile and tender princess, who needs to be protected from evil. Conversely, ladies with a low and harsh voice can scare men away.
Do you agree that men are not only drawn to big breasts and a fit figure? Share your thoughts in the comments!
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