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In the Victorian era , a small waist was considered the main trait of a beautiful woman. Most men tend to be taller than their female partners.

Having said this, height is a more important factor for a woman when choosing a man than it is for a man choosing a woman. In Middle English literature, 'tallness' is a characteristic of ideally beautiful women.

A study by Swami et al. Marco Bertamini criticized the Swami et al. Using this data, he similarly found that men usually have slightly proportionately longer legs than women or that differences in leg length proportion may not exist between men and women.

These findings made him rule out the possibility that a preference for women with proportionately longer legs than men is due proportionately longer legs being a secondary sex characteristic of women.

According to some studies, most men prefer women with small feet, [] [] such as in ancient China where foot binding was practiced. In Jewish Rabbinic literature , the rabbis considered small feet to be the ideal type of feet for women.

Men have been found to prefer long-haired women. Hair therefore indicates health and nutrition during the last 2—3 years. Lustrous hair is also often a cross-cultural preference.

A component of the female beauty ideal in Persian literature is for women to have black hair, [] which was also preferred in Arabian society in the Middle Ages.

Evidence from various cultures suggests that heterosexual men tend to find the sight of women's genitalia to be sexually arousing. The way an individual moves can indicate health and even age and influence attractiveness.

Similarly, the perceived attractiveness of males doubled when they moved with a swagger in their shoulders.

A preference for lighter-skinned women has been documented across many cultures. Skin color preferences may shift over time, as in Western culture, where tanned skin used to be associated with the sun-exposed manual labor of the lower-class, but since the midth century it has generally been considered more attractive and healthier than before, with sun tanning becoming fashionable.

Skin radiance or glowing skin may influence perception of beauty and physical attractiveness. More recent research has suggested that redder and yellower skin tones [] , reflecting higher levels of oxygenated blood [] , carotenoid and to a lesser extent melanin pigment [] , and net dietary intakes of fruit and vegetables, appear healthier, and therefore more attractive.

There are some subtle changes in women's perceived attractiveness across the menstrual cycle. During their most fertile phase , we can observe some changes in women's behavior and physiology.

A study conducted by G. Miller examined the amount of tip earnings by lap dancers across the menstrual cycle. This suggests that women either are more attractive during ovulation phase, or they experience a significant change in their behavior.

Bobst and Lobmaier created 20 prototyped photographs, some of a female during ovulation and some during the luteal phase.

Men were asked to choose the more attractive, the more caring and the more flirtatious faces. They found a significant preference for the follicular phase ovulation.

This suggests that subtle shape differences in faces occurring during the female's ovulation phase are sufficient to attract men more.

Men and women had to judge photographs of women's faces taken during their fertile phase. They were all rated more attractive than during non-fertile phase.

They are some subtle visible cues to ovulation in women's faces, and they are perceived as more attractive, leading to the idea that it could be an adaptive mechanism to raise a female's mate value at that specific time when probability of conception is at its highest.

Women's attractiveness, as perceived by men and women, slightly differs across her menstrual cycle, being at peak when she is in her ovulation phase.

Jones et al. They explained that the function of the effects of menstrual cycle phase on preferences for apparent health and self-resemblance in faces is to increase the likelihood of pregnancy.

Similarly, female prefer the scent of symmetrical men and masculine faces during fertile phases as well as stereotypical male displays such as social presence, and direct intrasexual competitiveness.

During the follicular phase fertile , females prefer more male's traits testosterone dependent traits such as face shape than when in non-fertile phase.

But not only females' preferences vary across cycle, their behaviours as well. Effectively, men respond differently to females when they are on ovulatory cycle, [] because females act differently.

Women in the ovulatory phase are flirtier with males showing genetic fitness markers than in low fertile phase.

High estrogen level women may also be viewed as healthier or to have a more feminine face. Similarly, a study investigated the capacity of women to select high quality males based on their facial attractiveness.

They found that facial attractiveness correlated with semen quality good, normal, or bad depending on sperm morphology and motility. The more attractive a man's face is, linked to his sperm being of better quality.

Sexual ornaments are seen in many organisms; in humans, females have sexual ornamentation in the form of breasts and buttocks.

The physical attraction to sexual ornaments is associated with gynoid fat , as opposed to android fat , which is considered unattractive.

The activation of estrogen receptors around the female skeletal tissue causes gynoid fat to be deposited in the breasts, buttocks, hips and thighs, producing an overall typical female body shape.

Sexual ornaments are considered attractive features as they are thought to indicate high mate value, fertility, [] and the ability to provide good care to offspring.

They are sexually selected traits present for the purpose of honest signalling and capturing the visual attention of the opposite sex, most commonly associated with females capturing the visual attention of males.

