Three questions: who buys these things, who wears these things, and why would anyone make them? It’s a mystery to us all, but at least it’s good writing inspiration.
How can you tell whether your striped top or dress will flatter you? There are two key principles to understand and apply to your body type.
Think stripes make you look short, fat, and wide? Check out these optical illusions to see why “stripes = fat” is more fiction than fact.
Has anyone ever the weight, and kept it off, just by being told to eat everything in moderation? No, and yet fitness gurus love saying it. Here’s why their advice doesn’t work.
Turns out it’s harder than I thought. (Writing about the “science” in “the science of attraction,” I mean.) It’s been over a month without a new post, which means I’m failing to deliver on my promises. Although I only broke a promise to myself, not my approximately three readers (who doubtless do not care), I wanted to explain myself anyway. So this post is to serve as an update and an explanation of why I’m changing my goal.
The ultimate definition of female attractiveness, including charts, percentage breakdowns by category, and a list of the most important factors.
If power & social status depend on personality, why are they so important to male physical attractiveness? Find out why – and what you should do about it.
At last, the ultimate definition of male attractiveness. See the factors in order of importance, and find out how much attention you should pay to each one.
If you’ve tried searching for advice on how to make yourself attractive, you’ve probably noticed a common theme: it’s useless. Read more to find out why.
Learn where to part you hair so your face will look its best. This post is about flattering hairstyles for an oval face with large, blunt features.