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I have people that I really do love dearly, and that is the part that means I am okay with my asexuality. Always thought way get all dressed up just to mess it all up. In which case you would still be a fool. Please note: Its a great idea if you are looking to get divorced in a few years.

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I would agree that the majority of women who tell themselves "he's intimidated by me" probably are delusional It's a convenient coping mechanism for rejection. But my point wasn't to say that the original commenter was right, and that the guy who preferred women in sweatpants to her was actually just intimidated by her. My point was that the response of "men don't get intimidated you women do" is ridiculous.

Yup understood. Allow me to elaborate a bit. What I was trying to say was that in a first-date or general social non-work situation, there is a far greater likelihood that any given guy would be intimidated by your looks rather than your career. It may sound bad, but that's because in those situations, guys aren't thinking about you as a whole person yet even if they give a good show of it.

At this stage, a guy is far more interested in making a good impression and charming you. When it comes down to it, they're not all that interested in your family history or travels or career choices. Another example is the "see her across the bar, should I approach her" situation. In this case, he most likely has no idea what you do for a living.

He is only going by looks. Therefore if he doesn't approach you, it's because he's thinking something like "a girl that hot must have a million suitors. I'm not going to stack up. Now of course in a professional environment, a guy may very well be intimidated by a woman who has more experience or skill than he does.

In that world, a woman may very well be his boss. So as I said in my last post, guys most certainly can be intimidated by a woman. It happens all the time. But it's most likely by her looks, not her career. Unless it's in a work environment. As far as the guys who told you they were intimidated by your career, I'll certainly accept that.

I'm not trying to say it never happens. But I bet when it comes to hot girls, for every guy who was intimidated by her career, there's 50 that were intimidated by her looks. I feel more confident and feminine with makeup. Sure, I'm the only dressed up chick at college where everyone is in sweatpants and messy bun heaven Andrew, are you still answering e-mails by any chance?

I'm anxious for you to answer mine! I really want your opinion! I'm dying to know your perspective! I'm way behind on emails but i plan to answer as many as possible tonight.

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This is why every woman should a work on her skin and b perfect a no-makeup makeup look. If you are working on your skin you will need less makeup in order to look your best.

With a no-makeup makeup look you want to make sure that the end result is not too far a deviation from your completely makeup free self. Here is a great tutorial for no-makeup makeup: I would myself wear a no-makeup makeup look in scenarios such as maybe watching a DVD or going for a walk.. I save the smokey more dramatic looks for dates and nights out.

I just think the important thing is to look after your canvass skin so the difference between you with your makeup on and makeup off is minimal therefore reducing the shock factor. Also watch your diet for foods that ruin your complexion and get sleep. There are guys that delude themselves into thinking that they like women au naturale.

However, when guys say "I don't like girls in makeup", they usually mean "I like girls in natural makeup". Example source: Agree with Eliza there! They mean, they like simple makeup: OneBigMistake, I mean Andrew has an article here that would cover a lot of the things that I would advise: This sort of exercise will detox and give a natural glow.

If you suffer from spots I would also stick to mineral foundations just a light dusting as they do not clog your pores like other foundations and allow your skin to breathe. Diet, exercise and sleep, plenty of water and all of that boring stuff is essential. Don't be afraid to use oils on your skin either. Grapeseed and rosehip oils are two of my favourites for face..

I use oil everywhere Be sure to add lots of good fats to your diet and try to stick to the fresh food section in the supermarket. I have very sensitive skin so I tend to stick to very basic skincare products. I think if you have any issues with sensitivity avoid anything harsh.. Go to the store Lush if you have one near you. Get them to give you a free facial and have them prescribe you a routine.

Buy as much as you can and have them give you samples of what you can't afford right now. Feel the difference in your skin. I've often had men tell me they love a good "cheek" meaning a soft, smooth cheek. You will notice your cheeks especially feel different. Lush is also all natural and not full of junk and chemicals that will do more damage. This is how I am nearly 32 and have a forehead most 25 year olds would love to have.

