Looking sexy starts with feeling sexy. Try a new perfume, buy some new sexy lingerie, and other expert tips from this dating coach advice.
As a matchmaker, my task is to facilitate singles to connect with their soul mates. In other words, just call me Cupid! In the dozen or so years that I have been matchmaking, I have had the pleasure of introducing many couples that have gone on to get married and ride off into the sunset living happily ever after. But there are also many singles that are still searching, and still struggling to find that perfect mate for them.
With Valentines Day quickly approaching, you might think it is too late to lose those pounds or get in shape for your special date. But is it too late to look fabulous and attractive? Of course not. These tips will have you feeling and looking much better within a few days.
Let’s admit it. For as exciting and fun as first dates can be, when it comes down to it, it’s hard not to feel nervous and a bit self-conscience before one. With so many unknowns lying ahead (what will we talk about? will he/she be into me? will I be into him/her?), your levels of self-confidence can easily take a nose dive if you’re not careful. This is a problem because, without a doubt, the single most attractive thing in a potential partner is some well-placed confidence.
Irresistible You in the Bedroom may start with Irresistible You in the Kitchen. Maybe we should take a hint from the French. No other culture on the planet puts sex and food together in the same sentence, let alone the same room.
Post contributed by Tammy Warner, on behalf of www.christiandating.org. Although magazines and Hollywood blockbusters may lead you to believe differently, you do not have to bare a lot of skin to be sexy. In fact, a lot of the sexiest women exude sex appeal through their demeanor, not skimpy clothes. It’s not what they show off that makes them sexy – it’s what they don’t reveal.
True or false: The can't-keep-your-hands-off-each-other honeymoon phase will inevitably wear off in a relationship, especially once you're married. If you're like most of us, you probably answered "true." But before you panic that marriage automatically turns late-night rendezvous into late-night Letterman, know this: according to a recent survey of more than 20,000 people conducted by YourTango, Glo and Chemistry.com, 90 percent of people believe that if attraction in a relationship decreases it's possible to reignite it. Even better news? It's true! There's proof that the high people get from first falling in love actually can persist years into a relationship.
This question has been on my mind for quite some time, and I’ve recently asked several men, “What is sexy?” This is sort of like asking, “What is delicious?” or “What is quality?” It is all a matter of personal taste and there is no right or wrong answer. How does a woman exude sexiness to a man? Does she need the physical attributes of a supermodel? Should she wear suggestive or revealing attire? Or perhaps an attractive face with luscious lips and perfect teeth? A particular hairstyle?
When's the last time you felt super confident and sexy? Maybe it was a night out with friends or a romantic date with your love. If you feel it's been too long since you've "wowed" a crowd, read these 8 YourTango Expert tips on how to amp up your attractiveness. YourTango Experts provide advice on looking and feeling your best.
With the new year in full swing, it's time to buckle down and get ready for Valentine's Day, whether you're spending it on a date or out with friends. YourTango Experts tell us how to cast off mental and physical weight in time for V Day.