Throughout our childhood dressing was easy. We were dressed by mom or dad and were told we were cute by everybody. Life was simple then. As we grow up we start to become rebellious and want to find a sense of style that we identify with. This is the story of how I found my style and how you can find yours as well.
Good looks don’t have anything to do with confidence. Good looking guys need less confidence. If you’re accustomed to positive reactions because of your superficial qualities, you don’t have to be half as confident as someone ugly.
Have you ever wondered why many women need so much time to prepare for going out? It’s not because we can’t decide on the perfect outfit for two hours – although that plays a role as well. The main reason is that we don’t leave the house until we feel amazing about ourselves.
Science has proven that both sexes are attracted to facial symmetry. Good looks are an indicator of health. Therefore from an evolutionary standpoint being attracted to beauty makes sense. But what counts in real life? Are we slaves to our superficial instincts or do we value personal qualities equally or even more?
I’ve a question – do you want to be with an attractive woman, who takes great care of her personal hygiene? Guess what, we want the same!