My boyfriend also gets his skincare there and is sort of amazed at the money I spend but understands that's why I look as young as I do and he appreciates it. I've never heard of Lush, but I like anything that is both all natural and non-irritating for your skin. I use Hylunia. I'll look up Lush too though in case I ever want to switch up my routine. Just looked up that "extreme example" that Eliza posted of makeup being magical btway.

No matter how many times I see a major makeup transformation, I am still amazed every time. I really hope her face does clear up though. She has such cute features and it seems like her personality is really bright too. She actually reminds me of one of my best friends. Hey Andrew, a little off topic, but you should do a post on finding someone based on interests.

And how important common interests are. I am a total retro junkie, I collect old records, films, listen to 60ss music, I like vintage cars etc. To what degree are specific interests and values music, religion, politics important in relationships. While we are on that note, how do you feel about women who cheer for their guy's favorite sports team even if they know nothing about the sport?

A little off topic from this post but since you were reading comments I don't think it is critical. I think it is more important that he is attracted to you and enjoys your personality, and that you admire him and respect him than it is that you have the same hobbies.

I DO think it is important to have a reasonably similar taste e. I wouldn't rule out anyone for dating until you've had a chance to talk with them. If you "click," take it to the next step and don't stop until you DON'T feel that chemistry anymore.

Don't rule someone out just because they have something that, on paper, seems inappropriate. Thank you! I agree. Hey Andrew or anyone whats your opinion of denim on a first date, or in general. I have heard its a bad idea to wear it on a first date. What says you? In general, it is widely agreed that jeans heels and a cute top are the go-to date outfit. Although I like to show a little more personality.

Try dark denim. It's a really great way to show off your ass-ests on the first date. Yeah I was just wondering because I have heard the contrary. Im a denim girl and usually wear form fitting, dark-wash, high-end denim. The outfit you describe was exactly what I wore on my last date. Thanks for the response! Like a simple dinner, walk on the beach, or anything sportsy.

If you are going out to a nice restaurant then I don't know Personally, I opt for a simple dress. Often guys don't tell or describe well enough what we'll do, and a simple floral dress can be dressed up or down. Trust me you're fine. The shoes are incredibly important. However, I will add that dresses are preferable and my personal favorite for a date outfit.

I just don't want you to be convinced that denim won't work for a date or only certain "casual" dates. That's silly. It won't work for the ballet, obvs. Believe in your ability to pull it off. Make sure your butt looks good in those jeans. Best not to wear brown shoes and jeans for a date, now that's too casual.

Not just saying that because we are friends, I actually don't like her too much bitchy. She looks great with makeup done. She has a great complexion because she's Greek. Can't be true. She looks great and does her makeup well. I work in the fashion industry. I see professional makeup artists all the time. I know what good makeup is.

So why does he tell her this? Is he mate guarding? He doesn't want her to look hot anymore because he doesn't want her to attract attention? Similarly, my sister's ex used to get annoyed when he saw her getting done up. Asking her why she needed makeup if she had a bf. My other friend's guy jokes about trying to get her fatter so she won't attract anyone else.

What do you think about this? It is almost definitely jealousy, especially if she really does do a god job with the makeup. This post seems to be written from a woman's perspective. Wouldn't learning a man's perspective be more helpful to women? To wit: First impressions matter far less than responsiveness after meeting. The kind of men heavily made-up women attract are unlikely to care what she looks like after they get what they want from her.

They won't stick around either. Most men despise make-up on the women they love because most women make themselves up into nightclub tramps. True, but not in the outdoorsy practical sense you're proposing. Men don't like women whose lives are dictated by their appearance because those women are selfish in a multitude of other ways too. Men don't care any more about self-confident women than they do the opposite.

