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Sunday, March 25, 2012

Sex hormone estrogen Make Women More Beautiful

Recent research reveals that women who have sex hormone estrogen to levels high enough to have a prettier face.
These findings make evolutionary makes sense. Men are more attracted to women who are infertile. This was stated by a team of researchers from the University of St Andrews in the Journal of the Royal Society.
It is said, the levels of estrogen during puberty can affect the appearance, especially through the growth of bone and skin texture.
But the mask make-up can make women less attractive actually become more attractive.
A team of psychologists at the Laboratory in this perception has been photographing the face of a woman aged about 59 between 18 and 25 years old and content-analyzed their sex hormone levels.
Then they asked 30 volunteers consisting of 15 men and 15 women to rate each face according to this woman.
Both male and female volunteers rated the faces of women with high levels of hormones that are even more physically attractive.
Faces tend to have classic features such as larger eyes and lips and nose and chin smaller.
However, when the women in the photographs were wearing make up, look found no relationship between attractiveness and estrogen.
The researchers believe that the make-up make the display changes. Head of the study, Miriam Law Smith, said: "Women are effectively advertising the general fertility with their faces."
"Make-up can change the look, and obviously it helps those who are less attractive more."
For example, eye make-up can be used to enlarge the eyes and the foundation can make skin look brighter.
"Our findings could explain why men universally seem to prefer feminine women's faces. In evolutionary terms, it makes sense for men to favor feminine fertile women - hence their baby will grow,"
Dr Tony Little, a lecturer at the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Liverpool, said: "It's a very interesting study."
"The findings make sense. Estrogen is clearly associated with fertility. Benefits to choosing particular types of women."
"The findings regarding the make-up is also interesting. Implication that women are employing a deceptive strategy. They can fool the male visual system with make-up."
He said his studies with co-worker Craig Roberts showed female attractiveness also fluctuated throughout the menstrual cycle, peaking on the days when the woman is fertile.
Source: BBC

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