The 6 things that most attracts men to women, Even if they don’t know it

Several studies have highlighted that, predictable or not, are fundamental in the sexual attraction that men feel. From this goes the following list, are 6 answers to the question: What attracts men to women ?

1, The red color

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Among humans, both men and women are attracted to red , but it seems that in male libido this color acts more strongly. There are studies that show that men, under the same circumstances, tend to sit around women dressed in red and talk to them about more intimate subjects, a sign that scientists associate with libido.

2, A high tone of voice

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What does a high tone remind us? The babbling of a child, the weakness of old age? Of course not. A high tone of voice is synonymous with youth and fullness. Perhaps most surprising is that it also usually indicates a smaller body

3, Wide hips

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If someone asked to a man. what attracted them to women, perhaps many would respond to their hips. But what they may not know is that their brain is indicating that there is a good receptacle for their offspring. That is, here are more likely to succeed their genes, More specifically, what makes men’s hips attractive is the distance that separates them from the waist.

4, Long, healthy hair

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Advertising and film have left us the image of long hair that insinuates or fussed with impudence. They were right. It seems that, as expected, healthy hair draws attention. And the more there is, the better.

5, Smiling and wide teeth

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Smiling is something that can be triggered, but do not forget that the human being is skilled in detecting faces and their gestures, so false smiles do not add points. Wide teeth would indicate, again, better health.

6, Little makeup

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A study by the University of Bangor (Wales) concludes that, facing the same face, both men and women find women with little makeup more attractive . The surprise is that when you asked the same people how they thought those faces would be perceived by others, they chose faces with 40% more makeup.