4 Things Guys Notice

According to a new study, a person’s physical appearance allows others to form surprisingly accurate first impressions. So you may want to think twice about what kind of image you’re projecting with these traits dudes check out immediately.

1. Your Smile
Does it seem sweet and genuine? Does it seem awkward and forced? Does it seem like you ate a sesame-seed and parsley salad for lunch based on what’s lodged between every single one of your teeth?

2. Your Hair
Guys have no idea what split ends are, and if you mention roots, they just think of the band. But they do look to see if your hair looks 1. soft and 2. as though it would smell good. So don’t request “The Gosselin” at the salon, and wash it every so often. That’s all guys ask.

3. Your Cleavage
Newsflash: Dudes like to look at your chest. But they will notice how you’re showing off what you’ve got.

4. Your Skin
You know that blemish you’ve been obsessing over all day because it’s so huge? Chances are guys won’t even notice. What will they notice, if you look like a jaundiced Oompa-Loompa because of overenthusiastic tanning.

Guys what do you think agree?

1 comment:

  1. No doubt about it. A genuine smile can make anyone more attractive, but if a guy ALREADY finds you attractive, he can convince himself that grimace is actually your best come-on.

    Unless your hair is an extreme, very short or very long, that assessment sounds about right.

    This must be true too, although I'm USUALLY not one of them. If a pair is obviously put on display, then I'll take a look, and if I enjoy what I see, I'll look some more. For me, it's all about the face. If that meets some amorphous level of beauty, prettiness or cute, all different categories that may crossover or stand alone and which somehow my brain can assess instantaneously, then I look for a ring, then the legs.

    I'm sure guys can overlook a blemish as temporary. I think it might be an overstatement that beyond jaundiced tanning we don't care. Again, I may be an exception, but I can very much appreciate fine skin.

    What I will add to your list, is don't be a sucker for the latest "cute fashion." If other women describe clothes or shoes as "cute," at best men won't notice, at worst they'll think you look goofy. Prosecution Exhibit 1, wedge sandals. Just try finding a guy who likes them, although you ladies are convinced they're "cute."