I saw a person, who from behind, walked like a man, but had a woman-like frame and stature. Naturally, I couldn’t help but wonder, if it were a man or a woman? It was really difficult to tell, and I could not decipher from the salt and pepper dread-locked coif either.
From behind, very androgynous. Then, I got a side glimpse, clearly a woman.
That slight observation made me think, for those of us who want to increase our feminine appeal here are three (3) ways to boost our allure instantly.
Switch- Oftentimes, women who walk with an appealing sway are admonished for being “fast,” but really, possessing feminine movement is an aspect of womanhood that we should embrace because it distinguishes us from men. There’s no need to be coy or feel bad about lady-like movements. After observing the woman, it reinforced my perception that women usually flow along, while men power along.
As I mentioned in my post Develop a Feminine and Gracious Gait, “switching” should not be staccato: short, quick, fast. Instead, it should be a skill or tool used to improve our feminine form. It’s not something that society says we should do, but rather, it’s an innate female element, attributable to our hormones and skeletal differences.
Smile- A woman’s smile can be considered the sexiest curve on our body. Naturally, it softens us, makes us more beautiful, and overall makes us appear to be an enjoyable person. I see so many of us who frown and look uneasy, “tight face-ed.” And, might I add, frowning makes us ugly, appearing bitter. Smile more to stay youthful, vibrant looking, and overall to reduce stress. Check out my post on how to get brighter smile.
Unfold your arms- I’m definitely guilty of this one. However, I have observed that folding arms, especially, when standing alone can make us appear uptight, self-conscious, closed. Sometimes, folding our arms is simply more comfortable. I do fold my arms especially when sitting because I’m fairly tall and desks and chairs are not ergonomically fitting for me. However, when I catch myself in the act, I make an effort to lower my arms.
I encourage you to put one or all three of these suggestions to the test, and report back your observations.
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