We’ve all heard that this guy is attractive, or special, but we can’t figure out why he looks like that. In fact, attractiveness goes beyond appearance and includes many other advantages.
In a report published by the American “awareness act” website, the writer Harley Manson reviews 9 factors that make others attracted to you without much effort.
1. Don’t act like a mysterious person: A recent German study found that people are more likely to find you very attractive if they can quickly understand your personality, but if you are somewhat mysterious, you will not appear attractive.
2. Sense of humor When someone makes you laugh, they are more likely to be attractive to you. A number of studies show that men find women who have a good sense of humor more attractive than others.
3. A little makeup One study published on the National Institutes of Health website found that the amount of makeup you wear can affect how others perceive you. According to the study, natural make-up is viewed more favorably than bright make-up.
4. Self love It may sound counterproductive, but self-love makes you more attractive, as you appear to others more confident in yourself.
5. Tension There is a link between stress and attraction, says Nick Hobson, a psychologist and director of science at Psychology Compass. “The more anxious a person feels during the first encounter with a potential partner, the more attracted they are, and the greater the chance of a strong relationship with them,” Hobson explains.
6. Body language In a 2016 study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the authors looked at nonverbal behaviors and their role in attractiveness. The study showed that a “comfortable body position” was the reason for the renewal of the meeting by 76%.
7. Appearance Care Research shows that a large part of attractiveness depends on outward appearance. “Specifically, the most attractive traits fall under the heading of grooming, ie grooming, clean hair, nice clothes, comfortable sitting, and a healthy weight,” explains psychologist Jeremy Nicholson.
8. Smile A study conducted by the University of British Columbia showed that women who are constantly smiling are more attractive than others. “People usually associate expressions of happiness with femininity,” explains Alec Bell, a psychologist at the University of British Columbia and an author of the study. This normative gender discrepancy could explain the relative unattractiveness of male happiness.”
9. Fruits and vegetables According to a 2017 study by Macquarie University in Australia, women are more attracted to men who eat fruits and vegetables, compared to those who eat a lot of pasta or bread. The reason is that men who eat plant foods smell better than those who eat other foods, according to the study.