Studies show that we all find different traits attractive in dating. No one likes the same thing. But there is one characteristic that people across the board find irresistible. Dating coach Kathryn Alice shows how can you gain the 'Universal Attractant' and heat up your love life.
We start dating with the best intentions, taking care to be our best selves. Then we get comfortable and complacent. You can blame your partner or you can commit to making sure you keep working to earn that long-term affection. Here are 10 ways to put your best foot forward in your relationship—and to keep moving.
When I got pregnant, I was bound and determined to look good after the baby was born. I admired those moms in my Facebook newsfeed whose hospital pictures showed them smiling with makeup on as they cuddled their newborn. In retrospect, this was a crazy notion because after giving birth I did NOT look good. Not at all...
In our recent 'Irresistible You' survey, Gosling was voted the “Most Irresistible Male Celebrity." When we divided the votes up by gender, he was the top pick for women (tied with Channing Tatum) and the third top pick for men. That's right – the 31-year-old actor is hitting home runs on both sides of the field.
Though it may be impossible to feel sexy and desirable all of the time, there's no more important time to feel that way than when you're between the sheets. So, we asked our experts to offer their best advice about how to ensure that every time you hit the hay, you feel your absolute best ... and here's what they had to say!
No matter how physically attractive they are, this eclectic group of dudes proves that everyone can be irresistible in their own way. From ages 19 to 51, skinny to buff, chiseled to goofy looking, comedic to dramatic actors, these guys are irresistible for one reason: they just do them.
When I was 18 years old, I thought that losing weight would make my life perfect. That's one of the side effects of dieting and hating your body for so long—you begin to assume that thin people have perfect, happy lives and relationships to match their perfectly petite waistlines...
We asked YourTango readers to tell us which of their body parts they like the best. Resoundingly, the answer we saw most was "eyes." Of course, we all know that attraction isn't all about body parts. It's also about those inexplicable qualities that create chemistry. So, we asked dating coach and YourTango Expert Janet Ong Zimmerman to weigh in on how any person can become more attractive, and here's what she had to say.
It's Friday night. Your lips are glossy, your hair is de-frizzed and fabulous, and you've found the perfect outfit. Now all you have to figure out is the right perfume to wear on that hot date. Lucky for you, we've compiled a list of fragrances fit for all your romantic summer nights!
Is your long-term relationship feeling a little too ... long-term? Over time, it's only natural for couples to become quite comfortable with one another, but when things become too routine, too monotonous or too mundane, it's time to shake things up. According to our Irresistible You survey, 37% of YourTango readers polled agree that trying new things together is the best way to for couples to avoid becoming lazy or complacent in their relationships. Wanna know what our experts think you should do to beat complacency? Check out their suggestions below.
In the beginning of your marriage, you and your husband couldn't keep your hands off each other. It was wedded bliss and the physical attraction between you two was undeniable. Lately, however, you haven't been feeling that same spark. You may wonder, 'does lust inevitably fade away?'