Unlocking Your Charisma: 6 Powerful Habits to Boost Your Attractiveness

5 min readJul 1

6 Habits That Can Make You More Attractive

Habits. They can change our behavior, alter our interests, and improve certain skills with enough time and determination. Did you know that some habits might just make you more attractive to others? In this blog post, we’ll explore six habits that can make you attractive to others, backed by research and studies. So let’s dive in!

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1. Learning Something New

How often do you learn something new? The more knowledge you possess, the more intelligent you may seem to others, as they can learn quite a lot from you. A 2019 research study wanted to determine whether being smart is often seen as sexy. Researchers asked around 600 adults to rate a list of hypothetical people based on how desirable they were. The study found that there was a significant desire for a partner who was either as smart as them or even smarter. So, if there’s something you’ve always wanted to learn, go for it! Not only will you expand your horizons, but you might also increase your attractiveness.

2. Having an Androgynous Style and/or Androgynous Traits

According to a 1983 study conducted by Dr. Linda A. Jackson from Michigan State University, individuals with both feminine and masculine attributes were often rated as more attractive. The study states that androgynous persons were favorably perceived on gender-linked dimensions and sex-neutral desirable traits. They were regarded as better adjusted, more likable, and had an advantage in the occupational domain compared to masculine and feminine persons. Embracing both feminine and masculine qualities can make you more attractive in the eyes of others.

3. Often Leading in Groups

Do you want to be noticed by your crush or others? Well, if you want to be seen as more attractive, make it a habit to lead in groups. In a 2014 study, researchers found that subordinates rated their group leader as significantly more attractive than leaders outside their group. So, even if there is no formal group leader role, be more vocal about your ideas and teach others. Show them the great things you’ve learned and lead the way on your next date…


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