The First Impressions That Really Matter to Men

Thu, 04/12/2012 - 01:31 -- amber

Night after night before women go out on the town, we spend hours making ourselves look presentable. After all, you never know where you could meet your future husband, right?? Turns out, women are spending too much time trying to impress men in all the wrong ways. Here are the real attention grabbers that make you noticeable.

The size of your group of friends plays a big role in making yourself noticeable to a man. If you roll with a large group of friends, you are less approachable because it’s intimidating for a man to go out of his way to talk to you and 20 other friends. Smaller groups are the key into getting approached by a guy.

Obviously, your smile is one of the first things that guys notice. However, they don’t necessarily care about how straight your orthodontist made your teeth. Men care more about whether your smiles are genuine. You know the little wrinkles you get around your eyes when your laughing that you hate? Well, men love that. It shows that you are genuinely happy and that you aren’t faking any laughter or emotions.

Men mostly notice your eyes more than any other part of your body. A woman’s eyes are very mysterious and you want them to be noticeable. Dramatic (not too dramatic) eye make up will make your eyes stand out and it will be hard for a man to not fall into them. ;)

While women love fake lashes, hair extensions and self-tanners, men are far from impressed by these false characteristics. This makes women appear to be high-maintenance. Men love a woman who’s beautiful naturally, or as naturally as possible. This doesn’t mean go out without a drop of make up on, however, keep it as low key as possible.

Keeping it simple is the key to get guys to notice you. Men don’t want a loud, obnoxious fake-looking girl with her 20 other friends around.

Simplicity is all a man really wants.

Amber Hoffman

I am writer and editor at Bedroom Stories online magazine, writing about sexual relationships and better understanding our lives. Feel free to contact me at [email protected]

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