I want to talk for a moment about the beauty of women. No, I am not a cosmetologist, dermatologist, hairdresser or fashion coordinator, just an ordinary heterosexual with a penchant for the opposite sex. I've always known that there were differences between boys and girls, but that did not become obvious until I entered high school where I I noticed that girls were starting to apply cosmetics, change their hair and wear more fashionable clothes. I guess that marked the beginning of our mating rituals as the boys began to sit down and become aware.
I have observed over the years that women rely primarily on physical attractiveness to attract a partner. That 's why millions, if not billions of dollars, are spent in beauty products for hair, skin, nails, eyes, lips, legs, even the smell of hair. a woman. Also do not forget the authenticity of the fashion industry that includes not only clothes but also shoes and hats. This is obviously a gigantic affair. Some women are naturally beautiful and know it. Others need to work on it.
I wonder though if women are too dependent on physical appearance and neglect the lure of a personality. Over the years, I have met many women who may have lacked appearance, but who are incredibly sensual simply because of their personality. They may have a good sense of humor, an ease about them, a trust, or something just feminine. I guess they feel comfortable in their own skin and know how to make others feel. Perhaps it is the "feminine mystique" that I have heard of all these years. I've seen women who know how to light up a room with nothing more than a smile and a gentle wave of the hand, but who are nevertheless considered grumpy. Men naturally gravitate towards these women because they are more accessible, as opposed to a beauty with an amazing silhouette, simply because they know how to conduct a conversation and make sure that the people around them feel at home. # 39; ease.
Some people think that sex and cooking are part of the allure of women, and I think that there are many men who think so. For me, such things are nothing more than the icing on the cake. Any relationship based on that alone is condemned from the outside.
Instead of spending tons of money for the physical aspects, I'd like them to spend a little bit to cultivate a personality, something that can put men at ease or even be casual. Most men can be intimidated by a beautiful beauty, considering them untouchable. After gathering the courage to speak to such a woman, they are confused when they find that there is nothing behind the facade. Instead, they would prefer to enjoy the company of the woman, but if the lights are on and no one is at home, the meeting will be brief. I certainly do not suggest that the woman be subject to the male. In fact, I find it rather unpleasant. Women who possess a wit, a warm heart, an open mind, a sense of humor and self-confidence despite a physical defect can be much more interesting and challenging than a queen of glamor.
I guess what I'm describing is the "inner beauty" of a woman, which can be incredibly seductive, and I presume it's not fundamentally different from the way women view them. men. However, for those who lack both outer and inner beauty, I pray that they are good in the kitchen or the bedroom. Or, they start attending a salon, a gym or a voice coach. Otherwise, they will stay rather alone for a long time.
Keep the faith!