Did you know that their our ways to be more attractive to the opposite sex? Good news for the guys! Follow these 6 scientifically proven methods and discover how to become a "lady magnet".
A study by researchers in Australia shows that women prefer men with heavy stubble. Full beards and heavy stubble edged out light stubble and the clean-shaven look.
"The scruffier your beard, the sharper you need to dress." ~Ashton Kutcher
A Canadian study in 2011 found that women find men less attractive when they are smiling compared to when they take on swaggering or brooding poses. How is your social media ratio? Do you give them a like when they brood or smile?
Everybody knows that most women love dogs, but there is even better news. Women love men with dogs even more! Researchers found that dogs augment prosocial behaviours and serve as "chick magnets".
Basically women are attracted to men when they were red. There is no way around it. In the animal kingdom and in many cultures red is a signal of male status, and females show a mating preference for high status males. Elliot EJ and other researchers proved in a series of 7 experiments that women perceive men to be more attractive and sexually desirable when seen on a red back ground and in red clothing. These findings indicate that color not only has aesthetic value but can carry meaning and impact psychological functioning in subtle, important, and provocative ways.
Nicolas Guéguen did an interesting experimental field study back in 2010. A male confederate in a bar was instructed to tell (or not to tell) funny jokes to two other male confederates. A few minutes later, after the other two confederates left, the first male confederate asked a female who was near his table and who had been listening to his funny jokes for her phone number. The humour before was associated with greater compliance with the male's request for her phone number and with a higher positive evaluation of the male. Know any great jokes? Leave your best jokes in the comments below and inspire men with some good "pick up" jokes.
When you first meet a "potential" partner they might be vigilant and a bit cautious of you because in the end you are still a stranger to them. Make them feel comfortable and help them get their guard down. Dennis and Stel (2011) suggest this requires a vigilant nonverbal style, defined as:
When your partner's body language start to change they will lean in to you more, make more eye contact and smile.
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