WOT MAKES U HAWT?
Have you ever noticed that some people can walk into a room and instantly ALL
eyes are glued in that direction - including yours? WHAT IS IT THEY HAVE THAT I DON'T?
HOW DO I GET IT TOO?
First of all there are NO
excuses!THERE IS NO
... AGE, SEX, CAREER, HEALTH, ECONOMIC, RACE...barrier at play here. LET'S GET STARTED
1. FIRST IMPRESSIONS COUNT
- I can't candy coat this one. We are visual creatures, instantly assessing our surrounds for nice things that are pleasing to the eye. It's a primal throwback for finding a partner and keeping safe. This doesn't for one second mean that YOU
have to look like a Victoria Secret Model or Movie Star.
What can I do?
Making an effort is all it takes.
Get your hair styled and coloured in a way that makes the best of your
features. Don't ask for something that isn't essentially YOU
. I can guarentee, you wont feel comfortable and feeling uncomfortable... is NOT attractive. Wear some
makeup. A slick of lippy and some mascara is showing effort, if you aren't handy in this area. Guys these days are also using coverup & experimenting with makeup to enhance their features.
Get dressed each day in clean ironed clothes, polish those shoes and make sure you smell good too.
HINT, HINT... Come to HAIR FLAIR BRADBURY for all of your HAIR & MAKEUP NEEDS.
2. DO YOUR THING AND DO IT WELL -
It doesn't matter if you are the local "check out chick" or a business exec. When you totally lose yourself in what you are doing, and others see that magic, it's PURE GOLD
. What can I do?
Enjoy what you do. When you have a passion for your work or interest, you will positively glow! THAT'S ATTRACTIVE.
JAMES VAN COOPER - PIC CRED @designmonster for Insta
3. LAUGH AT YOURSELF -
The ability to let go and have fun is really important in how you are perceived by others. What can I do?
Go out with the intention to have a good time. Go with the flow and don't be too rigid about how an event should
play out. The ability to enjoy the company of others is attractive
MELBOURNE CUP FUN - MR G, ME, SANDY K
4. DON'T WORRY TOO MUCH ABOUT WHAT OTHERS THINK
- Run your own race. Sometimes, people may be threatened a little by your progress. This can come out as negative feedback from them. What can I do?
your gut instinct. If it feels right for you, you're making personal progress & feel good about it, KEEP GOING. Let the nay sayers have their say, flip your hair & keep at it. DOING YOU .... IS HAWT.
A recent dress up event for Macarthur Disability Services
5. SPEAK IN A POSITIVE MANNER -
attractive person in the room is always going to be the one who speaks in an uplifting way. This relaxes others and it just feels good. What can I do?
Listen to yourself the next time you are out. Are you contributing in a positive way? Make an effort to compliment someone or choose a topic of conversation that will lead in a positive direction.
So there you have it. Five easy starting points to boost yourself up the HAWT SCALE
. What are you going to try first?