A Grooming Tip You Will Find Really Interesting
One thing a lot of guys ask me is if growing a beard or having a stubble will affect their chances of attracting women.
Well, I’ve always had my opinions and theories about this, but when I stumbled upon a very interesting article the other day, I finally got some proof to back up my theories…
So… The next time you’re planning to get the job done with your trusty razor and shaving cream, think about this… Most women, assuming you can grow a full beard, find a bit of stubble sexier than having a clean-shaven face.
Let me explain what I mean…
The belief that women prefer guys who keep their faces smooth and suave Is not necessarily true.
Now while you may have been told that shaving is one grooming necessity you should always have on your checklist just like taking a shower and brushing your teeth, it seems that women like men who prefer to put on a light stubble better.
And this theory has science backing it up.
Researchers from the University of New South Wales found out in a recent study that women were more attracted to men who are sporting light stubbles.
And if you’re really curious, it’s the kind of stubble you get when you don’t shave for 8 or 9 days.
The study basically involved showing women pictures of guys with varying facial hair lengths, ranging from completely shaven, light stubble, heavy stubble and full beard. According to the data they’ve gathered during this socio-sexual study of the implications of facial hair, the majority of female respondents expressed that they thought the men with light stubble were more attractive than the others.
The study’s participants also emphasized that besides looking sexier compared to the other men, guys who had light stubble also appeared healthier, more emotionally-balanced and had a mysterious flair about them that made women want to socialize with them.
And just to top the whole thing off, women thought men who had light stubble were also better in bed.
What’s even more interesting about this study is the researchers from the University of New South Wales also discovered that women seemed to relate the maturity of a man with his degree of facial hair.
They viewed men with clean-shaven faces as playful and were more prone to silliness, while they see guys with full beards as the most reliable when it comes to parenting ability.
That basically puts men with light stubble in the middle, which makes them just right in a woman’s book.