How to be attractive to women (with pictures)

How to be attractive to women (with pictures)
How to be attractive to women (with pictures)

You can't control your genes or change your physical characteristics, but you can learn to use them to your advantage. Being attractive comes from a number of factors, such as personality, style, or how you take care of yourself. Here are some tips to help you show yourself in the best light.


Part 1 of 5: Take care of yourself

The easiest way to be more attractive is to have good hygiene. If you are clean and smell good, people will subconsciously want to be closer to you. Follow these tips to make it automatic.

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Step 1. Wear deodorant

Find a scent that looks good on you and put it on as soon as you get out of the shower. If you tend to sweat during the day, take your deodorant with you everywhere.

If you forgot this step before leaving home, get yourself a hand sanitizer, which you can apply to your armpits. The gel will kill the bacteria that cause the odor. You may have to renew the application during the day

Step 2. Wash yourself daily

Wash your hair and use a shower gel with a fresh scent.

If you shower in the morning, consider investing in an anti-fog mirror. This way you can also wash your face and shave at the same time

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Step 3. Wear perfume

Your scent can make you very attractive or repel people. Here are some rules to follow.

  • Don't wear too much perfume. The smell must remain pleasant and discreet. If the smell is suffocating, it will scare people away. Even the smell of roses can make you nauseous if you take a deep breath of concentrated rose oil. Two or three sprays will be enough to smell good. Your nose will get used to the smell pretty quickly, but others will still be able to smell the scent.
  • Find a scent that doesn't fade on your skin. Each skin has a different pH, which means that a scent may be suitable for one person, but not for another. Try the scents on your skin for an hour or two before purchasing them and pass them on to a friend.
  • Try to match your scent with your soap. They don't have to be from the same brand, but just have similar scents, so as not to clash.
  • Spray your perfume on the hotspots of your body, where you can feel your pulse. Blood is flowing near the surface in these places, which will make them slightly warmer during the day. The heat will allow the scent to emerge better. These points are your wrists, your throat and your neck.

Step 4. Cleanse your face morning and night

Men have more testosterone than women, which makes them more prone to getting pimples or blackheads.

  • Use products suitable for your skin type. Here are the main ones:

    • Sensitive / dry skin. If your skin tends to peel or pull, or it reddens easily, use the mildest cleanser possible. Avoid toning lotions and apply a moisturizer.
    • Oily skin in the middle area. If your forehead, nose, and chin tend to be oily, but your cheeks are dry (like most people), look for a product that combines the two. Use a toning lotion on the oily parts and a moisturizer on the dry parts.
    • Oily skin. If your skin appears to be oily all over, buy a clay-based or drying cleanser. Apply a toning lotion all over your face, followed by a light moisturizer. If your skin seems oily during the day, use blotting papers to absorb the excess.
  • If you have acne, use salicylic acid soap and apply benzoyl peroxide cream to your pimples. If the problem persists, see a dermatologist.
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Step 5. Take care of your beard

Whether you choose to shave everything or maintain a beard shade, you need to take care of it every day.

  • For a clean look, shave every morning. Wet your skin, apply the shaving foam and always use a sharp razor. You will get a closer shave by running the razor against the hairs (the opposite of their direction of growth), but this technique causes more irritation. If you have ingrown hairs, shave in the direction of the hair.
  • Maintain your beard, mustache or goatee. Make sure the edges are neat and trim the hairs so they're all the same length.
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Step 6. If you have very bushy eyebrows, consider trimming them

You don't have to pluck them, but brushing them off can open your eyes. Here are some tips.

  • Get a good pair of tweezers. The ends should touch each other completely, which will make hair removal more effective and less painful.
  • Take the rest of your face into consideration. Place a pencil straight on the wing of your nose so that it goes up to your eyebrows. If your eyebrows are touching, you can pluck the hairs protruding from the pencil. Repeat for the other eyebrow.
  • Open your eyes. If your eyebrows still seem a bit bushy, you can lighten their line by pulling out a few hairs below. Remember to always epilate below your eyebrows, not above.

Step 7. Clean and trim your nails

Every other day, after showering, take the time to cut your twenty toenails (yes, your feet too) and get rid of any dirt. They will be softer and easier to maintain after a few minutes in the water. Your nails should be cut short, but still leave half a millimeter up to the skin (this avoids ingrown toenails).

Step 8. Brush your teeth and floss

Avoid bad breath and keep teeth white by having good oral hygiene.

  • Change your toothbrush every three months, or when you've been sick. If the hairs start to show signs of fatigue, change them immediately.
  • Floss every night. It helps fight dental plaque and removes stuck food.
  • Brush your tongue. You will get bad breath if your tongue is dirty, even if your teeth are pristine. Use a few light strokes of the toothbrush on your tongue with each brushing.
  • Take mouthwashes. Rinse your teeth with a suitable product for twenty seconds and spit it out.

