The more intelligent a person is, the more he overanalyzes himself to the point of killing his confidence.
When confidence is gone and intelligence is relatively high, the attractiveness curve dips to its lowest point at full â€œnerdiness.â€ If you are reading this article, my guess is that you are an intelligent person and at this point, youâ€™re either offended or depressed. In my model, the most attractive people of all are also the most intelligent.
Others have complex theories about the spacing of features.
Science aside, most people agree to some extent on what makes someone physically attractive.
It seems like most men look for a woman to help them "feel like a man," and women look for men to help them feel beautiful.
Lately, I've been looking for a woman for a different reason: I'd like to find a woman who enlightens me.
But I also make an effort to be able to talk about stuff my guy friends don't talk about, like cooking, pop culture, fashion.
I guess it's tough to find a hot girl who can not only handle my weird "boy" subjects but keep up and contribute.
While physical and biological attractiveness are hard to change, you can actually do something about spiritual attractiveness.
Over years of observing the opposite sex, Iâ€™ve picked up on a few interesting tendencies in dating that hold true on average.
In other words, someone like me who is not confident in his looks better have a darn good personality. Hot people can, and maybe they don't have as much need to develop their personality.
I may be shallow because I only date women who are physically attractive to me, but I don't particularly enjoy making out with a hot girl who has no personality.
Some people are better at creating it than others, The type of attractiveness that transcends physical or biological attractiveness is what I call spiritual attractiveness.