How to Make People Think You’re More Attractive than You Really Are


How to Make People Think You’re More Attractive
than You Really Are. Researchers have found that there are simple
things anyone can do to appear more appealing. You will need Aromatherapy Smiles Eye contact
Hand gestures White teeth Good posture Name dropping and red clothes (optional). Step 1. Harness the power of aromatherapy: To appear
younger, wear a grapefruit scent. To appear thinner, wear a spiced floral scent. These olfactory tricks can make people perceive
you as six years younger and 12 pounds slimmer. Step 2. When you see someone you find attractive,
give them a big smile. It will make them find you appealing, too. Anthropologists believe it’s because we’re
biologically primed to prefer people who seem to be interested in _us_. Step 3. Make eye contact. British researchers found that if someone
looks us straight in the eye, we find them more attractive than people who avert their
gaze. Step 4. Use your hands when you talk. People who make a lot of gestures when they’re
speaking are perceived as younger, more exciting, and more vibrant than less animated folks. If you’re a woman, wear red. Studies show men are subconsciously more attracted
to a woman in red. Step 5. Get your teeth whitened. People with pearly whites are perceived to
be more attractive _and_ more successful than people with dull or stained choppers. Step 6. Stand up straight. Good posture instantly makes you look taller
and thinner. Step 7. When you’re talking to someone, drop their
name into the conversation occasionally. When people hear their name, the reward center
of their brain lights up, and those good feelings are projected onto you. Just don’t do it too much, or it will come
across as disingenuous. Did you know We tend to see people we’re in
love with as more attractive than they are, thanks to the feel-good brain chemicals released
when we fall in love.

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