Men care about women who respect them. Self-respect and straightforwardness also help. He cares less about what you look like during sex than how you behave Truth and trust lead to intimacy, rather than just a naked face. For most men, a made-up face is garish once intimacy is established. This is partially true. Men's expectations of hotness are attached to a woman's figure and her behaviour as well as facial attractiveness.

A man will usually not change his opinion of a plump girl's 'hotness' simply with better make-up. I'd also add one more item to the list. If a man is worth keeping, he'll know that girls who wear makeup to change their appearance are practising deception.

Most men know that girls wearing makeup and push-up bras for that matter are deceiving them - just as savvy girls know when a PUA is trying to deceive them with Game Game arose because men needed a way to level the playing field. With or without Game, men worth keeping are aware that women who practice to deceive from the get-go are likely to do so in other ways as well, and are therefore poor choices for serious relationships.

The made-up women in the pictures above are just that: Con artists. If you want an honest relationship with a quality man, use make-up only to accentuate, not deceive. I always feel extremely shy. Sometimes I think it's a turnoff. Jacob, you seem to have a pretty extreme view on the make-up topic. By saying women who wear makeup are con artists, you are alienating quite a large population of women.

Yes, there are a minority of women think British club-goers and college frat hoes who do make themselves up to look like "tramps", but the women in the photos above are not wearing "trampy" makeup. Jacob, Your list is full of projection. You are in the minority - at least in the united states. Your views would be closer to the norm in the religious Middle East or in some Latin countries, but not in the U.

I am not saying your opinions are wrong, but I am saying that they aren't representative of American men. I see what you mean when you say, "A man will usually not change his opinion of a plump girl's 'hotness' simply with better make-up. But in general it's true. I know that wearing make-up enhances what I have and doesn't push me up in the estimation of guys who probably wouldn't go for me anyway.

That's okay because that's not the reason I wear make-up. Most men seem to think 'make-up' equals a full clown face, without noticing that a woman could have ten products on her face and not look overdone. So when men say they don't like women who wear make-up, it's sometimes a half truth. But there is some cultural variation.

I'm from the UK and there are plenty of women who don't wear make-up at all. I have noticed that American women tend to be more 'done up' than British women in general, but that's an observation, not a criticism. Actually shortblonde.. I think the first girl looks kind of trampy with that makeup. Too tan, very unnatural. Looks like she's either going to a frat party or do a weather report.

The second one I am too distracted by the horrible hair to notice the makeup. Looks like she's going to a wedding. In Definitely not an everyday look. The third girl, I admit, looks great and classy. She already has great skin and looks even better in the done-up state. I think her hair and nice eyebrows are what makes her look good in the second photo. But the makeup is also well done.

I'm 21 and I've been with my boyfriend for five years. I take wonderful care of myself in every other way skin care, lots of exercise, good diet, fashion, hairstyles, etc. I hate knowing that my face will never EVER be as pretty unless i wear makeup I'm reluctant to start wearing makeup now especially after 5 yrs of dating because I KNOW he will obviously think im much hotter with it on, and as a result, that just makes me even more depressed.

Then once I take off the makeup at the end of the day, he would probably be like You are less beautiful when you change out of a nice dress and slip into something more comfortable - why doesn't that bother you? I think your insecurity about makeup is due to your inexperience with it, not with the principled reasons you give. Read the post about The Importance of Taking Fashion Risks , and consider how it applies to makeup in your situation.

Give it a shot for 6 months or a year and see how you like it. Don't knock it till you've tried it, as they say ;. I'd add that maybe you're not confident about makeup because don't know how to use it. Go to a MAC store not the counter in a department store--a freestanding store or equivalent, and tell them you need help.

They'll select the right products and colors for your complexion and demonstrate for you--make you up on the spot. And I would also suggest going to Bare Escentuals for foundation because MAC's foundation is heavy and will lead to bad skin. Example of natural makeup: So, all else being equal, which would you chose, Girl A 7 without makeup, 8 with or Girl B 6 without makeup, 9 with?

