Most women have been told that if they want to
attract men, they have to be themselves. Few
women actually believe it. After all, men don't
want short, flat brunettes, do they? They want
skinny, pneumatic blondes with no brain cells.
The truth is that men's tastes are as varied as
the women they meet. With a little bit of
confidence in herself, there's no reason why
any woman shouldn't find Mr Right.
Forget about fashion. The latest looks have
been designed with size zero supermodels in
mind. Figure out which styles suit your body
shape and which colors complement your
complexion, then wear them. Big girls suit bold
patterns and wrap-around tops; petites suit
block colors and fine fabrics - and, whatever
your size, cramming yourself into a too-tight
pair of pants which only make you look
Find your best points and accentuate them. Do
you have long legs, a great chest or a really
pretty smile? Show them off! Celebrating your
prettiest parts will make you feel feminine and
immeasurably more attractive.
Don't be afraid to be yourself. If every woman
looked the same, how would men know which ones
to talk to? An unusual accent or beautiful,
bouncing curls are more likely to grab a man's
attention than a manicure.
If you want to attract men, learn the art of
inviting body language. Don't cross your arms
or fidget, but do stroke your lips or fiddle
with your hair now and then - men associate
these movements with sexual attraction.
Move out of the darkened corners. Standing in
the center of the room makes you appear more
inviting, and placing yourself at the corner of
a bar means he's more likely to notice you.
Try to go out in groups of three. Big crowds of
women can be intimidating to men, but having
two friends with you means you don't need to
feel guilty about ignoring them when you meet
your dream guy.
If you spot an attractive man across the room,
let him catch you glancing at him, then quickly
look away. Next time he meets your eye, hold
his gaze and smile at him. Letting him know
that you're looking is the quickest and
simplest way of grabbing his attention.
It may look sexy in the movies, but in real
life the cynical, mysterious approach makes you
appear unwelcoming. Smile and maintain a
friendly, positive attitude.
When he speaks to you, listen to what he's
saying and ask genuine questions. When telling
him about your own life, don't put yourself
down - instead, keep your comments upbeat,
honest and optimistic. Snide remarks about
other women only reflect badly on you, so keep
them to yourself for now!
Desperation is an instant turn off, so make it
clear there's more to your life than meeting Mr
Right. Tell him about your hobbies and
ambitions, and show a real interest when he
tells you about his own.
Never talk about marriage, babies or your past
relationships, and don't make the mistake of
thinking that talking about sex makes you look
sexy. Be flirty, but keep it classy if you want
him to take you seriously.
Let Him Fall for the Real
Men are not as shallow as women like to believe
they are. Not every guy is looking for a busty
blonde. Most men would rather meet a happy,
confident woman whose style and lifestyle
comfortably complement his own.