We scoured the medical and scientific journals to find studies that would help us in the dating world. So smile, wear red, laugh at all his jokes and check out all the other proven ways to become more attractive—tell us which ones worked for you! No dress?
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Red keeps him mesmerized for an average of 7. Flash him your smile Stone-faced runway models have got it all wrong.
A recent study published by the American Psychological Association shows that smiling makes you more attractive since it stimulates the part of his brain associated with sensory rewards. Put simply, you look more approachable with a gleaming grin. So next time wttractive lock eyes over a latte, you know what to do.
Reward a guy with laughter Laughter really is the best medicine for everything… including your love life. A study by a Canadian university says that men are attracted to women who laugh at their jokes. Hit the high notes Sopranos rejoice!
Hips don't lie Make the grocery aisle your runway and watch as approving and handsome he turn. Keep the waterworks to a minimum Tissues and tears should never come between you and your guy.
Research recently published in Science Express indicates that men are less sexually attracted to women associated with the smell of tears. Show off your arms You always thought that long legs were what brought the boys to the yard, but a study out of the University of New South Wales shows that men who found tall couple seeking women austin attractive were actually more attracted to her arms, not her legs.
Toned away from the treadmill. Game, text, match Communication is still the key to any long-lasting relationship—just ask the researchers at the University of Texas at Austin.
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They found that couples who use language in similar ways are more likely to last. In a study of online chats between couples, 80 percent of those with similar writing styles were still dating three months later, versus 54 percent of those with less similar writing styles.
Researchers in Scotland observed that men prefer women with normal body weight, as opposed to women who are super skinny. So stop the magazine cover envy and wear that itty bitty bikini on your next beach vacation—and be sure to indulge in a waffle cone or two. A version of this story originally appeared on iVillage.