I think the visible makeup is more appropriate for more formal occasions, but I wouldn't hold it against a girl if she wore it in the grocery store. As long as it works with her natural look, a little extra punch just adds some flare; it doesn't make it unattractive. But given your two options, I'd say it would depend how willing she was to wear her makeup frequently.

If the girl was willing to wear it often, I'd go with her. If she wasn't, I'd go with the girl. I find it really surprising that you would go with the 6 over the 7. Is it because you care about how other people will view her next to you when you are in public? It seems really important to some men that their girl is viewed as attractive to other men. I tend not to wear much makeup unless i'm going out to dinner, parties or if i feel like my skin is looking a bit dull.

Men have different tastes and a lot of them don't have a 'type' either. I have met men that like olive skin with dark eyes, dark hair etc and some men who don't find olive skinned women attractive at all. Seems pretty logical to me. If you don't want to be more attractive to men, then you're on the wrong blog. Believe me, men need this advice too.

If a man wants to be more attractive to women, he needs to find out what women actually find attractive, and then do that. Accept reality. So glad you're here telling the truth. While eating lunch once with a group of friends, a guy friend of mine once commented that he loves when women are "natural" and makeup-free, and referred to our friend Mya as an example.

Mya laughed- she had spent twenty minutes doing her makeup that morning! She just happened to choose a paler, less obvious palette that day, but was still fully done-up. On a related note, sometimes another girl friend of mine goes without makeup. She gets irritated at the fact that every time she doesn't put any on, people are concerned, asking her if she's tired or not feeling well, noting her sullen appearance.

I ever met a man that I liked. First time met him I was messed up. Didn't wear make up even face powder. My hair messed up too. But communication with him was great at first time because of work concern and then friendship. Then at second time meeting, I wore natural make up and natural hair style with natural sporty feminine clothes and shoes.

Guess what? He was surprised and me too. I didn't expect he amazed to see me like that. Cause I was still look natural with less make up. I was happy and he was happy too. It helped to lead to great conversation and we had same interest so it was great moment with him.

How he looked at me so differently, not in lust thing but amazed and happy. I was happy that he saw me first with no make up no hair style, really mess up performance then I could make me happy to see me with natural make up. He is A plus guy so it was great experience for me cause I'm just an ordinary woman.

Good skin care is essential and the basics of looking beautiful. Now matter how great a girl's features are, if her skin is jacked then her overall attractiveness goes down the tubes. From my experience men love a woman with smooth flawless skin. Clear skin is actually rare these days because so many women are neglectful.

They use make up as a crutch. Once a woman reaches 25 years old, she needs to have a good skin care regimen in place. The key to healthy skin is preventative care, facials every few weeks, and visits to the dermatologist if needed. In fact a woman with smooth flawless skin doesn't need much make up at all and won't look bad if she goes barefaced.

Good skin is the most important. Don't need big effort to change look with make up if has good skin. I attracted a man that I liked with good skin with natural make up and he liked it much. When we met and also my natural picture, he liked them. I was glad I didn't have to put fake make up and did much effort with make up to attract him.

I don't tend to wear foundation on a daily basis, and at the very most I'll wear BB cream, and that's because a full base doesn't suit my needs. I spend a lot of time on my skincare and change it over for different seasons to make sure that my skin looks its best in the conditions. I think the look of natural clear skin outstrips the look of a foundation face any day.

No matter how well I blend it, it's always possible to tell that I'm wearing it. I reserve foundation for evenings where the lighting makes it look more subtle. I can't go without at least mascara though, because it really makes me look awake. Sometimes I'll wear a natural eyeshadow, subtle bronzer and a light blush. Eyeliner really brings out my dark brown eyes and I know the make up tricks to make them look bigger.

Eh, even with great skin you usually need to define your other features. Personally I am fair and blonde. I have long curly eyelashes that you can't see without mascara, likewise my eyebrows and almost non existent unless I fill them in. You don't need to have cat eye every day but working the right lines and shadows into your face takes little time and goes a long way.