It has been proposed that these ornaments have evolved in order to advertise personal quality and reproductive value. The evolution of these ornaments is also associated with female-female competition in order to gain material benefits provided by resourceful and high status males.

It is thought that this is associated with the long-term pair bonding humans engage in; human females engage in extended sexual activity outside of their fertile period.

In other animal species, even other primate species, these advertisements of reproductive value are not permanent.

Usually, it is the point at which the female is at her most fertile, she displays sexual swellings. Adolescence is the period of time whereby humans experience puberty , and experience anatomical changes to their bodies through the increase of sex hormones released in the body.

Adolescent exaggeration is the period of time at which sexual ornaments are maximised, and peak gynoid fat content is reached.

Female breasts develop at this stage not only to prepare for reproduction, but also due to competition with other females in displaying their reproductive value and quality to males.

For both men and women, there appear to be universal criteria of attractiveness both within and across cultures and ethnic groups.

Some evolutionary psychologists, including David Buss, have argued that this long-term relationship difference may be a consequence of ancestral humans who selected partners based on secondary sexual characteristics , as well as general indicators of fitness which allowed for greater reproductive success as a result of higher fertility in those partners, [] although a male's ability to provide resources for offspring was likely signaled less by physical features.

Studies have shown that women pay greater attention to physical traits than they do directly to earning capability or potential to commit, [] including muscularity, fitness and masculinity of features; the latter preference was observed to vary during a woman's period, with women preferring more masculine features during the late-follicular fertile phase of the menstrual cycle.

Heterosexual men were only aroused by women. This study verified arousal in the test subjects by connecting them to brain imaging devices.

Bonnie Adrian's book, Framing the Bride , discusses the emphasis Taiwanese brides place on physical attractiveness for their wedding photographs.

Globalization and western ideals of beauty have spread and have become more prevalent in Asian societies where brides go through hours of hair and makeup to "transform everyday women with their individual characteristics into generic look-alike beauties in three hours' time.

According to strategic pluralism theory, men may have correspondingly evolved to pursue reproductive strategies that are contingent on their own physical attractiveness.

More physically attractive men accrue reproductive benefits from spending more time seeking multiple mating partners and relatively less time investing in offspring.

In contrast, the reproductive effort of physically less attractive men, who therefore will not have the same mating opportunities, is better allocated either to investing heavily in accruing resources, or investing in their mates and offspring and spending relatively less time seeking additional mates.

Studies have suggested that people are generally attracted to people who look like them , [] and they generally evaluate faces that exhibit features of their own ethnic or racial group as being more attractive.

However, this effect can be reversed. This might depend on how attractiveness is conceptualized: similar members—compared to dissimilar ones—of the opposite sex are judged as more likable in a prosocial sense.

Findings are more ambiguous when looking for the desiring, pleasure related component of attractiveness. A study by R.

Hall in , which examined determinations of physical attractiveness by having subjects look at the faces of women, found that race was sometimes a factor in these evaluations.

Perceptions of physical attractiveness contribute to generalized assumptions based on those attractions. Individuals assume that when someone is beautiful, then they have many other positive attributes that make the attractive person more likeable.

This could lead to a self-fulfilling prophecy , as, from a young age, attractive people receive more attention that helps them develop these characteristics.

It was explained that people pay closer attention to those they find physically beautiful or attractive, and thus perceiving attractive individuals with greater distinctive accuracy.

The study believes this accuracy to be subjective to the eye of the beholder. Even though connections and confounds with other variables could not be excluded, the effects of attractiveness in this study were the same size as the ones for other demographic variables.

In developed western societies, women tend to be judged for their physical appearance over their other qualities and the pressure to engage in beauty work is much higher for women than men.

Beauty work is defined as various beauty "practices individuals perform on themselves or others to elicit certain benefits from a specific social hierarchy.

This phenomenon is called the " pink tax. However, attractiveness varies by society; in ancient China foot binding was practiced by confining young girls' feet in tightly bound shoes to prevent the feet from growing to normal size causing the women to have an attractive "lotus gait".

In England, women used to wear corsets that severely constricted their breathing in order to achieve a visual effect of an exaggeratedly low waist-to-hip ratio.

People make judgments of physical attractiveness based on what they see, but also on what they know about the person. Specifically, perceptions of beauty are malleable such that information about the person's personality traits can influence one's assessment of another person's physical beauty.

A study had participants first rate pictures for attractiveness. After doing distracting math problems, participants saw the pictures again, but with information about the person's personality.

When participants learned that a person had positive personality characteristics e. This was true for both females and males. A person may be perceived as being more attractive if they are seen as part of a group of friends, rather than alone, according to one study.

