More and Less Feminine (Looks)

In a previous article I have expanded upon what makes a woman more physically attractive to most straight men; with the overall message that greater female physical attractiveness boils down to looking more feminine.

Before you look at the images of the celebrities below who’ve donned more or less feminine looks, I want to emphasize that you do not have to look more feminine to attract the kind of guy you want; as long as that guy is not particularly masculine. 

Essentially, we are typically drawn to someone who is our complement or similar to us; when it comes to femininity vs masculinity and anything in-between, we attract who fits us on that dimension. More feminine women attract more masculine men, androgynous individuals attract other androgynous individuals, and so forth.

So, if you are attracted to men who are less masculine, then don’t concern yourself with looking (or acting) more feminine; it would only attract the “wrong” kind of guy for you.

Now without any further ado, compare the images below. Take note of which look is more feminine and hence more physically attractive to most straight men.


 

Scarlett Johansson

 

 

Evan Rachel Wood

 

 

Katy Perry

 

 

Miley Cyrus

 

 

Jennifer Lawrence

 

 

Kaley Cuoco

 

 

Natalie Portman

 

 

Kristen Stewart

 

 

Cara Delevingne

 

 

Julianne Hough

 


 

More and Less Feminine (Looks)

Cool Colour Seasons (Men)

Knowing your colour season can improve your style and appearance. You’ll wear the colours that suit your complexion the best and consequently boost your physical attractiveness. People will start noticing “you” over your clothes; they may start commenting on how you are “looking good” and not so much comment on a specific piece of clothing you are wearing. They may not be able to pinpoint what has improved exactly, they’ll just note that something has.

This overview only features male celebrities of the Cool seasons, meaning those people who have a cool undertone to their skin. Your undertone is cool when your skin has a certain pink or blue-ish tinge to it under certain lights or in combination with unsuitable colours. Take an orange shirt and wear it close to your face. When your face looks pinkish or reddish and overpowered by the orange, you most likely have a cool skin undertone. If the orange shirt looks great or fine on you, you are most likely a Warm colour season.

Click on each Colour Season title to be directed to your best colour palette.


Cool Summer

 

 

Light Summer

 

 

Soft Summer

 

 

Cool Winter

 

 

Bright Winter

 

 

Deep Winter

 

 

Soft Winter

 



Asian or “Neutral”: Almost all Asians have got a warm overtone, but this is not the same as a warm undertone! Cooler colours probably look better on you; in that case, you are certainly Cool but with a warm overtone, which can make you look “neutral”.

If you are an Asian with a colouring that seems very “neutral” (in-between warm and cool) and/or you can pull off both cooler and warmer colors and lighter hair colours, you are probably a Soft Winter.

If your colouring is more deep, you are probably a Deep Winter.

Most East-Asians and Southeast-Asians are Soft Winters, whereas most dark-eyed South-Asians are Deep Winters.


Eye colour: Just because your eyes are blue does not necessarily mean your colour season is cool; nor does having green, hazel, or brown eyes necessarily mean you are a warm colour season.

Blue-eyed people can be any season except for Deep Autumn or Deep Winter.

Green-eyed or hazel-eyed people are usually Soft Summers, Soft Winters, Light Springs, Warm Springs, Soft AutumnsWarm Autumns, or Bright Springs.

Brown-eyed people are usually Deep Winters, Soft Winters, Warm Autumns, Deep Autumns, Soft Autumns or Soft Summers (rare).

 

Cool Colour Seasons (Men)

Warm Colour Seasons (Men)

Knowing your colour season can improve your style and appearance. You’ll wear the colours that suit your complexion the best and consequently boost your physical attractiveness. People will start noticing “you” over your clothes; they may start commenting on how you are “looking good” and not so much comment on a specific piece of clothing you are wearing. They may not be able to pinpoint what has improved exactly, they’ll just note that something has.

This overview only features male celebrities of the Warm seasons, meaning those people who have a warm undertone to their skin, hair, etc. Your undertone is warm when your skin and hair has a certain orange or yellow tinge to it under certain lights or in combination with unsuitable colours. Take an orange shirt and wear it close to your face. When your face looks pinkish and/or overpowered by the orange, you most likely have a Cool skin undertone. Otherwise, you are probably a Warm colour season.

Click on each Colour Season title to be directed to your best colour palette.


Bright Spring

 

 

Light Spring

 

 

Warm Spring

 

 

Soft Autumn

 

 

Warm Autumn

 

 

Deep Autumn

 



Eye colour: Just because your eyes are blue does not necessarily mean your colour season is cool; nor does having green, hazel, or brown eyes necessarily mean you are a warm colour season.

Blue-eyed people can be any season except for Deep Autumn or Deep Winter.

Green-eyed or hazel-eyed people are usually Soft Summers, Soft Winters, Light Springs, Warm Springs, Soft Autumns, Warm Autumns, or Bright Springs.

Brown-eyed people are usually Deep Winters, Soft Winters, Warm Autumns, Deep Autumns, Soft Autumns or Soft Summers (rare).


Asian or “Neutral”: Almost all Asians have got a warm overtone, but this is not the same as a warm undertone! Cooler colours probably look better on you; in that case, you are certainly Cool but with a warm overtone, which can make you look “neutral”.

If you are an Asian with a colouring that seems very “neutral” (in-between warm and cool) and/or you can pull off both cooler and warmer colors and lighter hair colours, you are probably a Soft Winter.

If your colouring is more deep, you are probably a Deep Winter.

Most East-Asians and Southeast-Asians are Soft Winters, whereas most dark-eyed South-Asians are Deep Winters.

Warm Colour Seasons (Men)