Good skin is important, but no woman should leave the house without concealer and a bit of mineral powder and blush. No matter in how great condition the skin is, there will always be different color pigmentation on different areas of your face. Every woman needs concealer around her eyes and nostrils. Um, no they don't, anon.

Concealor under the eyes looks cakey almost always, and bad. Not all women need concealer but it is lifesaver if you DO need it and know how to use it effectively with the right concealer for the purpose at hand. If you use a solid concealer from a pot or tube under eye.. Those kinds of concealers are designed for the covering of blemishes such as acne on the face and they settle into ANY fine lines and wrinkles.

Also, you are damaging the delicate skin under your eye through the action of blending these tough consistencies. You need to use a liquid concealer from a pen that blends easily for eyes.. I use Clinique Airbrush Concealer. I use just a tiny bit in the dark area between the eyes and nose, the outer corner of the eye and any dark areas under the eye.

Small amounts go a long way. Every "make up free" celebrity you see is wearing concealer. When it's done right, it looks like you're wearing nothing. It makes a major difference. Just because you don't know how to apply it, doesn't mean professionals don't. Some people need it not matter how much sleep they get, more of a function of genetics.

I don't get dark circles but the skin around my eyes is very light and my eyes are deep set so I get a bit of a shadow. I actually use a slightly darker shade to fight the shadow. Um, no, anon. Not everyone needs to wear concealor, and I can always tell when they are.

I don't know how to apply it because guess what? I don't need to wear it! Sorry if that offends you!! Also, wearing a lot of foundation and concealor makes your skin break out more. I used to wear it every day and I had bad skin. Now I don't wear much face makeup, other than a bit of powder, and my skin is blemish-free.

Maybe some women NEED to wear makeup to cover imperfections Hah you's are fighting over concealer. I think concealer is great irregardless if someone needs it or not if it allows them to feel better about themselves. Many would argue that I don't NEED the extra help either but I like to use foundations and concealers because I enjoy the whole process of buying them, trying new ones out and applying them, etc..

That's just me. What work for one woman may not for another but there's no denying that these items give confidence to some women and that's the main thing. Julia - Yeah I know a few lines and shadows help define my face. I still try not to do that so often though because I prefer the no-make-up look.

However I'm a recent convert to wearing mascara everyday and gradually getting into more of a routine with my face. You still won't get me doing full face foundation though. And I'm confident in knowing that it won't affect my chances with men. Although I've changed my look and lost about 30 lbs, I actually think part of the reason I'm getting more attention now is more due to my demeanor and radiance been a lot more happy recently and it shines through.

I don't think concealer is always necessary. My skin tone is slightly uneven but not badly at the moment since I've been using treatments. I also live near the Scottish Highlands and lack of sunny weather and population means my skin has kept in fairly good condition. I use a cucumber eye gel on my eyes in the morning and I'm good to go. You seem to prefer a more heavily made-up look.

To some this means absolutely NO makeup, no exceptions. To the majority it means that subtle enhancement is appreciated and is far favorable to a full face of pancake. The men of my acquaintance who go for the plastic, done-up aesthetic tend invariably to be players and dudebros, or otherwise watch a lot of porn. I get that the aim of this blog is to teach women how to maximize their appeal to the largest number of men, and makeup Ч when done well Ч will certainly help them do so.

That said, I was taught that makeup is an art that requires a light hand. It should accentuate, not deceive. A man should not feel misled or disappointed the next morning after the mask has come off on the pillow. To that end, while it is useful for a woman to know how to apply makeup to highlight her best features, it might be to greater benefit to invest in a good canvas.

I wear little to no makeup in my daily life. Never have. I have not suffered for male attention. Total strangers Ч both men and women Ч often stop me on the street to pay me a compliment some have even been extravagantly flattering! My beauty routine is simple, and hugely effective for getting the most of what you were born with: This is your greatest asset.