Physical attractiveness can have various effects. A survey conducted by London Guildhall University of 11, people showed that those who subjectively describe themselves as physically attractive earn more income than others who would describe themselves as less attractive.

According to further research done on the correlation between looks and earnings in men, the punishment for unattractiveness is greater than the benefits of being attractive.

However, in women the punishment is found to be equal to the benefits. Differences in income due to attractiveness was much more pronounced for men rather than women, and held true for all ranges of income.

One writer speculated that "the distress created in women by the spread of unattainable ideals of female beauty" might possibly be linked to increasing incidence of depression.

Many have asserted that certain advantages tend to come to those who are perceived as being more attractive, including the ability to get better jobs and promotions; receiving better treatment from authorities and the legal system ; having more choices in romantic or platonic partners and, therefore, more power in relationships; and marrying into families with more money.

Also, attractive individuals behave more positively than those who are unattractive. They also consider these students to be more popular.

This is also known as the halo effect. Research suggests that those who are physically attractive are thought to have more socially desirable personalities and lead better lives in general.

Some researchers conclude that little difference exists between men and women in terms of sexual behavior.

They are also prone to infidelity and are more likely to have open relationships. Therefore, their physical characteristics are most likely to be inherited by future generations.

Concern for improving physical attractiveness has led many persons to consider alternatives such as cosmetic surgery. It has led scientists working with related disciplines such as computer imaging and mathematics to conduct research to suggest ways to surgically alter the distances between facial features in order to make a face conform more closely to the "agreed-upon standards of attractiveness" of an ideal face by using algorithms to suggest an alternative which still resembles the current face.

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See also: Age disparity in sexual relationships. See also: Bodybuilding. See also: Cuteness and Averageness. See also: Breast fetishism. Main article: Cultural history of the buttocks.

Main article: Waist—hip ratio. See also: Sexual racism. This is almost the same as distance from the perineum but without the need to touch an intimate area.

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Studies suggest women are less attracted to men with asymmetrical faces, [62] and symmetrical faces correlate with long term mental performance [63] and are an indication that a man has experienced "fewer genetic and environmental disturbances such as diseases, toxins, malnutrition or genetic mutations" while growing.

Studies have also suggested that women at peak fertility were more likely to fantasize about men with greater facial symmetry, [64] and other studies have found that male symmetry was the only factor that could significantly predict the likelihood of a woman experiencing orgasm during sex.

Women with partners possessing greater symmetry reported significantly more copulatory female orgasms than were reported by women with partners possessing low symmetry, even with many potential confounding variables controlled.

It has been argued that masculine facial dimorphism in men and symmetry in faces are signals advertising genetic quality in potential mates.

They are also more likely to be prone to infidelity. Double-blind studies found that women prefer the scent of men who are rated as facially attractive.

Studies have explored the genetic basis behind such issues as facial symmetry and body scent and how they influence physical attraction.

In one study in which women wore men's T-shirts, researchers found that women were more attracted to the bodily scents in shirts of men who had a different type of gene section within the DNA called major histocompatibility complex MHC.

Women judge the faces of men who are heterozygous at all three MHC loci to be more attractive than the faces of men who are homozygous at one or more of these loci.

Additionally, a second experiment with genotyped women raters, found these preferences were independent of the degree of MHC similarity between the men and the female rater.

With MHC heterozygosity independently seen as a genetic advantage, the results suggest that facial attractiveness in men may be a measure of genetic quality.

A OkCupid study on , of its male and female dating site users found that women are, except those during their early to mid-twenties, open to relationships with both somewhat older and somewhat younger men; they have a larger potential dating pool than men until age At age 20, women, in a "dramatic change", begin sending private messages to significantly older men.

At age 29, they become "even more open to older men". Male desirability to women peaks in the late 20s and does not fall below the average for all men until For the Romans especially, "beardlessness" and "smooth young bodies" were considered beautiful to both men and women.

Today, men and women's attitudes towards male beauty has changed. For example, body hair on men may even be preferred see below. The study said that more feminine men tended to prefer relatively older men than themselves and more masculine men tended to prefer relatively younger men than themselves.

The physique of a slim waist, broad shoulders and muscular chest are often found to be attractive to both females and males.

Other researchers found waist-to-chest ratio the largest determinant of male attractiveness, with body mass index and waist-to-hip ratio not as significant.

Women focus primarily on the ratio waist to chest or more specifically waist to shoulder. This is analogous to the waist to hip ratio WHR that men prefer.

Key body image for a man in the eyes of a woman would include big shoulders, chest, and upper back, and a slim waist area.

The research also found that when a college female's waist to hip ratio went up, their body image satisfaction decreased.

