A new study done by popcorn makers, Butterkist, found that most men find that the attractiveness of a woman is directly proportional to how good her body looks. It would than stand to reason that a woman could become more attractive to a man through plastics surgery.
Butterkist’s study included 4,000 adults who rated what they found attractive in the opposite sex. A spokesperson for the study said that the purpose of the study was to determine what made a man irresistible to a woman and vice versa. At the top of the women’s list were nice smiles and a sense of humor. Men however rated sense of humor third, with a great body as their number one choice.
With the amount of emphasis that men put on a woman’s appearance it might indeed be accurate to say that plastic surgery can make a woman irresistible to the opposite sex. Cosmetic procedures are now available to change most any part of the body. If she thinks her nose is too big it can be made smaller. If her love handles are too big they can be removed. Chunky thighs can be made sleek and scrawny butts can be made plumper. Breast augmentation is still the most popular plastic surgery and it seems that there is a good reason for that, since men rated cleavage as their number two most attractive thing about a woman.
When a woman feels confident with the way her body looks she then projects this confidence, when in the presence of the opposite sex. Men will notice the contours of a sleek body that has curves in the right places. Most women do not feel that they have been naturally blessed with these features, so they turn to plastic surgery. The cosmetic procedures available today can create such a natural look that most men would be unable to tell that such work was done.
The study showed that women place much less importance to a man’s body as too his personality. This fact has not however kept men from putting more emphasis on their appearance. The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons reported that last year the number of men undergoing cosmetic procedures in UK rose twenty-one percent.