The ideal man who has a muscular body and is as wise as an elder and as brave as a warrior lives only in internet posts. Each woman has her own handsomeness criteria, but scientists keep trying to find the image of the ideal man.
Today is going to tell you about 11 features of a man’s attractiveness from a scientific point of view. Some of the facts are true, and some are just surprising.
11. Thick eyebrows and square chin
These are the main traits of masculine men. Women prefer men with these features when they look for a long-term relationship. We hope men aren’t going to dye their eyebrows as women do after reading this scientific statement.
Scientists conducted interesting research to learn how facial hair affects a man’s handsomeness. Women were invited to rate men with different facial hairstyles. There were clean-shaven men, men with light stubble, men with thick stubble (which appears on the 10th day), and men with thick beards. The women mostly liked the men with thick stubble because they associated them with maturity and masculinity.
Scientists showed women photos of men with and without facial scarring. Some women assumed that the scars were the result of violence (they were, in fact, Photoshopped). It seems that bullet wounds are more attractive than wounds from a bicycle fall.