Some research has shown that body weight may have a stronger effect than WHR when it comes to perceiving attractiveness of the opposite sex. It was found that waist to hip ratio played a smaller role in body preference than body weight in regards to both sexes.

Psychologists Viren Swami and Martin J. Tovee compared female preference for male attractiveness cross culturally, between Britain and Malaysia.

They found that females placed more importance on WCR and therefore body shape in urban areas of Britain and Malaysia, while females in rural areas placed more importance on BMI therefore weight and body size.

Females have been found to desire males that are normal weight and have the average WHR for a male. Females view these males as attractive and healthy.

Males who had the average WHR but were overweight or underweight are not perceived as attractive to females.

This suggests that WHR is not a major factor in male attractiveness, but a combination of body weight and a typical male WHR seem to be the most attractive.

Research has shown that men who have a higher waist to hip ratio and a higher salary are perceived as more attractive to women. A study found that an abdomen that protrudes was the "least attractive" trait for men.

In Middle English literature, a beautiful man should have a flat abdomen. Men's bodies portrayed in magazines marketed to men are more muscular than the men's bodies portrayed in magazines marketed to women.

From this, some have concluded that men perceive a more muscular male body to be ideal, as distinct from a woman's ideal male, which is less muscular than what men perceive to be ideal.

In a study of stated profile preferences on Match. In pre-modern Chinese literature, such as in Romance of the Western Chamber , a type of masculinity called "scholar masculinity" is depicted wherein the "ideal male lover" is "weak, vulnerable, feminine, and pedantic ".

In Middle English literature, a beautiful man typically has thick, broad shoulders, a square and muscular chest, a muscular back, strong sides that taper to a small waist, large hands and arms and legs with huge muscles.

A study, of 25, heterosexual men found that men who perceived themselves as having a large penis were more satisfied with their own appearance.

A study criticized previous studies based on the fact that they relied on images and used terms such as "small", "medium", and "large" when asking for female preference.

It was found that women overestimated the actual size of the penises they have experimented with when asked in a follow-up survey.

The study concluded that women on average preferred the 6. Penises with larger girth were preferred for one-time partners.

Females' sexual attraction towards males may be determined by the height of the man. Other studies have shown that heterosexual women often prefer men taller than they are rather than a man with above average height.

While women usually desire men to be at least the same height as themselves or taller, several other factors also determine male attractiveness, and the male-taller norm is not universal.

One study by Stulp found that "women were most likely to choose a speed-dater 25 cm taller than themselves.

Additionally, women seem more receptive to an erect posture than men, though both prefer it as an element within beauty. In romances in Middle English literature, all of the "ideal" male heroes are tall, and the vast majority of the "valiant" male heroes are tall too.

Studies based in the United States, New Zealand, and China have shown that women rate men with no trunk chest and abdominal hair as most attractive, and that attractiveness ratings decline as hairiness increases.

In a study using Finnish women, women with hairy fathers were more likely to prefer hairy men, suggesting that preference for hairy men is the result of either genetics or imprinting.

Manual laborers who spent extended periods of time outside developed a darker skin tone due to exposure to the sun. As a consequence, an association between dark skin and the lower classes developed.

Light skin became an aesthetic ideal because it symbolized wealth. Including assumptions about a person's race, socioeconomic class, intelligence, and physical attractiveness.

A scientific review published in , identified from a vast body of empirical research that skin colour as well as skin tone tend to be preferred as they act as indicators of good health.

More specifically, these indicators are thought to suggest to potential mates that the beholder has strong or good genes capable of fighting off disease.

More recent research has suggested that redder and yellower skin tones, [] reflecting higher levels of oxygenated blood, [] carotenoid and to a lesser extent melanin pigment, and net dietary intakes of fruit and vegetables, [] appear healthier, and therefore more attractive.

Research indicates that heterosexual men tend to be attracted to young [] and beautiful women [] with bodily symmetry.

Research has attempted to determine which facial features communicate attractiveness. Facial symmetry has been shown to be considered attractive in women, [] [] and men have been found to prefer full lips, [] high forehead, broad face, small chin, small nose, short and narrow jaw, high cheekbones, [62] [] clear and smooth skin, and wide-set eyes.

The explanation given is that because the ring tends to fade with age and medical problems, a prominent limbal ring gives an honest indicator of youth.

In Persian literature, beautiful women are said to have noses like hazelnuts. In a cross-cultural study, more neotenized i.

In a cross-cultural study, Marcinkowska et al. The higher the National Health Index of a country, the more were the feminized faces preferred over the masculinized faces.