Part 2 of 5: combing your hair

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Step 1. Get your hair cut regularly

If you are trying to grow them, you will still need to have the tips cut off to avoid the split ends. Go to a professional or do it yourself.

  • If you prefer your hair short, have it cut every two to three weeks. Have your hairdresser shave the hair on the back of your neck as well.
  • If you let them grow, have the tips pruned every four to six weeks. Even if you can't see them, have the ones on the back of your neck shaved, it's cleaner.
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Step 2. Wash your hair often

Most men wash them every day, but consider spacing out the shampoos if your hair is dry. Use products suitable for your hair type. If you have dry hair or split ends, buy a sulfate-free shampoo (read the ingredients and avoid those with the following: sodium laureth sulfate or sodium lauryl sulfate).

Step 3. You can also use styling products

It is not required, but most men use it because it makes the hair shiny and makes styling easier. Here are some examples of men's products.

  • Serums or creams. They can allow you to tame your hair without fixing it like a gel would.
  • The foam. It makes your hair shine while adding volume. For best results, apply to damp hair and let dry.
  • Ointment, wax and paste. Use these products for styles that hold (a particular style or curls on straight hair). Be aware that it takes several washes to get rid of residue, so use them sparingly. A small amount will be more than enough if you have short or thin hair. Use pomade or wax for a wet effect, and paste for a matte effect.
  • The freeze. Unlike the pomade, the gel contains alcohol which dries the hair and provides impeccable hold. Apply to wet hair. Always wash your hair before putting it on.
  • Concrete gel or hair glue. This is what punks use to hold Iroquois ridges. Your hair will not move more than a bit, but remember to wash your hair thoroughly before putting it back on.
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Step 4. Find the hairstyle that looks best on you and is the most practical for you

You might fumble around a bit at first, but eventually you will find. Consider these options:

  • Make a parting. In the middle, on the side, etc. Try them all.
  • Brush your hair in the same direction. Instead of creating a parting, bring all your hair back to one side. If they are short, bring them to the front, or make peaks. Experiment!
  • If you have longer hair, tie it up in a ponytail, either taking all of the hair or letting a few strands hang down in front of your face.

Step 5. If you are losing your hair, cut it short so the difference is less obvious

Wash your hair after you sweat and massage your scalp every time you take a shower.

Part 3 of 5: Choosing your clothes

Clothes make the monk! You don't have to spend your home savings on the Champs-Élysées to be stylish. Choose your wardrobe by following these tips:

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Step 1. Wear clothes that fit

You could wear the most expensive costume possible that you still wouldn't look stylish if the sleeves are too long, or if it's too small. The bottom of the pants should cover your ankles, the sleeves should cover your wrists, and the hem of your shirts should reach your hips.

  • Don't try to hide your body. If you're feeling too fat, or too skinny, trying to hide it will only make things worse. Wear clothes that fit you.
  • If the sizes on the market do not suit you (you have thin hips, but long legs for example), find a tailor who will modify your clothes at a lower cost. The dry cleaners generally offer a touch-up service.
  • Donate clothes that don't fit anymore. Maybe you are very fond of this high school tee shirt, but you shouldn't wear it if it doesn't fit anymore.

Step 2. Know how to showcase your best sides

Here is the rule when it comes to colors: light colors bring out, dark colors hide. If you like your torso, but not your legs, wear dark pants and a white t-shirt.

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Step 3. Determine which colors look good on you

Some colors will brighten up your complexion while others will make you look sick. Do these few tests.

  • Compare your skin tone when wearing t-shirts of different colors. Once you figure out what's right for you, don't change.
  • Determine if brown looks better on you than black or vice versa and never mix these two colors. If your belt is black, wear black shoes.
  • Decide if you prefer warm colors or cool colors. The cool colors are based on blues, purples, dark greens, and bluish reds. Compare your skin tone when you wear a red t-shirt with a blue tone and a red t-shirt with a yellow tinge. If you need help differentiating between warm colors and cool colors, get a color swatch that will show you that.
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Step 4. Fill your wardrobe with classics

Buy them in good quality to make them last. Think polo shirts, white and black tees, dark jeans, plain shirts. Add an elegant coat, a plain and understated jacket, leather shoes and a pair of white sneakers and you will be ready for any eventuality.

Step 5. Do your laundry regularly

Some clothes can be worn several times before needing washing (jackets, jeans) if you do not stain them, but t-shirts and underwear should be washed after a day. Wash them regularly so you don't spend the morning looking for something clean.

Part 4 of 5: have a pleasant presence

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Step 1. Hold on tight

It might seem unnecessary to you, but standing up straight will make others feel confident and in control of the situation, which will make you attractive to them. Straighten your shoulders, keep your back straight, and align your hips and feet. Walk with your head up and don't drag your feet.

Step 2. Smile

Smiling at someone immediately puts them at ease and improves relationships. Practice smiling, even when you don't feel like it.

