A Guy's Perspective on How a Girl Can Look Hotter
From My Experience, a Woman Can Make Small Changes to Naturally Look Hotter
I learned a lot about fashion and women during my time selling women's shoes. I also have five sisters, which meant that all I had to read in the bathroom growing up was Glamour magazine. So it's with love (heck, I'll be the first to say I hope to see a woman president) when I say: there's no question that most women care about how they look. How women look and feel go hand-in-hand most of the time. If you feel good, then you tend to feel like you look better, and vice versa.
Now, the interesting thing I learned while working with women's shoes was that women of equal attractiveness can augment their level of hotness in several ways. I met many women that were not that attractive but wanted to be, and the way they put up an "I'm hot" front was a major turn-off. Then I met women who were not that attractive but were themselves and didn't put on airs of superiority. They possessed smiles and great attitudes. Let me tell you, I would rather go out to dinner with the latter. I'm much more attracted to women like that because they generate positive energy. In the shoe store, which I will not mention by name, I also met beautiful women who made me run the other way.
All this goes to say, there are definite, easy ways for a girl to look hotter from a guy's perspective. Below are some fashion tips on how to look hot. Now guys, this is for women only, so don't go out and buy wigs and skirts.
Tips From a Guy's Perspective on How to Look Hotter
Here are the small changes a woman can make to look hotter naturally:
1. Wear makeup that looks natural
If you overdo it, you are saying you need more to look pretty. And guess what? If your boyfriend feels that he needs to reintroduce himself when you have to take it off later, he might change his mind about seeing you.
2. Smile and be positive
This is really high on the list. I talk to a lot of guys about their problems with girlfriends and spouses, and they say that conflict usually starts with a significant other's nasty attitude. I have had a lot of girlfriends, and believe me, I want to hang out with the ones who are positive and good listeners. This makes a guy feel comfortable around a girl and makes her hotter and more attractive.
3. Don't look too slutty
Like overdoing makeup, overdoing it with sexy clothes yells, "I'm trying too hard to look good," and, "I have low self-esteem." Look natural with clothes that complement you. Don't just try to pick clothes you like. Consult with a consultant at the store where you buy clothes. Many people claim to know about fashion, especially women, yet the clothes that they choose look like hell on them. Look smarter instead of sluttier. Find the happy medium. Instead of the highest stilettos in the store, stick with the three-inch heels. Keep in mind that when you look slutty, you tend to attract men who just want sex (I hear this on the authority of several female friends). Unless that's all you want, it's time to rethink that strategy.
4. Go for feminine over tomboyish
Guys tend to like a lady that dresses with more feminine style. If you have to wear jeans, try to avoid the plain look, and especially avoid jeans with holes in them. Wear more skirts and dresses than pants. I know that there are times when jeans are necessary because of the weather, but the feminine look always wins. Don't, however, try to show something you haven't got. Avoid a low-cut blouse if you are small breasted. Try a turtleneck or regular blouse instead with a skirt. Work with what you have. For example, if you have nice toes, don't cover them with pumps all the time.
5. Go for balance when it comes to color
One of the things I notice a lot is women who wear black, but don't adorn themselves with jewelry that can balance it out, like a necklace. Black by itself is very boring. Even one piece of jewelry can do a lot to bring out the dress. Conversely, avoid too many colors unless you're going to a circus. A couple of colors work great. And while we're on the topic of color: your shoes and belt don't have to match exactly all the time. Keep it simple but not overly simple, which leads me to the next step.
6. Pay Attention to the Details
Once the real you is shining through, then you can add the details like jewelry and nail polish. The secret is in the details: the little stuff, not the big stuff. Remember that the real you is more beautiful than anyone you pretend to be.
That sums up my advice. I wish I could tailor it to each of you by going shopping with you, but I can't. Leave me comment or a question, and I promise to respond as soon as possible. Take care.