Full hypnosis download Be more attractive to women
OK, OK… you might be thinking what does he
know about being more attractive to women? And women might be asking who is he
to say what we are all attracted to? But hear me out. It’s not that I am a universal expert on what women find attractive in a man, but there is a fair bit of research out there (fortunately for me) showing what kinds of things women are attracted to in men.
How is it that some men attract women more than others?
Reams of research show that a woman is attracted to different types of male faces at different parts of her menstrual cycle. During ovulation, her fertile period, women are more likely to find the classically masculine look more appealing. You know – the square jawed, broad shouldered, more rugged, high testosterone look. (1) But when she is not ovulating, a woman is more likely to be attracted to a more ‘feminine’ looking man. A man with larger eyes, fuller lips, more rounded jawbone, and so on. Why is this?
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Well, during ovulation, a woman will instinctively be more drawn to a man who gives evidence of strong and healthy DNA to pass onto her offspring. Men with higher levels of testosterone are more likely to have a short term fling with a woman when she is ovulating
But women are more attracted to men who look less typically super masculine when they are not ovulating (according to the research), because these men display in their features more nurturing, caring and connecting traits that promise good long-term mate material for bringing up offspring. But hold on one cotton picking minute! This doesn’t seem to be quite fair! If you’re super masculine, you attract women who are ovulating, but if you’re wussy and cuddly, you get all the risk that your woman is more turned on by other men! Well, it’s not quite that simple.
The super attractive combination
Take a couple of universally recognised attractively-faced male sex symbols, say Brad Pitt and George Clooney. We can see that their faces blend and therefore reflect both dominant masculine features (strong jaw lines) and
softer, more ‘feminine’ looking nurturing aspects – lips and eyes. So, to be most attractive to women, you will appeal to her when she’s not ovulating and when she is. (Please don’t ask me to tell you how to discern when a woman is ovulating – although there is some research to indicate that young women may dress more provocatively during ovulation (2)) But hold on, this still
isn’t fair! What if I don’t look like George Clooney, or Brad Pitt, but more like… well, the pits…?
Attraction more than skin deep
Fortunately, although looking directly into her eyes and smiling can get you some of the way (3), women are not so superficial that they just go by a man’s looks
. If a man can display masculine, assertive and strong behavioral
characteristics, blended with more typically ‘feminine’ characteristics –in the way he acts, talks, thinks and relates – then he will be attractive even if he looks pretty unexciting. Confidence, courage, assertiveness, inventiveness, self-discipline coupled with caring, loving and interest in others, showing consideration without being a push over, may well be the most attractive combination.
Of course, there are many different reasons why women find particular individual men attractive, but what I have suggested here are universals
. Women often report liking a man with a deep voice (indicative of dominance and high testosterone), but warm and friendly sounding (indicative of nurturing and caring). A deep but cold voice is less attractive to women, and a warm but high pitched male voice again doesn’t hit the combination. Women often say they are attracted to men who can dance (God darn it!). Again this may be because dancing shows assertiveness (sometimes drunkenness?) and
ability to relate to to others.
In the new Be more attractive to women hypnotic download for hypnosisdownloads.com I encourage men to develop both
sides of themselves – super confidence and strength with women, and also caring and (dare I say it) tender on occasion.
(2) Women dress to impress when they are at their most fertile, U.S. researchers said in a study they say shows that signs of human ovulation may not be as mysterious as some scientists believe.
A study of young college women showed they frequently wore more fashionable or flashier clothing and jewellery when they were ovulating, as assessed by a panel of men and women looking at their photographs.
“They tend to put on skirts instead of pants, show more skin and generally dress more fashionably," said Martie Haselton, a communication studies and psychology expert at the University of California Los Angeles, who led the study.
Writing in the journal Hormones and Behavior
, Haselton and colleagues said their findings disproved the conventional wisdom that women are unique among animals in concealing, even from themselves, when they are most fertile.
(3) Dr Clare Conway and colleagues at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland conducted experiments with hundreds of volunteers assessing how ‘attractive’ they found faces which were looking directly at them compared with faces whose gaze was turned away – even by a tiny amount. Significant numbers of both men and women found faces looking straight at them to be more attractive and more likeable.