Men love women’s lips

Whilst most women flutter their eyelashes or give a sexy flick of their hair to catch a man’s eye, new research suggests the best way to grab their attention is to perfect a sexy pout.

The study revealed that it’s not a woman’s curves which hold a man’s gaze but in actual fact their perfect pout. The researchers discovered that men find lips to be the most attractive part of a woman’s body, especially if they are covered in daring red lipstick.

Scientists discovered that 10 seconds after meeting a lady for the first time, the average man will spend more than half his time looking at her mouth and if she applies lipstick he will find it near impossible to look away.

A dash of pink lipstick will hold a man’s attention for 6.7 seconds while a saucy shade of red will keep his interest for 7.3 seconds.

And it seems that a full firm pout is the favoured lip shape for men but thinner lips increased in appeal by 40 per cent once lipstick had been applied.

Those who are looking to brighten their smile or gain a more shapely pout can come to The Hospital Group who offer a whole range of procedures for people who are unhappy with their appearance.

David Ross, Chief Executive of The Hospital Group said: “Lips are an important feature that are always on display. For this reason some women can feel self conscious about their lips, feeling they are too thin or lack shape.

“The Hospital Group offer a number of procedures, such as Juvederm facial fillers, to help women shape up and get confident. Fillers are a great way to keep skin looking youthful and plumped up. They can help fill in lines and creases around the mouth as well as helping to create a pretty pout.

“The Hospital Group also have a variety of other procedures to help people get back their confidence including BOTOX™ to give a more youthful appearance or liposuction to get a more shapely figure.

“With The Hospital Group’s expert advice and procedures, people can be assured of a safe, dependable solution to their body woes.”


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