Five science-based attributes that make women irresistibly attractive to men

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A slew of studies on sexuality and attraction has provided five grooming tips, attitude adjustments, and other fixes that have been proved to make a woman appealing.

They are as follow:

White teeth: A study confirmed that a white and evenly spaced set of teeth make people seem more attractive. The study, from researchers at the British universities of Leeds and Central Lancashire, found that teeth are “the human equivalent of a peacock’s tail.” They are a sign of health and good genetics that help select a mate.

Maintain glowing skin: Eating more fruits and vegetables is a natural way to make your skin look more attractive, a study from PLoS ONE showed. Fruits and vegetables are loaded with antioxidants and plant-based pigments, which give skin a healthy hue. Plus, the results are instant. Participants in the study had rosier cheeks and healthier looking skin with just an increase of one portion of fruit and vegetables a day.

Smile more: Happiness is the most attractive emotion in females, a study called “Happy Guys Finish Last: The Impact of Emotion Expressions on Sexual Attraction” published in Emotion showed. Researchers found that a simple smile causes men to find women more beautiful.

Sometimes play dumb: This one pains us to write. But ladies, if you’re looking for a one-night stand, it’s best to play it stupid. In a study published in Evolution and Human Behavior, graduate students at the University of Texas-Austin found that men were most attracted to women who appeared “dimwitted- or immature,” or “sleepy or intoxicated” for a one-night stand. Women who appeared quick-witted and lucid, on the other hand, were found less physically attractive.

Keep red lipstick handy: Ladies, pick up some red lipstick next time you’re at the drug store. A woman’s lips are the most attractive part of her body, especially when colored with red lipstick, a study from the Manchester University revealed. The study found that men stared at a woman’s lips for seven full seconds when they were colored red. In comparison, they spent just 0.95 seconds looking at her eyes and 0.85 seconds gazing at her hair.

Adapted from Business Insider