10 THINGS MEN DON’T FIND ATTRACTIVE IN A WOMAN!

Just as women find some things unattractive about other women, men can also find things they don’t consider attractive in women. Here are the 10 things men hate about women:

1. EXTREME HAIRSTYLE

Using products that boost your hair volume as well as accessories in your hair is something men are not attracted

to – they prefer long, soft and silky natural hair.

2. TOO MUCH MAKEUP

It’s fine using a bit of makeup on your face, but men don’t like it when you’re completely masking your facial features. Apply makeup evenly and pick a tone that suits your natural complexion. Remember – the “less is more” principle applies for makeup.

3. ARTIFICIAL EYELASHES

Never use to much mascara on your eyelashes or wear artificial ones – men prefer nice and long natural eyelashes.

4. SHINY MAKEUP

Instead of using shiny tones, go for matte makeup as men love it.

5. YELLOW TEETH AND BAD BREATH

Yellow stained teeth and bad breath will put off anyone, not just men. Keep your oral hygiene at a high level in order to be more attractive by visiting the dentist regularly and eating a healthy diet.

6. LACK OF PERSONAL HYGIENE

Broken nails and unshaven legs are a big no-no if you want to attract looks from men – pay close to attention to your personal body care if you want to be attractive. 7. DRY OR GREASY SKIN Make sure to keep your skin hydrated properly, as too dry or greasy skin will put most men off.

 

8. RETOUCHING YOUR MAKEUP IN PUBLIC

Men are just not interested in beauty tricks, so don’t retouch your makeup when you go out on a date. Or at least don’t announce it.

9. DARK LIPS

Using dark lipstick shades can stain your teeth unintentionally, which may put your partner off.

10. TOO MUCH PERFUME

A light spray is just enough when using your perfume – using too much of it won’t please men. Make sure to distribute it on your wrists, neck and behind the ears, not on your clothes.

 

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