Among the countries surveyed, Japan had the highest femininity preference and Nepal had the lowest femininity preference. Michael R. Cunningham of the Department of Psychology at the University of Louisville found, using a panel of East Asian , Hispanic and White judges, that the Asian, Hispanic and White female faces found most attractive were those that had "neonate large eyes, greater distance between eyes, and small noses" [] and his study led him to conclude that "large eyes" were the most "effective" of the "neonate cues".

In computer face averaging tests, women with averaged faces have been shown to be considered more attractive. Commenting on the prevalence of whiteness in supposed beauty ideals in his book White Lies: Race and the Myth of Whiteness , Maurice Berger states that the schematic rendering in the idealized face of a study conducted with American subjects had "straight hair," "light skin," "almond-shaped eyes," "thin, arched eyebrows," "a long, thin nose, closely set and tiny nostrils" and "a large mouth and thin lips", [] though the author of the study stated that there was consistency between his results and those conducted on other races.

Scholar Liu Jieyu says in the article White Collar Beauties , "The criterion of beauty is both arbitrary and gendered.

The implicit consensus is that women who have fair skin and a slim figure with symmetrical facial features are pretty. One psychologist speculated there were two opposing principles of female beauty: prettiness and rarity.

So on average, symmetrical features are one ideal, while unusual, stand-out features are another. However, that particular University of Toronto study looked only at white women.

A study that used Chinese, Malay and Indian judges said that Chinese women with orthognathism where the mouth is flat and in-line with the rest of the face were judged to be the most attractive and Chinese women with a protruding mandible where the jaw projects outward were judged to be the least attractive.

A study, by Wilkins, Chan and Kaiser found correlations between perceived femininity and attractiveness, that is, women's faces which were seen as more feminine were judged by both men and women to be more attractive.

A component of the female beauty ideal in Persian literature is for women to have faces like a full moon. In Arabian society in the Middle Ages, a component of the female beauty ideal was for women to have round faces which were like a "full moon".

In Japan, during the Edo period , a component of the female beauty ideal was for women to have long and narrow faces which were shaped like ovals.

In Jewish Rabbinic literature , the rabbis considered full lips to be the ideal type of lips for women. Historically, in Chinese and Japanese literature, the feminine ideal was said to include small lips.

Classical Persian literature, paintings, and miniatures portrayed traits such as long black curly hair, a small mouth, long arched eyebrows, large almond shaped eyes, a small nose, and beauty spots as being beautiful for women.

Through the East Asian blepharoplasty cosmetic surgery procedure, Asian women can permanently alter the structure of their eyelid.

Some people have argued that this alteration is done to resemble the structure of a Western eyelid [] while other people have argued that this is generally done solely to emulate the appearance of naturally occurring Asian double eyelids.

A study that investigated whether or not an eyelid crease makes Chinese-descent women more attractive using photo-manipulated photographs of young Chinese-descent women's eyes found that the "medium upper eyelid crease" was considered most attractive by all three groups of both sexes: white people, Chinese and Taiwanese nationals together as a group, and Taiwanese and Chinese Americans together as a group.

Similarly, all three groups of both genders found the absence of an eye crease to be least attractive on Chinese women.

In the late sixteenth century, Japanese people considered epicanthic folds to be beautiful. In Arabian society in the Middle Ages, a component of the female beauty ideal was for women to have dark black eyes which are large and long and in the shape of almonds.

Furthermore, the eyes should be lustrous, and they should have long eyelashes. A source written in , said that a component of the Persian female beauty ideal was for women to have large eyes which are black in color.

Cross-cultural data shows that the reproductive success of women is tied to their youth and physical attractiveness [] such as the pre-industrial Sami where the most reproductively successful women were 15 years younger than their man.

As men age, they tend to seek a mate who is ever younger. After age 26, men have a larger potential dating pool than women on the site; and by age 48, their pool is almost twice as large.

The median year-old male user searches for women aged 22 to 35, while the median year-old male searches for women 27 to The age skew is even greater with messages to other users; the median year-old male messages teenage girls as often as women his own age, while mostly ignoring women a few years older than him.

That's why most of the models you see in magazines are teenagers". Pheromones detected by female hormone markers reflects female fertility and the reproductive value mean.

However, the study sets up a framework where "taboos against sex with young girls" are purposely diminished, and biased their sample by removing any participant over the age of 30, with a mean participant age of Signals of fertility in women are often also seen as signals of youth.

The evolutionary perspective proposes the idea that when it comes to sexual reproduction, the minimal parental investment required by men gives them the ability and want to simply reproduce 'as much as possible.

This may explain why combating age declines in attractiveness occurs from a younger age in women than in men. For example, the removal of one's body hair is considered a very feminine thing to do.

