Colin’s Beauty Tips

This is a summary of the tips I have drawn from my research on what makes you attractive.

Drink plenty of water to keep your skin in tip-top condition. Mineral water if possible.  Drinking plenty of water keeps your skin hydrated which improves its appearance and its barrier and protective function.

If you are a woman, dye your hair as blond as possible.  There is one exception to this – if you are surrounded by blond women, then dye your hair brown or black to give yourself scarcity value.

If dating, go for candlelit dinners that make your iris expand. But don’t get carried away and look too closely at the candle’s flame. And try to sit with your back to any light sources.

Don’t smoke. Smoking reduces your estrogen level and this makes your skin drier.

Avoid sunlight wherever possible, and wear a sunscreen.  It doesn’t have to be a high SPF sunscreen, and keeping your skin moisturised is a good idea too.

If you have dry skin, enjoy a bath with bath oil.  Not only will you enjoy a relaxing experience, but you skin will thank you for it.

If you are bald you will look older.  Try to appear as youthful as possible and drop your age into conversation so people don’t overestimate your age.

If you are a man, grow a beard.  Although many women say they don’t like beards, a given face will generally be scored more highly if it has a beard.

If you are a man, wear a fragrance and use antiperspirant.  You will feel more confident which will make you look attractive.  (See the Lynx Effect)  – it probably works for women as well but I don’t have any evidence at the moment.

And above all, remember that regular readers of Colin’s Beauty Pages are confident, good looking, reproductively successful,  have above average intelligence and income and have great dress sense and good singing voices.  Thanks for reading.

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