Whether you're single or not, odds are good that you still seek to be attractive to others, right?
Well, it turns out that a lot of who we are (and not just what we look like) can profoundly affect how attractive we are to other people.
via: We Heart It
So take a few cues from the scientific studies below and learn how to keep your unattractive qualities to a minimum!
Not only does sleep deprivation flat-out make you look less attractive, but sharing that info with other people will cause them to see you as less healthy, sadder, and less responsible.
You'll also lack confidence when you're running on fumes.
And a lack of confidence will hurt you on all fronts as well, because, as we all know, confidence is sexy.
via: Thought Catalog
Nice guys don’t necessarily finish last. A Chinese study found that people who were judged to be evil or mean rated far less attractive than those who weren’t, even when all the people viewed were displaying neutral expressions.
Also, the attitude in general can be a turn-off, but, as we know, not always.
Contractive Body Language
You might be familiar with “power poses” which, when you open up your body to look big, you feel and appear more confident.
It goes deeper than just striking a power pose though, of course…