Man Part Most Ogled by Women

April 10, 2013 by redcat devils  
Published in Women

Women tend to have different criteria when looking at men.

What is the most attention when you first meet with the opposite sex? Unlike men who may be called compact physical appearance, each women tend to have different criteria when looking at a man.

According to Dr. Gordon Patzer, author of “Looks: Why They Matter More Than You Ever Imagined ‘, she stares apply two criteria: the short and long term.

In the short-term opportunities, which is only a matter of seconds or minutes, women are more likely to pay attention to physical appearance. Such as height, weight, skin hygiene, hair style, and overall physical attractiveness.

Meanwhile, when it had a chance to look longer, women tend to be attracted attention to the following factors, as quoted from pages Shine:

• Smile
After making a physical assessment as a whole, many women are attracted notice his smile. “The ability of a man to smile, especially in the first few minutes after the meeting takes place, it can melt due to signals ‘welcome’ or hospitality for the women,” said Patzer.

• Humor
Women tend to like men attached to the characters humorous as friendly, fun, and popular. Women also tend to view men more intelligent humorous and creative. “Humor is considered as a remarkable power to show the creativity and ingenuity,” said Geoffrey Miller, a psychologist from the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, added.

• Believe in yourself
Men’s confident the main attraction for women. A good level of confidence not only indicate an open personality and fun, but also tend to know how to treat a woman. This relates to the female characters tend to prefer being chased rather than chasing.

• Communication skills
Women tend to like men with good communication skills. No need to talk much, the important remark that appears to give the impression of intelligent and mature. “Scientific studies have proven that a conversation can make a woman crazy,” said Patzer.

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