Be More Physically Attractive (Men)

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Being physically attractive is a vague goal, and probably unattainable; moreover, attractiveness is defined differently by different people. "Be healthy" may be a more concrete goal, if you equate attractiveness with physical fitness. Different cultures define attractiveness in different ways, and often there are groups of people within those cultures who define attractiveness entirely differently. Thus it's impossible to give tips that apply to all or even most individuals.

Believe in yourself. Otherwise you're never going to think you've reached a stage of "attractiveness," even if everyone else does.
Relax. Many people, if not all people, are somewhat insecure about their physical attractiveness. Realizing that others are just as nervous around the issue will help you stay in perspective.
Determine the type or types of people you want to attract. For instance, straight athletic women with corporate jobs or punk guys - obviously different crowds and therefore different attractions.
Be comfortable in your sexuality and your gender role. Not all men have to be masculine! If masculinity is something that you value and those whom you want to attract also value it, you may want to accentuate your masculine qualities. On the other hand, some people are attracted to androgynous or feminine men, or simply men who have a balance of masculinity and femininity, and won't freak out over wearing a pink shirt. Only you will know what fits you best, and what those whom you want to attract are interested in. The key is to identify your sexuality and gender role and become comfortable with it.
Find clothes that fit your image. If you don't feel like you're as attractive as you would like to be, clothes and other accessories can help you feel more confident. Whether your look is professional, casual, preppy, punk, emo, country-western, urban or some combination of these, your clothes will help communicate who you are, and who you want to be. Choose clothes that accentuate your best features. If you have a muscular torso, go ahead and wear smaller shirts that will show it off. If you have nice eyes, matching their color to your clothing or your backpack can help people notice them.♥♥

Ask for honest advice of those you trust about your physical appearance. But remember that their ideas about what is attractive may NOT be the same as your own. It may be more useful to identify to yourself what you want to change, and then ask for advice on how to do it. For instance, if you want to be more athletic, ask advice of a particularly athletic friend for becoming more physically active. If you want to pull off the hipster look, ask a friend who's already rocking it out -- they'll probably love to help you!
Keep a positive attitude. Many people worry about their physical appearance -- you're not the only one!
Decide if physical appearance is what you want to focus the most on. If you are looking to attract people who put a lot of emphasis on appearance, they will make a lot of demands for you to keep up your own appearance. For some, it's more satisfying to find people who are but don't think of it as their only mission in life.
Spend time in social situations. Even if you are hitting bars alone, go just to check out the scene but don't put pressure on yourself to meet someone or even talk to someone.
Do some homework and get familiar with the hot hangouts or good places to meet people. Once you have yourself packaged you can go back with knowledge of the landscape.
Smiling easily and often will help people to be more attracted towards you. It's an important facet of your personality (It's just showing your "better" side!).

Anorexia and bulimia are serious medical conditions that affect both sexes. In most social circles, they are unattractive qualities. If you have an eating disorder, seek professional medical attention.
Set realistic body-building or toning goals, then push to exceed them. There is a risk of injury if you improperly use exercise equipment. Read the instructions or ask a friend or trainer.


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