New research shows that how we tilt our head can play a big role in how attractive we are to the opposite sex. The study, published in the latest issue of Evolutionary Psychology tested whether the angle people viewed each other from was a factor in determining masculinity, femininity and attractiveness. Men, usually taller than women, view a woman’s face from above, and women view men’s faces from below. The research found that female faces are judged to be more feminine and attractive when tilted forwards – slightly tipping their chins down – and less feminine when tilted backwards. The opposite was true for men.
essentially if you actually look at what you want then you won’t get it.