Heavy foundation Ч both the wearing and washing off of Ч damages and ages skin, creating a vicious cycle that will reinforce the necessity of makeup. Your skin wants to breathe; let it. Drink plenty of water. Get plenty of sleep. Cut out the junk food and sugar and eat more green stuff. Trust me on this. Eyebrows are often overlooked; no guy ever says to his wingman: Eyebrows frame the face.

They can make or break the illusion of symmetry. I might even go so far as to encourage you to get your brows professionally threaded. Eyelash curlers are inexpensive and give you big bang for your buck. Curled lashes open the eyes, making them appear larger and more attractive.

Essential to achieving the classic doe-eyed look. A light coat of mascara will help hold the curl. It amounts to little more than dedicated basic grooming and hygiene: Easy peasy. When I want to polish my look more I might dab some concealer under my eyes if necessary , swipe some blush across my cheek and some gloss across my lips. I then prefer a light mineral powder. Some examples of the minimalist, 'natural' look done extremely well: Sorry but most of those pictures show the women wearing a ton of makeup.

Especially Megan Fox. It's obvious. Yes, they are all wearing makeup. Some of the looks are subtler than others, but I had wanted to illustrate the wide range of looks possible within the 'natural' palette which I believe these all conform to no smoky eyes or heavy shadows; minimal liner; colors that don't veer wildly from nature, etc.

But all these girls in the example are wearing more makeup than what you recommended in your original post. I have a similar routine as you. I moisturize my face daily, and sometimes wear and little blush and lip gloss. My skin tone is even enough at my ripe age of I never feel the need for foundation, unless I'm going somewhere formal and i do the whole foundation and eye makeup thing.

Example of good skin, groomed eyebrows.. I should try that. I think a bigger impact than wearing makeup is hair. I have long hair and I wear it down 90 percent of the time. The exceptional circumstances that I wear it up are playing sports, or Example wearing your hear down, and a smile, you can look good without makeup for most ruitine things Sally, your Adriana example is a great one.

My pictures were really meant to be more illustrative of the sort of makeup look I aspire to when I do doll up 'natural' but 'enhanced', which I think is what most women strive for in a daily look and what most men prefer. My two posts were meant to be one but the second was cut off in posting and originally better clarified that the examples were of what I felt a good naturalistic style of makeup to be.

For strictly non-madeup examples that are more reflective of my original recommendations, the best reference would perhaps be Polaroid headshots of professional models in their 'blank canvas' state: And some more Adriana because one can never get enough: I was trying to figure out why the girl in Andrew's last example looked so much plumper to me in the before pic, and I think it's because in the second she's wearing her hair down which slims the neck and face.

Yeah, emily looks good in that photo, but she would look better with her hair down! The before and after examples are great, definite motivators to continue wearing makeup regularly. For instance, the day I put my hair in a bun because it wasn't cooperating, and one of my male students asked with genuine concern why I had my hair up, and if I "wasn't feeling well. Definitely put on blast, but it kept me in check, appearance-wise.

Haha that is interesting. True, kids that age don't have a filter - though they don't always think the same way grown men do, so I'd take their outbursts with a grain of salt which I am sure you do. I have big blue eyes. One day I didn't wear eye makeup and had pulled an all-nighter. Andrew, I like that you conveyed that making an effort with make-up has a limit and can go too far.

It makes me not worry so much about looking perfect in order to be considered attractive. I agree with this statement too: Actually it makes me feel great because I know I'm practicing good self-care and gives me a great buzz for starting the day. Its absolutely worth the time to make yourself feel pretty.

I feel better when I am with my guy, when I am in a meeting, having coffee by myself I know what you mean. Since I've started wearing make-up more, I feel like my general well-being is better and I feel more confident. This is unrelated, but I'd really like a response or even post on it.

What are the best ways for a woman to communicate that she is looking for something serious, as in a life partner? I'm not just talking about withholding sex, filter after red flags etc. I mean communicating that you are looking for marriage down the road, and not too far down the road. I'm 22 and most girls my age fall into one of two categories.

