posted on Feb, 26 2012 @ 04:44 PM
If you're a sexy woman it doesn't matter if you're dressed in a sweat-shirt and sweat-pants with bad frizzy hair and no makeup at all. That
doesn't hide what nature gives you. If you are a "10", you're a "10". It would also be true if you dressed up in some freaky silly and clownish
looking outfit. (Provided it doesn't conceal too much.) I think this physical attraction part comes with how well a woman takes care of herself. More
"shapely" than "a shape" (too skinny is just as bad as being too obese), having a pretty face, and stuff like that. I think recognition of this
just comes with the instincts that evolution has wired us with in regards to reproduction.
The rest comes with attitude. Somebody can be pretty hot at first impression, but how they carry themselves can kill it. Come across as either too
hostile/demanding or too much of a floozy, and either of those might be a turn-off. Those also probably have to do with instincts too, but in regards
Makeup and clothing may only do so much, but perhaps in the same sense as beer goggles. When it goes away it's another story. Probably best used to
accentuate what's there already. Cake-face never looks good up close, and a muffin-top doesn't look that appealing where properly sized and fit
clothes would much better accentuate the shape a woman does have. Thus there is a limit to what women should be doing.
Of course it's still different strokes for different folks, but you did ask for an opinion.