9. “Wrong” smell
Body odor may play an important role when it comes to a potential long-term relationship. No, it’s not about perfume. The way a person smells depends on the genes that are responsible for their immune system. Of course, people don’t smell each other when they first meet but we subconsciously choose a person who smells “healthy.” Women are experts in this realm: they’re able to identify a partner with a “suitable” DNA that will contribute to the health of their children in the future.
8. Teeth problems
Healthy teeth and oral hygiene play a huge part in deciding whether you’re going to have a date or not. Internet users think that teeth issues can push a person away, even if everything else about you attracts them.
7. Poor manners
Bad table manners may mean that you won’t have a second chance. People think that noisy eating is one of the most disgusting habits. Answering phone calls and eating from your date’s plate are also blacklisted. Additionally, if you take a person to a fast food restaurant on a date or order dishes with a lot of garlic, you’re likely to fail.
6. Gothic paleness
Our skin tone also influences our appearance. Scientists have found out that a yellowish pigment in our skin tone makes us look more attractive. The thing is, melanin and carotenoids responsible for skin coloration are responsible for the immune system as well. People unknowingly look for a healthy partner, which is why pale skin pushes them away.
Here’s some good news: you don’t have to spend hours at the beach to be more attractive. Eat morevegetables and fruits, especially those that contain a large amount of carotenoids like carrots, tomatoes, apricots, or mangoes.