Makeup Overdoes vs Natural
If you’re wondering, keeping it natural is the way to go. Most men don’t want to go in for for a kiss and come out looking like they just joined the circus. Foundation is supposed to be invisible and blend in with your skin while hiding your fine lines, blemishes and little flaws. It is supposed to even out your complexion and improve your skin tone. However, if yours is visible, then you do not apply it right. Too heavy of a foundation gives you the mask effect. Try to avoid using glittery and shimmery eye shadow unless you’re a professional makeup artist. Matte shadow is always better because it does not cling to the eye crease and it appears more natural. Tone it down on your mascara. When you apply too much mascara, you end up getting gummed up lashes and that definitely will not make your eyes look sexy and tempting at all. Use mascara of good quality and moderately. Too much makeup can turn a man off. You don’t have to skip it altogether, but keep it to a minimal is best!
No Hair Zone
Whether you like it or not, men prefer smooth skin and clear pits. And we meant take care of your entire body. Make sure that your legs, underarms and private areas are perfectly clean and hairless. Believe it or not, such things play even a greater role than makeup! Most men associate hair with testosterone so they don’t want to see it on a woman. Men like touching soft skin and it also says a lot about your personal hygiene. This is especially true for areas like underarms and the vajayjay (If you need a weekwacker down there, then we have a problem). So for the love of all that’s smooth – please do something about your body hair. And for those tired of spending their precious morning time shaving or waxing, should consider permanent laser hair removal, which get rid of most unsightly fur, stubbles and nasty ingrowns – for good. Yes, no more in-growns and darkened pit! Depending on the total density of hair follicles in your skin, one may need an average of 4 to 6 sessions, to see optimal results. With each treatment, you will notice progressively less strands, slower sprouting, and finer growth. However, laser hair removal isn’t exactly cheap, but compared to the long-term cost of waxing and shaving, it is all worthwhile in the long run. In fact, it is one of the most commonly requested cosmetic treatments.
Bad breath can be off-putting for many men. In fact, almost 30 percent of men in the States cited bad breath as their number one dating gripe. Yeesh! Let’s face it, sisters – bad breath are absolutely unattractive to the opposite sex. The best way to prevent it is to eliminate the potential causes.
Practise good oral hygiene, daily brushing and flossing will go a long way to elimination halitosis. Avoiding pungent food like onions, garlic, eggs and others is another good way. Use mouthwash and brush your teeth after you eat is even better. If you smoke, try to quit. Smoking is another common culprit to halitosis. Visit your dentist regularly to maintain good oral health. Don’t forget to always carry gum or breath helpers in your purse. You’ll never know when that kiss may be coming!
While a fancy or intricate hairstyle may be alright for a glamorous night out, men prefer natural-looking hair. It’s sexier to touch sprouts that’s free of styling gels, sticky hair sprays and other hair products. Not to mention that most chemicals you apply on to your hair is a repetitive assault. The scorching heat from flat irons and blowdryers that beautify your hair temporarily denature the protein that make up your hair’s protective cuticle. If you’re not ready to give up those styling moments, at least reduce the daily damage by turning the temperature down on your styling irons and go for protective measures before it’s too late! Save your strands by wearing a hat on your summer holidays, try using leave-in conditioner with built-in sun protection such as Keratase Soleil Micro-Voile Protecteur. Use hair tonic to boost your strand’s health while preventing hair loss. SW1 Shop Hair Recovery helps to strengthen damaged hair and encourage new hair growth. The secret of this incredible hair tonic lies in its blend of Minoxidil, Vitamin B6 and Ginkgo Biloba for a balanced complex of nutrients to nourish strands from inside out.
Cover It Up!
No one expects women to dress like it’s fashion week every day but we want you to at least put yourself together. We just don’t get why some women feel the need to do things like going to Wal-Mart in a skimpy little black dress. For many women, they have the wrong perception that one size fits all – no matter how that makes them look. Ladies, it is just not alluring to men when you let it all ‘hang out’ (if you know what I mean). Being attractive doesn’t mean that you have to shed clothes and wear skimpy outfits to the point where your bottom sticks out. All in all, women who can’t dress well are not attractive. So know your body type and dress accordingly.