1. Birth control pills affect women’s taste in men.
Generally, women are attracted to the men having a scent that unknowingly indicates dissimilar genes. But recent studies have shown that going on the birth control pill undergo a shift in preference towards men finding men with more similar genes attractive.
2. Androstenol is a chemical found in fresh male sweat that attracts women to men.
Androstenol is a pheromone i.e. scented sex hormone. But androstenone when found in overly sweaty male body odor tends to have the exactly opposite effect.
3. Men with beard or heavy subtle are perceived as more responsible and healthy.
According to a study, that both men and women finds men with full beards or heavy stubble more attractive, healthy, active, and likely to be better parents.
4. Sentimental and tender lines like “I love you”, when whispered in the left ear have a stronger impact than the right one.
It was stated in an MITCogNet study that, “When emotion stimuli appeared on the left ear, the accuracy of recall was higher, with a mean of 64.43% and 58.15% for the right ear. It also revealed that in the face of competing verbal information, emotional words compete more strongly when they are presented through the left ear.”
5. Women’s voice tends to go high pitched when she is around men she finds attractive
Apparently voice pitch acts as a mating signal and in case of women it goes up when talking to someone to whom she is sexually attracted.
6. Sometimes “chill-inducing” music can turn you on more than your partner’s touch.
We all know that music and love go together, or music and any other emotion, for that matter. In a study, music playing in the background was 40% more likely to turn the respondents on than the touch or feel of their partner.
7. Wearing red or similar bright colors makes you appear sexier.
In ancient societies, red was often served as a symbol of status, power, and virility–the masculine traits considered sexy by women. Several studies have shown that wearing red color tends to boost attractiveness in both men and women.
8. Smiling women are perceived more attractive, while in case of men, men who don’t smile as much are found hotter than men who smile a lot.
This result was concluded from a study which was performed to rate attractiveness. In this study, participants rated attractiveness through a series of photos.
9. Staring into a stranger’s eyes can make you form an attachment, despite never even talking to them.
A study was conducted involving 72 undergrad students, and it showed that people felt elevated affection towards those with whom they had prolonged eye contact.
10. People tends to prefer symmetrical faces in partners.
According to studies both men and women greatly prefer perfect symmetry in a face because it is unconsciously believed that they have better genetics.