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    The Most Attractive Facial Feature On Women

    What men look at most in the first 10 seconds of looking at a woman.

    The lips are the most attractive facial feature on women, according to a survey.

    In the first 10 seconds of meeting a women, on average, a man will spend around half that time looking at her lips.

    If the woman is wearing lipstick then it attracts men’s attention even more.

    Men fixated on pink lipstick for 6.7 seconds on average out of the first 10, and for 7.3 for red lipstick.

    When women wore lipstick men only devoted 0.95 seconds, on average, to looking at her eyes and 0.85 seconds looking at her hair.

    Naturally, fuller lips were found to attract the male eye for longer.

    Researchers at Manchester University carried out the study.

    It involved showing 50 men pictures of various different women.

    They were shown with and without lipstick

    Dr Geoff Beattie, who led the research, said:

    “This study proves that lips represent one of the most sensual aspects of a woman’s body and play a critical role in human sexual attraction.

    Full and red lips combined deliver the perfect pout to achieve male fixation, but women who simply wear lipstick – regardless of their lip type – secure significantly greater levels of attraction than those who do not.

    For centuries, women have painted their lips red to enhance their appeal, with this practice dating back as far as the Ancient Egyptians who commonly used red lipstick and rouge to enhance their attractiveness.

    The research suggests that red lips and perceived attractiveness are still inextricably linked, with red lipstick proving to be the most powerful attractor and significantly increasing visual fixation.”
    https://www.spring.org.uk/2017/06/th...e-on-women.php

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    Nay, It's the eyes not lips! As with anybody looking into someone's eyes tells you the type of person they are.
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    Depends , I think.

    To look at lips could be associated to look at where the sound comes from.
    And in a conversation the sound comes from the mouth.

    Lipsticks increase the visuallity because though there are faint colours available,
    most lipstick colours are strong colours.
    And wet colours appear usually stronger and darker than dry colours.
    The spit may even add some glitter brightness.


    Extreme appearances stick in the mind.


    Though a conversation may have lasted just 10 seconds and the male technically may have looked
    9 seconds on the top of the head and hair, because he is usually taller than the female,
    he may remember a few days later being asked just the lips because of these being pimped up.

    Most hair colourations do not add some fancyness, except unusual colourations like pink, green and blue.


    So a never-ending circle is created : Women paint their lips and therefore men remember lips.

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