But could wearing the color of passion in an online dating profile photograph increase a woman's chances of being contacted by a would-be suitor?
Throughout myths and culture, blushing shades of scarlet have enjoyed a strong association with the romantic realm. But its seeming ability to make men more desirous of women who don the color may have its roots in our evolutionary past.
And the best part is that you can do it easily and effortlessly by being yourself -- and NOT shaping yourself into someone you're not... Here's the hidden key to reeling them in: Younger women want to be enraptured by a man.
They may not admit it openly, but they want to be lured, finessed, bewitched, possessed and seduced by a man -- and they don't mind surrendering to his siren maneuverings and be rendered powerless by him.
even though it seems like the right thing to do at the time!
majority of men still have the mistaken notion that splashing out on fancy dinners, expensive gifts, holidays, showing how "rich" and "powerful" they are; basically any act of impressing her with wealth and status would do the trick.
Here's the bottom line: These women frequently brings out the best in a man as they inevitably make you feel younger, more vital, more focused; brimming with confidence and attracting even more "success" as you pursue other goals in life and achieving total personal fulfillment along the way.
They suddenly think they're "too old." They'll feel strange, uncomfortable... And as much as they try to ignore it, there's always that constant nagging, lingering feeling that "something's just not right." Maybe they feel they're not "hip" or "cool" enough to keep up and date these sweet young things. It's not as complicated as most guys make it to be.
As such, Nicolas Gueguen and Celine Jacob of the Universite´ de Bretagne-Sud wanted to investigate whether the same effect would translate in a more static experimental condition.
The major difference here is that an internet relationship is sustained via computer or online service, and the individuals in the relationship may or may not ever meet each other in person.
Otherwise, the term is quite broad and can include relationships based upon text, video, audio, or even virtual character.
This relationship can be between people in different regions, different countries, different sides of the world, or even people who reside in the same area but do not communicate in person. Michael Jaffe, author of Gender, Pseudonyms, and CMC: Masking Identities and Baring Souls, "the Internet was originally established to expedite communication between governmental scientists and defense experts, and was not at all intended to be the popular 'interpersonal mass medium' it has become", yet new and revolutionary devices enabling the mass public to communicate online are constantly being developed and released.
Rather than having many devices for different uses and ways of interacting, communicating online is more accessible and cheaper by having an Internet function built into one device, such as mobile phones, tablets, laptops, and smartphones.