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5 Quick Ways to Become More Attractive to Women

Updated on April 30, 2014

Quick and easy ways to improve your attractiveness

Women in general want a strong, dominant and confident man. Send an attractive vibe by using these 5 easy techniques.

1. Slow down

Slow down your body movements and gestures. Low status people tend to move around a lot. They are constantly nodding, making goofy facial expressions, adjusting themselves, changing their body positioning and making erratic hand gestures. It's because they are nervous around others, unsure of themselves, or not comfortable in tense or unfamiliar situations.

A strong, dominant, confident guy is always sure of himself. He moves gradually, comfortably and smoothly. As a general rule, the person moving less is the more dominant person. Try to move less than her.

2. Eye contact

Eye contact is essential. A woman will never be interested in a man who does not look her in the eye.

Powerful, dominant people look people in the eye. They don't break eye contact, others break eye contact with them. Hold eye contact with her, and allow her to break it. Most of the time you should hold the eye contact, and she should be the one breaking it. You can break eye contact occasionally so as not to get too weird or intimidating.

3. Speak less

The less you say, the more powerful each word is. As you say more and more, you come across as less powerful, less mysterious and less compelling.

Words usually distract from the underlying sexual dynamic between man and woman. This is why so much emphasis on the right "pickup line" is beyond useless--it actually harms your chances with women. Women are the more talkative gender. So let them talk--they are very good at it.

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4. Hygiene

Get clean and smell good. Fix your hygiene: breath, facial hair, body odor, teeth, etc. I’ve worked with guys trying to improve with women, and it’s amazing how many of them are totally oblivious to their rancid breath. No matter how smooth you are, awful breath will kill you every time with a woman.

Imagine: you see a hot girl in a tight dress and walk over to talk to her. As soon as she opens her mouth, you get the smell of a rotting horse carcass. Are you going to be interested in kissing that girl? Yeah, didn't think so.

5. Lean back, not in

Very subtle but powerful body language. Leaning in conveys interest and a desire to please. It sends the message that she is the prize. Leaning back says "I am the prize, come to me." That's the kind of winner's attitude that women crave.

Leaning in is also overwhelming to her. Most men are larger than most women, so when you lean in, it's probably a little scary for her. It's really not appropriate until you have gotten more intimate and comfortable with each other. A man who leans back is a man who is willing to let her go. That's very powerful, and very sexy.

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    • secularist10 profile imageAUTHOR

      secularist10 

      6 years ago from New York City

      I do that too, Ardie. Usually it doesn't work though, lol. They're totally oblivious and just decline.

      Some men also are so eager with the woman they can't help themselves from leaning in.

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      Armenian 

      6 years ago from Armenia

      Very interesting :-)

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      Sondra 

      6 years ago from Neverland

      I always carry gum and mints around (habit of an ex-smoker) and I never hesitate to offer them to someone who has stinky breath and feels they have to talk in my face :) Which then brings us to your point about leaning back. Some men come on too strong being too close when they think it's a way of showing interest.

    • secularist10 profile imageAUTHOR

      secularist10 

      6 years ago from New York City

      Thanks, Ardie. Please excuse me while I get a mint...

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      Sondra 

      6 years ago from Neverland

      Hmmm, another thought provoking Hub. You always reel me in. Yes guys, please do a breath check.

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