Women consistently underestimate the amount of body fat that men prefer. When asked to predict the figure that men will find most attractive, women consistently choose a skinnier figure than the men actually prefer.
Women, on average, tend to be more attracted to men who have a relatively narrow waist, a V-shaped torso, and broad shoulders. Women also tend to be more attracted to men who are taller than they are, and display a high degree of facial symmetry, as well as relatively masculine facial dimorphism.
Majority of men prefer a waist-to-hip ratio of 0.7 – meaning that the circumference of the waist is 70% of the circumference of women that Men should have a waist to hip ratio slightly under a 1.0 - a . 99. Women should have a waist to hip ratio under 1.0 - a . 90 or lower.
It doesn't matter how sparkling a woman's smile is or how lovely her eyes – a cinched-in waist is the most attractive female attribute. The magic measurement, is a fraction under 26 and a half inches – or a UK size 8 (US size 6).
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