Here are 5 Traits That Make Women More Attractive According to Science:
1.Smile. Most men preferred women who smiles widely. Smiling frequently can indicate happiness, contentment, and comfort with who you are. It can make a woman look more approachable and open to connection. Even if you don't have perfect teeth or are otherwise self-conscious about your smile, allowing yourself to smile around the guy you're interested in can boost your attractiveness.
2. Sense of humor. When describing a perfect girl you will always find such a point as a sense of humor. The research only proves that girls who can make funny jokes and understand them as well seem to be more attractive. Those who don’t possess this set of qualities are not considered to be as lovable.
3. A Higher Pitched Voice. One study suggested that men prefer women with higher voices, as it's indicative of youthfulness and a smaller frame, which can both be signs of fertility. Women, on the other hand, prefer men's voices that are deep and "breathy." While you don't have to adopt a phony way of speaking, you may already be raising the pitch of your voice without realizing it. A separate study found that when a woman is speaking to a man she is attracted to, she tends to speak in a higher tone. Women's voices may also rise slightly in pitch around the time of ovulation.
4. Healthy Looking Hair. Hair is one of the first things that we notice about other people, and it can give us an insight into their health and physical condition. There's a reason why there are so many products out there claiming to produce shinier, fuller hair. Men generally tend to report preferring longer, fuller hairstyles. Thick, shiny hair can be an indication of a healthy level of reproductive hormones, as any pregnant woman can attest. Interestingly, multiple studies have shown men to prefer brunettes to blondes. They were less attracted to greasy hair and unnatural hair colors, such as blue and green.
5. Big Boobs. Hope you're sitting down: Believe it or not, men like big boobs. But especially in combination with a narrow waist, which, the researchers note, several previous studies had already established. In more news that will surprise no one, studies that tracked eye movement showed that when looking at images of women, men first checked out their breasts and waists. "Men also looked for longer at breasts, but attractiveness scores were more likely to be based on waist scores alone than the breast scores," they write
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