Attraction is usually attributed to one’s physical appearance, which, strictly speaking, is not entirely true. In our opinion, it's a totally subjective phenomenon and differs from person to person. It's important to understand that the traits you find attractive in someone might not be very high on someone else’s list of charming attributes, and that isn’t a big deal.
Though there are several ways to provide an insight into who or what we're most drawn to, you'll be surprised to know that some interests apply universally to almost all human beings. What this means is that there just might be a few common tricks you can use to appear more attractive to others.
A Little Makeup Goes a Long Way
Before you judge us for supporting artificial appearances, hear us out on this one. Makeup is meant to enhance your natural beauty, not turn you into a totally different person. According to a study, women who go for minimal coverage and let their imperfections peep through are considered to be the most attractive. Therefore, there’s really no harm in using a little makeup every now and then but make sure you go a little easy on that blush and bronzer.
Flaunt Your Curves
Today, women are becoming more confident and comfortable in their natural skin—gone are the days when the fairer gender was forced to hide its curves and dress according to "society standards". The tide truly seems to have turned in this regard as several research findings have suggested that most men actually like curvy women. In their minds, the curves signify fertility and good health, so ladies, the next time you come across the man of your dreams, don’t be shy and flaunt your natural curves.
Go Easy on the Fragrance
In our view, a person's fragrance is one of the most important parts of their personality as a whole. Your personal scent has an extremely personal yet sensual feel to it which makes every individual different from the other but an overpowering fragrance can be a turn off. Researchers claim that both men and women can smell each other's personal fragrance and it is considered to be a major turn-on, but overusing artificial fragrances can subdue natural scents and prove to be counterintuitive.
Playing Hard to Get
For a long time it has been believed that playing hard to get or appearing unavailable is a smart ploy to make someone want you even more. In reality, that’s playing it completely wrong! Studies prove that when a person can guess the other person's "neural vocabulary" they get even more attracted to them, which means that opening up to someone and breaking downs the shackles around your heart just might be the key to make someone go crazy for you.