What Looks Say About Lust

With sex, you never know what you'll get until it's too late - right? Wrong! You can find out if your lust object will be stellar - or insufferable - in the sack before you even say hello, if you know what to look for.

Hair Raising

In women especially, start at the top: hair. Long locks are usually seen as a sign of sex appeal, but they can also reveal a streak of high-maintenance. The more time she spends on her appearance, the more time she spends at everything. If you're not into hours of foreplay, look for the girl with fuss-free short tresses.

Face Value

Whether or not you choose to believe that cornball "eyes are the window to the soul" stuff, you can tell a lot about how a person thinks by how they look at you. Is she maintaining eye contact? She's probably self-assured, in and out of bed. Is he avoiding holding your gaze? He could be shy (and totally under your domination in the sack). Check out the mouth moves, too. Folks with an oral fixation - they're always smoking, drinking, chewing gum, or biting nails - will probably keep that mouth busy in bed, too, by talking dirty or nibbling on you.

Figure Figures

Some say there is evidence linking body shape to personality. Angular, athletic builds - mesomorphs-tend to be assertive, while curvier folks - endomorphs - are more compliant. Regardless of the particular shape, you'll want to spring on a partner with good muscle tone: Studies show that people who work out have higher sex drives. Sex hormones - especially testosterone - increase within an hour after a workout.

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Try These Pickup Lines

  • Congratulations! You've been voted "Most Beautiful Girl in This Room," and the grand prize is a night with me!
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