The first are those looking to have fun, travel, focus on their careers and perhaps have some flings along the way. The second are those who look for relationships, but not necessarily ending in marriage. Typically they'll be in a relationship for 4 years, or perhaps two of 2 years each, either they marry someone in their late twenties or stay single.

It has become so common that it seems guys assume it is the case. Where I'm from, the average age of first marriage is slightly above 30 for men and late twenties for women. I am the only woman I know who'd love to be married by the time I'm I don't want to spend years "dating" or being engaged either - I read that men on average propose after 19 months. It seems to me that a woman, these days, has to communicate that she is different than others, especially if she lives in a feminist culture.

I honestly think you have to be pretty clear when expressing it. Other than acting like a decent woman, what are the best ways for a woman to communicate that she actually would prefer to settle down in her early to mid twenties? Oh my god, I really really want to hear Andrew's approach on this. I am also in the same boat. I'm a year younger than you and have no desire for flings or short-term anything.

I am anticipating engagements really soon, but if I am going to date, its going to be taken seriously-as in marriage or commitment is my goal. Funny, one girl once told me women fall in two categories as well: And I cannot emphasize how much I agree with the last bit of your post. Figuring out how to communicate in our feminist culture. It's sad that its shocking to people my age that I prefer relationships over flings.

It used to be so normal. I too would LOVE to know advice on how to date seriously in their early 20s. Especially since this feminist wave of: It's hard to be old-fashioned these days. It's so "weak" to have emotional needs and want to be feel protected by men and that you want a loving relationship, not just sex.

A guy who is looking to get married knows within 18 months or so whether or not he wants to marry you. A guy who is not looking to get married won't know this. If he isn't ready to have a serious conversation about marriage by that time, kick him to the curb. I agree with Joe but I would actually put the time frame at something like months. I have some other things to say about this so I will do a post.

Six to twelve months. And all this time I thought two years would be the maximum I would wait. Its a great idea if you are looking to get divorced in a few years. Julia, I think Andrew believes that a guy knows within months whether or not you are marriage material. I don't disagree with that, but I don't think a guys can know you well enough in that time to know whether or not he actually wants to marry you.

However, I do think by 18 months he should know. If he doesn't know by 18 months, he needs a kick in the pants. I've been dating my boyfriend for almost 6 months and the one thing I am certain of is I have no idea if I want to marry him. We simply don't know each other well enough.

People can be overcome with chemistry and usually can't see clearly in a new relationship for months. I think 2 years is a good amount of time to date before you get engaged but certainly anything under a year is a recipe for future divorce. Great post, Andrew. I love this website blog? Keep up the good work, on behalf of womankind, or at least myself: I was at a Starbucks one weekend and a guy and I ended up talking.

We had a great conversation and so we had dinner that same night. Afterwards he gave me a hug. Is this normal for a guy to hug a stranger? A sign of romantic interest? Or just friendly gesture? Normally, I have my makeup done, but that day, my makeup was on the light side.

Maybe it's a self-confidence issue, but it seems strange that a guy would be interested in me when I wasn't looking my very best. Also, I met another random guy at another Starbucks who hugged me after talking to me as well. All this hugging, is it normal? If these guys really wanted you, they would have asked for your number and tried to see you again.

But keep on drinking your coffee in Starbucks! It seems, it is a lucky place for you: In my experience, a guy will hug you instead of kissing you at the end of a date if it is the first time you are meeting i. In your case it makes sense, since you met that day. A hug in this case is not usually a reflection of his interest, but more so a reflection that he feels it's not appropriate to kiss someone he just met.

If he asks to see you again, he's interested. I agree with ShortBlonde. Unless the date went horribly bad, a hug on a first date is generally safe. I would venture a guess that unless a person had crazy chemistry and beware of crazy chemistry with their date, most people wouldn't be comfortable kissing on a first date. If he asks to see you again, and gives you a hug and a kiss, then he's interested.

