Mimic the natural beauty of a woman in love.
When you're swooning over your new love interest, wearing a perma-grin as cartoon-like hearts float all around you, you positively glow. There's a reason: Love looks good on you.
When you're falling madly in love, your brain releases dopamine as well as other chemicals that give you energy and focus, explains Helen Fisher, Ph.D., a biological anthropologist at Rutgers University and author of five books on love.
"Your energy skyrockets, you're curious, optimistic, motivated and focused," she says. "And this affects your entire body language: you smile, swish your hair, stand taller and your voice goes up-all of this makes you more attractive."
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But it's not just romance that boosts your looks in a heartbeat. According to Gloria Brame, Ph.D., a Georgia-based sexologist and author of "The Truth about Sex," having sex, or rather, having an orgasm, will do more for your complexion than any product you'll find on Sephora's shelves. "It'sRead More »from How to Look like You're in Love