Eavesdrop on any pre-date pep talk, and you'll probably hear the typical woman-to-woman dating advice: Play it cool, do your hair like this—and whatever you do, don't wear that. But while those traditional tips aren't necessarily wrong, there are other, way more important traits that research shows men find attractive—and they have nothing to do with your physical appearance. The problem: Traditional dating advice has been leading us on a wild goose chase, one that leads away from the possibility of real, healthy love, says Ken Page, the author of Deeper Dating.
Been daydreaming about a Grey's Anatomy -esque fling in the hospital on-call room? Tell him. Your beau knows the score when you press play on Marvin Gaye — which is all the more reason to send him a signal that tonight's the night for something different.
But do you ever wonder what makes a guy turn around and take a second glance on the street, or sit up and take notice of a girl as she walks past him? You just need to be yourself. But, of course, if you believe you can be a better version of who you are, then go ahead and pick a few tips from here.
If you're sure men are turned off by your trackie bottoms or make-up-free-face, think again. Sometimes it's the simplest of things that create that spark, from using your wits to using the natural look. Some of these may feel obvious, but we've gathered together expert top tips and advice when it comes to men finding women sexy.
Humor is attractive to men and women — but not in the same way. The research shows women like men who make them laugh, and men like women who laugh at their jokes. Women tend to prefer men who make them laugh, whereas men tend to prefer women who laugh at their jokes.
Ride a bicycle on a sunny day around New York City and you'll fall in love 20 times. Yet pause to ask why that woman, yes, the one jogging by in red short shorts, nearly caused you to crash, and things get puzzling. Sure, the reason you almost rode into the Hudson is because that jogger is sexy as hell.
Modern technology has benefitted many relationships in recent years, in the form of sexting and video calls while you're separated. And if you're looking to give your sex life an added boostyour smartphone can be a handy gadget too. Men are visual creatures so photos work best if you want to get his mojo going.
If you want to drive your man wild in the bedroom we've got the tips for you. You've heard of little things called erogenous zones before, but do you know where they are on a man's body? Some of them are obvious - if you're not touching those areas you're definitely doing it wrong - but some of them may surprise you. Kissing boosts levels of dopamine in the brain, a neurotransmitter that boosts desire and the reward system in the brain.
OK, here's the truth: Not all men are born with good looks and charm. In fact, lots of guys are born with neither. But does that mean you're fated to spend your life alone in your apartment, with only Netflix and your dog to keep you company?