Shaving reverts one's appearance to a more youthful stage [] and although this may not be an honest signal, men will interpret this as a reflection of increased fertile value.

Research supports this, showing hairlessness to considered sexually attractive by men. Research has shown that most heterosexual men enjoy the sight of female breasts , [] with a preference for large, firm breasts.

A study by Groyecka et al. These findings are coherent with previous research that link breast attractiveness with female youthfulness.

Unlike breast size, breast ptosis seems to be a universal marker of female breast attractiveness. A study showed that men prefer symmetrical breasts.

Women who have more symmetrical breasts tend to have more children. Historical literature often includes specific features of individuals or a gender that are considered desirable.

These have often become a matter of convention, and should be interpreted with caution. In Arabian society in the Middle Ages, a component of the female beauty ideal was for women to have small breasts.

Biological anthropologist Helen E. Fisher of the Center for Human Evolution Studies in the Department of Anthropology of Rutgers University said that, "perhaps, the fleshy, rounded buttocks Low et al.

Caro , professor in the Center for Population Biology and the Department of Wildlife, Fish, and Conservation Biology, at University of California, Davis , rejected that as being a necessary conclusion, stating that female fatty deposits on the hips improve "individual fitness of the female", regardless of sexual selection.

In a study, black men were more likely than white men to use the words "big" or "large" to describe their conception of an attractive woman's posterior.

Availability of food influences which female body size is attractive which may have evolutionary reasons.

Societies with food scarcities prefer larger female body size than societies that have plenty of food. In Western society males who are hungry prefer a larger female body size than they do when not hungry.

BMI has been criticised for conflating fat and muscle, and more recent studies have concentrated on body composition.

Among Australian university students, the most attractive body composition for women In the United States, women overestimate men's preferences for thinness in a mate.

In one study, American women were asked to choose what their ideal build was and what they thought the build most attractive to men was. Women chose slimmer than average figures for both choices.

When American men were independently asked to choose the female build most attractive to them, the men chose figures of average build. This indicates that women may be misled as to how thin men prefer women to be.

East Asians have historically preferred women whose bodies had small features. For example, during the Spring and Autumn period of Chinese history, women in Chinese harems wanted to have a thin body in order to be attractive for the Chinese emperor.

Later, during the Tang Dynasty , a less thin body type was seen as most attractive for Chinese women. In the Victorian era , women who adhered to Victorian ideals were expected to limit their food consumption to attain the ideal slim figure.

A WHR of 0. Women within the 0. Both men and women judge women with smaller waist-to-hip ratios more attractive. In the Victorian era , a small waist was considered the main trait of a beautiful woman.

Most men tend to be taller than their female partners. Having said this, height is a more important factor for a woman when choosing a man than it is for a man choosing a woman.

In Middle English literature, 'tallness' is a characteristic of ideally beautiful women. A study by Swami et al.

Marco Bertamini criticized the Swami et al. Using this data, he similarly found that men usually have slightly proportionately longer legs than women or that differences in leg length proportion may not exist between men and women.

These findings made him rule out the possibility that a preference for women with proportionately longer legs than men is due proportionately longer legs being a secondary sex characteristic of women.

According to some studies, most men prefer women with small feet, [] [] such as in ancient China where foot binding was practiced.

In Jewish Rabbinic literature , the rabbis considered small feet to be the ideal type of feet for women. Men have been found to prefer long-haired women.

Hair therefore indicates health and nutrition during the last 2—3 years. Lustrous hair is also often a cross-cultural preference.

A component of the female beauty ideal in Persian literature is for women to have black hair, [] which was also preferred in Arabian society in the Middle Ages.

Evidence from various cultures suggests that heterosexual men tend to find the sight of women's genitalia to be sexually arousing.

The way an individual moves can indicate health and even age and influence attractiveness. Similarly, the perceived attractiveness of males doubled when they moved with a swagger in their shoulders.

A preference for lighter-skinned women has been documented across many cultures. Skin color preferences may shift over time, as in Western culture, where tanned skin used to be associated with the sun-exposed manual labor of the lower-class, but since the midth century it has generally been considered more attractive and healthier than before, with sun tanning becoming fashionable.

Skin radiance or glowing skin may influence perception of beauty and physical attractiveness. More recent research has suggested that redder and yellower skin tones [] , reflecting higher levels of oxygenated blood [] , carotenoid and to a lesser extent melanin pigment [] , and net dietary intakes of fruit and vegetables, appear healthier, and therefore more attractive.

There are some subtle changes in women's perceived attractiveness across the menstrual cycle. During their most fertile phase , we can observe some changes in women's behavior and physiology.

A study conducted by G. Miller examined the amount of tip earnings by lap dancers across the menstrual cycle. This suggests that women either are more attractive during ovulation phase, or they experience a significant change in their behavior.

