The men who are most invested in the idea that women only like guys who look like X often to believe that attraction is immutable; it takes the pressure off of them to be responsible for their own successes – or lack thereof.It allows them to put the blame on others – on women who have “unfair” standards, on the media for promoting certain looks, on their own genes.
It’s about how a man presents himself – the way he talks, the way he dresses and his attitude…
and it’s surprisingly easy to sabotage one’s own attractiveness by accident. There’s more to grooming and self-care than the usual male ritual of “a couple of spritz under the pits and out the door you go”… You wouldn’t think that much of this would be necessary…
until you’ve spent some time at a convention; there’s a reason why nerds are associated with stench. well, you’re not going to get anywhere with her, let’s just put it that way.
Absolute minimum of grooming means brushing your teeth, flossing, mouth wash and a going to help you here and most of them are going to leave white residue on your clothes.
You’re better off to shell out for something at the level of Anthony’s Logistics for Men than Speed-Stick. However, most men stop here when it comes to personal grooming.
This is a mistake; part of grooming means taking care of your face and skin.
After all, 99% of communication means being face to face with people – why and detracts from their natural looks.
Proper skin care will make you look younger, more alert and – importantly – more attractive.
One of the ongoing debates that crops up when it comes to dating advice for men is: “How important are men’s looks? Men tend to have a more uniform definition of what they consider attractive while women’s definitions tend to have more variability.