I give a hug and cheek kiss at the beginning of a date! If I guy doesn't kiss me I usually doubt he is interested though I've been wrong. But for me I definitely hug and cheek kiss at the beginning, I feel its warm, flirty and feminine. Plus who wants to shake hands with someone you might sleep with one day?

Hi Andrew, Could you perhaps write a post about how one should go about "defining a relationship"? Should a girl bring it up? If so, how? In some ways, I would want the guy to bring up the issue of commitment and starting a relationship, but if this isn't the norm, what should a girl do? Feminine energy means being receptive and letting a man lead.

If a man wants a relationship with you he will know but if after a few months he hasn't, he's probably in it for a casual fun. I don't see why a woman should have to wait for the guy to ask. There's only so long you can wait around before forcing an answer out of a guy if it isn't otherwise wise to simply walk away.

I have done that lots of times and I'm not afraid to spin the tables on the guy if he isn't being up front. That's cool. If the guy's intimidated by that, he's not the bloke for me. If the guy I am currently seeing has said that "we are a couple" and that "we are together" when talking to other people, does that mean he is my boyfriend?

We haven't explicitly talked about it defining the relationship and I just don't want to presume Not exactly. You are his girlfriend. YOU determine whether or not he is your boyfriend. There are ways for changing appearances for real. Because from evolution standpoint, men like to pick women who are "fertile" from physical appearance indications. Such as healthy skin, hourglass figure, which implies good fertilities.

And the traits like that can be really obtained rather than "faked". Most men do NOT like significant plastic surgeries because they entail that the beautiful traits are faked. Since skin make ups have limited effects, men may be ok with this when it is slight. There are ways to fundamentally improve lookings for real.

If a woman can really change the body shape from obese figure into an hourglass, for example, then there is no need to worry how to dress to cover up a fatty belly and appear to have a nice butt. Instead, any type of dress can make one pretty. And the dress that reveals the beautiful figure rather than cover them up can be sexier.

Tricks to trick eyes into believing the figure is good would no longer to necessary. As for skin complexions, if a woman can ensure enough sleep every day, and healthy body, and regularly sweaty exercises, and nice nutritions, and good mental states, then the complextions can improve, and unlike improved by faked make ups, they will improve for real better qualities.

With that being said, some make ups can make women more competitive in lookings. Because real nice figures and high quality skins have to be earned by lots of efforts. But make ups can change them rapidly in short term. When time is short, make ups can give women a quick boost in lookings when going out to see guys.

But I think smarter strategies should be for women to focus on improving lookings for real instead. Total bs, but then again, I don't need to wear much makeup. I actually look worse with more than a little bit on. If you actually leave the US and travel to European countries like France, you will see gorgeous women everywhere who don't wear pounds of makeup.

I've been all over Europe. The idea is not to wear tons of make-up or look fake or whatever. The idea is to wear make-up to enhance your features, dress to suit your shape, eat right and exercise for your own self-improvement. Why not aim to be hot? A better you increases your confidence and consequently makes you more desirable to the opposite sex.

Aim to be hot? Sorry, but you either have it, or you don't. If you don't, a pound of makeup won't help you. Whilst I don't think I can be 'hot', I can't see any issue with my trying to look my best. No problem as long as I don't get delusional. And I don't think 'you either have it or you don't' is useful to most people. Most people aren't hot.

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Eyelash curlers are inexpensive and give you big bang for your buck. A beautiful girl will look better with minimal makeup or none at all , whilst a less lucky girl will look better with makeup. Cum for me right now or I'll tell. Unattractive because you've probably failed to realize how makeup can enhance your appearance.

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I know that wearing make-up enhances what I have and doesn't push me up in the estimation of guys who probably wouldn't go for me anyway. A better you increases your confidence and consequently makes you more desirable to the opposite sex. If you "click," take it to the next step and don't stop until you DON'T feel that chemistry anymore. Do I just need to be more comfortable with them before I want to have sex with them?

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