Develop your sense of humor. Laugh at times when you are ridiculous and know how to find joy in all aspects of life. Don't make heavy or unwelcome jokes

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Step 3. Look people in the eye

When you talk to someone (especially if you like that person), show them that you are paying attention by looking them in the eye.

Use this technique for flirting. Glance at the person many times until they notice it. Look her in the eye for a few moments, smile, then look away

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Step 4. Act like a gentleman

You don't have to be born in the 17th century to be polite and courteous. Say "thank you" and "please" and hold the door open to the people behind you.

  • Be respectful. Don't be patronizing or rude. If someone tries to provoke you, go calm. This will show him that you refuse to lower yourself to his level.
  • Don't swear or make inappropriate comments in public. You can let go a bit in front of your friends and family, but don't do it in front of people you don't know very well.

Step 5. Know how to make conversation

It puts people at ease. Ask for news, find topics for conversation, and ask open-ended questions (instead of asking questions that people can answer yes or no, ask questions that require a more elaborate answer). Avoid controversial topics such as politics or religion.

Start the conversation with a stranger at the bus stop to practice. If you can make that person smile and have a two-minute conversation, you are doing very well

Step 6. Speak intelligibly

When you talk to someone, do it clearly and not too quickly. Make complete sentences and think before you speak, it can help you avoid embarrassment.

Part 5 of 5: Take care of your body

Step 1. Eat a balanced diet

It can help you avoid bad breath and body odor, as well as help you stay in shape. Try to follow these tips:

  • Avoid junk food and overly sweet foods. You can take it from time to time, but not every day. Limit soda, beer, candy bars, crisps to once a week.
  • Eat lots of fruits and vegetables. You have probably heard it thousands of times, but they are essential for a healthy diet. Try fresh fruits (apples, bananas, pears…) when you are hungry and eat at least one vegetable for lunch and dinner.
  • Learn to cook. Start with simple things like hard-boiled eggs, salads, barbecued meat, or pasta. It will save you money and impress people.
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Step 2. Hydrate yourself

Your body needs a lot of water, so try to drink at least eight glasses a day. If the water alone seems tasteless, add a lemon juice and try the sparkling water.

You should drink enough water so that your urine is clear (except in the morning). If not, drink more

Step 3. Get some physical exercise

This will not only help you maintain your body, but it will also put you in a good mood and prevent you from getting sick too often. Set up a schedule that works for you and stick to it. Here are some suggestions to get you started.

  • Stretch, do a few push-ups and a few sit-ups every now and then. Be consistent in the effort. Track how your muscles are progressing to increase the number of exercises and you will see improvement.
  • Try weight lifting.Try to lift as much as you can, but don't strain and give your muscles days of rest to recover and build. Going to the weight room every day can be bad for you. On the other hand, don't be afraid to get too muscular. Bodybuilders do just that all day long, there is no risk of this happening to you.

    The main exercises are the bench press, military press, leg curl, deadlift and bicep curl. If you want to develop your torso, do some exercises on the bench. If you want more, try the "Power Clean" or the "Push-Press". Add in some dumbbell exercises and you will be good to go. Remember that it is always wiser to train under the supervision of a professional and in a safe environment

  • Walk, jog or take a bike ride. Even these small exercises work your abs, legs and arms and make your body more receptive to sports.
  • Consider doing some exercise in the morning. This will get you in shape for the day. Always take a shower after sweating to avoid odors.


  • Do not stay fixed on the person you like or they will take you for a psychopath. Talk to him. If she doesn't like you, move on. Why waste your time? On the contrary, if you seem to be no longer interested, and have retired with dignity, she might be interested in you.
  • When trying to impress her, never put yourself down if she hasn't said anything. Whatever you did or said wrong, she probably didn't notice so there's no point in telling her.
  • It's not the end of the world if you have pimples, it happens to everyone. Do not touch it, apply a pimple cream or a warm cloth on it. Most pimples will go away within 24 hours if you don't touch them to cause an infection.
  • Never be rude or haughty with people.
  • Be sure of yourself! It's not a bad thing as long as you don't overdo it. It can even appeal to girls who like confident boys.
  • Be brave. Women love to be protected by a strong, brave man.
  • Blow your nose! Sniffing is rude and having a disgusting dirty nose. Always carry a tissue and use it.
  • Don't try to sound like someone you're not. You can have different opinions, but don't force yourself to do or say something you don't want to. If people don't respect who you really are, don't waste your time with them.

    If you don't find your personality pleasing at all, think about what makes you think that. Try to change what is wrong or at least to highlight more what is right

  • Don't change your dress style overnight or you'll sound like a poseur. Change little by little by adapting your attitude to your friends.
  • Always take into account the feelings of the people around you. People will not seek your company if you are egotistical and you may end up on your own.
  • Don't spit on the floor.
  • Play a team sport to meet new people and try something new.

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