How to be seductive to women?
A lot of people would tell a lot of so-called “powerful techniques” to become seductive. Most of them offer a number of revelations about women. But the most powerful way as to what makes a girl be attracted to you is not often discussed.
When I was a teenager back then, I was also curious about what makes girls want me. Is it looks, money, passion, and talent? I wasn’t sure. So I observed a lot especially men who have beautiful girlfriends.
What I found was that not all of them have money and looks. In fact, I was more handsome than them (although I don’t have money too). I started thinking what really made girls loved those men. But most importantly, I wonder how women rated “handsomeness”.
Adolescents are young guys who wear fancy clothes to attract women. But even the best dress does not guarantee a date.
So what really makes men attractive? Although many dating experts suggest many tips on attractiveness, there’s only one that stands out.
What is it? Interested? Continue reading.
1 Powerful Trick To Become Seductive
Okay, I am excited to tell you this. The powerful trick to make you seductive to women is a simple smile. Yes, just that. But it is not any kind of smile. You should smile with your eyes.
Why? Different smiles may have different meanings. And some smiles are fake. But when you smile with your eyes, you are sending signals to other people that you are sincere, approachable and kind.
When you meet a girl you love, just give her a true smile. A true smile has a distinctive feature.
In the true smile, wrinkles near the eyes are formed. Faked smiles don’t have this. Faked smiles only produce wrinkles on the face of a person but not on the eyes area.
Wrinkles are good indicators of true emotions. True smiles show true feelings.
How smile makes you seductive?
“Smiles are pretty darn attractive for more reasons than one. A smile suggests that you’re personable, easy going, and empathetic. In fact, a study in the European Journal of Social Psychology found that smiling actually makes you more attractive to those you smile at.”
Smiling is scientifically proven effective in terms of making a connection with other people. More so in making girls be attracted to you. The only thing you should do is to show your true smiles. Show your true feelings. Women love sincerity and truthfulness. Don’t fool them because they know what is real and what is fake.
Other benefits of smiling
Smiling has several benefits. In his article, Adrian Furnham stated that smiling has good emotional and physical effect on the body.
There is also physiological evidence that smiling has specific biological consequence. This is even truer of laughter and is evidence of a feedback loop. Smiling has hormonal and physiological consequences which make us feel better and want to smile more. Smiling self medicates and heals.
In addition, Caitlin Chander also explains several benefits of smiling and laughing.
Smiling produces endorphins which help to reduce your blood pressure and relieve stress. Stress is a primary contributor to a number of health problems such as heart disease, high blood pressure, obesity and Type 2 diabetes. So smiling will not only make you feel better, it will help to avoid a variety of health issues.
Laughing is often a direct result of a smile. A strong belly laugh also brings great benefits such as giving your lungs and stomach muscles a great workout. It can also boost immunity and burn off calories.
Although scientific studies that link between smiling and health has not yet established a conclusive stand, it is highly possible that smiling does make us feel better. The Science Behind Smiling suggests the following benefit:
Even though the exact relationship behind facial expression and mental state is largely unknown, it has been suggested that smiling reduces levels of the stress-inducing hormone cortisol. Increased levels of cortisol could potentially lead to cardiovascular disease, mental illness, and obesity, so it’s worth every effort to try to decrease our cortisol levels.
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I’m a licensed psychometrician, author, and blogger. I’m currently working as a University instructor teaching psychology. I love writing and doing psychological research.