Bobst and Lobmaier created 20 prototyped photographs, some of a female during ovulation and some during the luteal phase. Men were asked to choose the more attractive, the more caring and the more flirtatious faces.

They found a significant preference for the follicular phase ovulation. This suggests that subtle shape differences in faces occurring during the female's ovulation phase are sufficient to attract men more.

Men and women had to judge photographs of women's faces taken during their fertile phase. They were all rated more attractive than during non-fertile phase.

They are some subtle visible cues to ovulation in women's faces, and they are perceived as more attractive, leading to the idea that it could be an adaptive mechanism to raise a female's mate value at that specific time when probability of conception is at its highest.

Women's attractiveness, as perceived by men and women, slightly differs across her menstrual cycle, being at peak when she is in her ovulation phase.

Jones et al. They explained that the function of the effects of menstrual cycle phase on preferences for apparent health and self-resemblance in faces is to increase the likelihood of pregnancy.

Similarly, female prefer the scent of symmetrical men and masculine faces during fertile phases as well as stereotypical male displays such as social presence, and direct intrasexual competitiveness.

During the follicular phase fertile , females prefer more male's traits testosterone dependent traits such as face shape than when in non-fertile phase.

But not only females' preferences vary across cycle, their behaviours as well. Effectively, men respond differently to females when they are on ovulatory cycle, [] because females act differently.

Women in the ovulatory phase are flirtier with males showing genetic fitness markers than in low fertile phase.

High estrogen level women may also be viewed as healthier or to have a more feminine face. Similarly, a study investigated the capacity of women to select high quality males based on their facial attractiveness.

They found that facial attractiveness correlated with semen quality good, normal, or bad depending on sperm morphology and motility. The more attractive a man's face is, linked to his sperm being of better quality.

Sexual ornaments are seen in many organisms; in humans, females have sexual ornamentation in the form of breasts and buttocks.

The physical attraction to sexual ornaments is associated with gynoid fat , as opposed to android fat , which is considered unattractive. The activation of estrogen receptors around the female skeletal tissue causes gynoid fat to be deposited in the breasts, buttocks, hips and thighs, producing an overall typical female body shape.

Sexual ornaments are considered attractive features as they are thought to indicate high mate value, fertility, [] and the ability to provide good care to offspring.

They are sexually selected traits present for the purpose of honest signalling and capturing the visual attention of the opposite sex, most commonly associated with females capturing the visual attention of males.

It has been proposed that these ornaments have evolved in order to advertise personal quality and reproductive value. The evolution of these ornaments is also associated with female-female competition in order to gain material benefits provided by resourceful and high status males.

It is thought that this is associated with the long-term pair bonding humans engage in; human females engage in extended sexual activity outside of their fertile period.

In other animal species, even other primate species, these advertisements of reproductive value are not permanent. Usually, it is the point at which the female is at her most fertile, she displays sexual swellings.

Adolescence is the period of time whereby humans experience puberty , and experience anatomical changes to their bodies through the increase of sex hormones released in the body.

Adolescent exaggeration is the period of time at which sexual ornaments are maximised, and peak gynoid fat content is reached.

Female breasts develop at this stage not only to prepare for reproduction, but also due to competition with other females in displaying their reproductive value and quality to males.

For both men and women, there appear to be universal criteria of attractiveness both within and across cultures and ethnic groups.

Some evolutionary psychologists, including David Buss, have argued that this long-term relationship difference may be a consequence of ancestral humans who selected partners based on secondary sexual characteristics , as well as general indicators of fitness which allowed for greater reproductive success as a result of higher fertility in those partners, [] although a male's ability to provide resources for offspring was likely signaled less by physical features.

Studies have shown that women pay greater attention to physical traits than they do directly to earning capability or potential to commit, [] including muscularity, fitness and masculinity of features; the latter preference was observed to vary during a woman's period, with women preferring more masculine features during the late-follicular fertile phase of the menstrual cycle.

Heterosexual men were only aroused by women. This study verified arousal in the test subjects by connecting them to brain imaging devices.

Bonnie Adrian's book, Framing the Bride , discusses the emphasis Taiwanese brides place on physical attractiveness for their wedding photographs.

Globalization and western ideals of beauty have spread and have become more prevalent in Asian societies where brides go through hours of hair and makeup to "transform everyday women with their individual characteristics into generic look-alike beauties in three hours' time.

According to strategic pluralism theory, men may have correspondingly evolved to pursue reproductive strategies that are contingent on their own physical attractiveness.

More physically attractive men accrue reproductive benefits from spending more time seeking multiple mating partners and relatively less time investing in offspring.

