It’s all about love and war. Maximum that everyone has heard and in some points may even be true. There are those people who have greater ease when it comes to seduction. Others already face the issue with greater difficulty.
Unfortunately, there is no formula for doing well and for flirting to succeed, but science does not give up trying to find it. Some scientists, based on experimentation have some ideas of factors that can help in attracting one person to another.
In this list are some of these factors that help men seem more attractive to women. And do not worry, because none of them involves plastic surgeries or drastic aesthetic changes. They are small adjustments perfectly possible to make in your day to day.
1 – Universal signs
Helen E. Fisher is an anthropologist and bestselling author and says women show interest in a sequence of similar expressions. According to her they are: “First the woman smiles at her admirer and raises her eyebrows in an abrupt abrupt movement as she opens her eyes to look at him. Then she lowers her eyelids, tilts her head down and to the side, Often she covers her face with her hands too, laughing nervously as she withdraws behind the palms of her hands. ”
She further states that “This sequential flirting gesture is so distinctive that the German ethologist Irenaus Eibl-Eibesfeldt was convinced that it is innate, a human female cut trick that evolved many years ago to signal sexual interest.”
2 – Be attractive
Men and women are attracted to people as attractive as they are. Researchers at the University of California studied the behavior of 60 women on an online dating site. As much as they sought extremely attractive partners, the answers would be from people as attractive as they are.
“If you look for someone more or less like you in attractiveness, it avoids two things,” said Nottingham Trent University psychologist Mark Sergeant, who was not involved in the study. “If they’re much prettier than you, you’re worried they might come out and have cases. If they’re a lot less attractive, you’re worried they could do better,” he concludes.
3 – High status
The University of Wales made a study in 2010 and found that men when seen with luxury cars are seen as more attractive. And a 2014 study from Cardiff Metropolitan University corroborated with the previous study saying that those associated with luxury apartments were rated as more attractive.
4 – Older opinion
For psychologists this is called the George Clooney effect. In 2010, a study was conducted with 3,770 adults who said that women preferred older men. With female financial independence, they seek older partners.
“We think this suggests that greater financial independence gives women more confidence in partner choices and attracts them to powerful and attractive men,” said psychologist Fhionna Moore.
5 – Unfinished beard
A 2013 study at the University of New South Wales had 351 women volunteers who looked at images of 10 men with different beard lengths ranging from no beard to those with a super-full beard. The result was that men with an unshaven beard were classified as more attractive.
“Facial hair correlates not only with maturity and masculinity, but also with mastery and aggressiveness,” authors Barnaby J. Dixson and Robert C. Brooks write.
6 – Muscles
The University of California conducted a study in 2007 with 286 women who analyzed photos of shirtless men and talked about which ones were best for short- and long-term partners. The results showed that very muscular men were chosen as good short-term partners. And that those with a relatively muscular body were elected as good partners for life.
7 – Be kind
A Chinese study, from 2014, had more than 100 young people analyzing faces of men and women and classifying them in terms of attractiveness. Each face was related to personality traits like kindness and honesty or as evil or evil. According to the results, people with good characteristics were considered more attractive.
8 – Red Dress
This 2010 study was done with participants from China, England, Germany and USA and found that women are more attracted to men in red. This experiment was carried out with 55 university students. They looked at pictures of a man in T-shirts of various colors, and the photo in which he was in red was the one they found most appealing.
9 – Laughter
According to studies, women are attracted to partners who can make them laugh. Evolution and Human Behavior magazine published in 2006 a study where they asked students what they valued in a partner. The ability to make them laugh and the sense of humor were pointed out as one of the main.
10 – Walking with a dog
In 2014, the Ruppin Academic Center in Israel conducted an experiment with 100 women. They looked at pictures of men and classified them. Some went to the stereotypes of assholes, others of parents. Those who were in the pictures with dogs were classified as good partners for life. The researchers’ conclusion was that a pet shows that man is able to nurture and have a long-term commitment.
11 – Good music
Researchers at the University of Sussex conducted a study in 2014 with about 1,500 women. They listened to songs with simple and complex lyrics, and had to assess the composer’s attractiveness. The more complex songs were better evaluated and had their authors chosen as good partners.
12 – Total attention
Australian researchers studied people who attended a quick dating session. In this observation they saw that the men who paid more attention to what the women were saying were rated as more attractive.
13 – Practice extreme sports
In 2014, researchers at the University of Alaska found that women are more attracted to men who put themselves in what researchers call hunter-gatherer risks. They include practicing extreme sports and a bit of attitude not being too much into the rules. This attitude refers a little to the ancestral behavior of the human being.
14 – Perfumed deodorant
A study by the International Journal of Cosmetic in 2009 gave one group of students a deodorant with oil and fragrance and another group one without fragrance. Then videos of the men were shown to a group of women who said that men who had used deodorant with fragrance were more attractive. Clearly they did not smell, but the men’s attitude was better and more confident.
15 – Eat garlic
Researchers at Charles University and the National Institute of Mental Health in the Czech Republic and the University of Stirling in the UK have done a lot of studies on body odors. In the study, eight men ate slices of bread with 12 grams of garlic and another eight without. They were advised not to use deodorant and to wear an underarm cotton. The next day they returned to the lab and 40 women sniffed the pillows they had slept on. Those who ingested garlic were rated better as having more pleasant and attractive smell.
16 – Voluntary work
In 2013, researchers from the UK conducted an experiment showing photos of men with short descriptions of their hobbies. Those who had volunteer work included were rated as best partners for long-term relationships.
17 – Show your scars
In 2009, researchers at the University of Liverpool and the University of Stirling took 24 pictures of men and women and manipulated them by placing scars on their faces. Then the researchers called a group of 200 students to evaluate people in the criteria of affectivity. According to the results, men with scars were better evaluated and considered more attractive.
18 – Open body language
According to researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, Stanford University, University of Texas at Austin and Northwestern University, we are more attracted to people who have an expansive body language. The experiment they did created profiles on a dating site with pictures with more contracted body language and others with expansive language. The profiles with the most expansive photos had a better result.
19 – Be proud
A 2011 study at the University of British Columbia showed that the expression of pride is considered more attractive to women, and curiously less attractive was that of happiness.