10 best ways to attract a woman
The Secret to Attracting Women is…
…first giving yourself everything you want.
It begins with creating a life that’s exciting and challenging, where you feel strong and powerful and open and free and connected to people about you.
It starts with challenging your insecurities as opposed to letting them you challenge you.
It begins with moving towards your fears rather than moving away from them.
It starts with opening up and sharing yourself instead of shutting down and hiding.
Becoming the kind of Man that women are naturally and effortlessly attracted to starts by becoming the type of Man that you want to be.
To attract women, you first have to become attractive. And that means becoming attractive to yourself.
Now, I’m not saying that pickup artist tricks can’t do the job. Of course they can. You can learn how to hide and conceal and pretend and manipulate and get short term results with gullible women.
But if you’ve ever dreamed of getting long-term results with intelligent, self-aware ladies, then there’s just 1 way to do it.
Keep your voice low and speak slowly.
A calming deep voice is extremely seductive. Think Joey Tribianni on ‘Friends’ and his famous pickup line “How you doin?” . Speak slowly and accentuate your words like you’re telling a story to captivate her attention.
When it comes to attraction, confidence is everything.
If you’re a guy who goes after what he wants, is a leader of people and has a greater perception of himself over others, women will find you attractive.
Rather than the guy who’s worried about making a move, follows the crowd, and puts women on a pedestal when he talks to them.
If confidence is something you struggle with, here are a few tips to grow naturally confident:
— Don’t be ashamed to express your sexual desire
— Focus on teasing a girl Instead of complimenting her all the time
— Relax your body posture.
— When talking to a girl, ask questions to get her qualifying herself to you. eg. “Give me one good reason I should buy you a drink?”
Indulge in a little “courtship feeding.”
“Courtship feeding” is just what it sounds like. Really, it’s just a fancy way of saying, “Take her out to dinner.”
According to a 2014 study in the journal Frontiers in Psychology, sharing food “increases interpersonal closeness.” Strangely, offering a slice of pizza seems to make the giver of the food like the recipient more, in addition to the other way around.
The entire thing probably goes back to human infancy. To quote the study Food for love: the role of food offering in empathic emotion regulation (of course a title like that would be a mouthful), “Food offering is among the first biobehavioral regulatory interactions between parent and child.”
It turns out that stomachs are a fairly dependable route to a woman’s heart, too.
Dress in red.
This has little to do with fashion sense. A study from the United Kingdom attempted to ascertain whether the color red could affect social signals.
When male test groups were shown the same images, they rated the red-clothed subjects as “more dominant.”
The study’s authors note that red coloration correlates with testosterone production in many species (although the color doesn’t really indicate anything about testosterone in humans). Bright red colors do seem to have some effect on the perception of possible mates, and if you’re wondering, the effect can be flipped–men also rate women wearing red as more attractive.
Forget the razor for a while (but not too long).
Here’s some good news for the hipsters: Women really do love beards. Facial hair is seen as a sign of maturity and masculinity, and unsurprisingly, a good beard can help you to get a date.
However, don’t throw away your razor just yet. A study published in Evolution and Human Behavior showed that women prefer “heavy stubble” to a complete beard. Researchers asked men and women to estimate the health, masculinity, and parenting abilities of photos of men with varying amounts of facial hair.
“[Our findings] suggest that an intermediate level of beardedness is most attractive,” the authors write, “while full-bearded guys might be perceived as better fathers who could protect and invest in offspring.”