In contrast, the reproductive effort of physically less attractive men, who therefore will not have the same mating opportunities, is better allocated either to investing heavily in accruing resources, or investing in their mates and offspring and spending relatively less time seeking additional mates.

Studies have suggested that people are generally attracted to people who look like them , [] and they generally evaluate faces that exhibit features of their own ethnic or racial group as being more attractive.

However, this effect can be reversed. This might depend on how attractiveness is conceptualized: similar members—compared to dissimilar ones—of the opposite sex are judged as more likable in a prosocial sense.

Findings are more ambiguous when looking for the desiring, pleasure related component of attractiveness. A study by R. Hall in , which examined determinations of physical attractiveness by having subjects look at the faces of women, found that race was sometimes a factor in these evaluations.

Perceptions of physical attractiveness contribute to generalized assumptions based on those attractions. Individuals assume that when someone is beautiful, then they have many other positive attributes that make the attractive person more likeable.

This could lead to a self-fulfilling prophecy , as, from a young age, attractive people receive more attention that helps them develop these characteristics.

It was explained that people pay closer attention to those they find physically beautiful or attractive, and thus perceiving attractive individuals with greater distinctive accuracy.

The study believes this accuracy to be subjective to the eye of the beholder. Even though connections and confounds with other variables could not be excluded, the effects of attractiveness in this study were the same size as the ones for other demographic variables.

In developed western societies, women tend to be judged for their physical appearance over their other qualities and the pressure to engage in beauty work is much higher for women than men.

Beauty work is defined as various beauty "practices individuals perform on themselves or others to elicit certain benefits from a specific social hierarchy.

This phenomenon is called the " pink tax. However, attractiveness varies by society; in ancient China foot binding was practiced by confining young girls' feet in tightly bound shoes to prevent the feet from growing to normal size causing the women to have an attractive "lotus gait".

In England, women used to wear corsets that severely constricted their breathing in order to achieve a visual effect of an exaggeratedly low waist-to-hip ratio.

People make judgments of physical attractiveness based on what they see, but also on what they know about the person. Specifically, perceptions of beauty are malleable such that information about the person's personality traits can influence one's assessment of another person's physical beauty.

A study had participants first rate pictures for attractiveness. After doing distracting math problems, participants saw the pictures again, but with information about the person's personality.

When participants learned that a person had positive personality characteristics e. This was true for both females and males. A person may be perceived as being more attractive if they are seen as part of a group of friends, rather than alone, according to one study.

Physical attractiveness can have various effects. A survey conducted by London Guildhall University of 11, people showed that those who subjectively describe themselves as physically attractive earn more income than others who would describe themselves as less attractive.

According to further research done on the correlation between looks and earnings in men, the punishment for unattractiveness is greater than the benefits of being attractive.

However, in women the punishment is found to be equal to the benefits. Differences in income due to attractiveness was much more pronounced for men rather than women, and held true for all ranges of income.

One writer speculated that "the distress created in women by the spread of unattainable ideals of female beauty" might possibly be linked to increasing incidence of depression.

Many have asserted that certain advantages tend to come to those who are perceived as being more attractive, including the ability to get better jobs and promotions; receiving better treatment from authorities and the legal system ; having more choices in romantic or platonic partners and, therefore, more power in relationships; and marrying into families with more money.

Also, attractive individuals behave more positively than those who are unattractive. They also consider these students to be more popular.

This is also known as the halo effect. Research suggests that those who are physically attractive are thought to have more socially desirable personalities and lead better lives in general.

Some researchers conclude that little difference exists between men and women in terms of sexual behavior. They are also prone to infidelity and are more likely to have open relationships.

Therefore, their physical characteristics are most likely to be inherited by future generations. Concern for improving physical attractiveness has led many persons to consider alternatives such as cosmetic surgery.

It has led scientists working with related disciplines such as computer imaging and mathematics to conduct research to suggest ways to surgically alter the distances between facial features in order to make a face conform more closely to the "agreed-upon standards of attractiveness" of an ideal face by using algorithms to suggest an alternative which still resembles the current face.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Degree to which a person's physical traits are considered aesthetically pleasing or beautiful.

Venus de Milo at the Louvre has been described as a "classical vision of beauty". Main article: Sexual dimorphism. Main article: Body odor.

See also: Heterozygote advantage and Major histocompatibility complex and sexual selection. See also: Age disparity in sexual relationships.

See also: Bodybuilding. See also: Cuteness and Averageness. See also: Breast fetishism. Main article: Cultural history of the buttocks. Main article: Waist—hip ratio.

See also: Sexual racism. This is almost the same as distance from the perineum but without the need to touch an intimate area.

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