Red for Valentine's Day? Red has the power to make you more attractive.

How to Get a Man or Woman Attracted with Color

How can I find love with color symbolism?
Published on October 19, 2011 by Jeremy Nicholson, M.S.W., Ph.D. in The Attraction Doctor
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Sometimes it can be hard to find love and get a man or woman to notice you. Creating attraction, passion, and finding the right chemistry can be challenging too. Other times, however, to find a love just requires the right color symbolism in your wardrobe. It requires taking a cue from our primal nature – and using the color of love!

Psychological Effects of The Color Red

You probably won’t be surprised to hear that red is the color of love. Red is the color of Cupid’s arrows, used for valentines notes, and romantic hearts. However, the profound effect that this color has on the attraction of both men and women may just cause you to rethink its persuasive appeal. It may have you changing your attire as well!
For starters, Kayser, Elliot, and Feltman (2010) evaluated the effect of women wearing red on the feelings and behavior of men. In two experiments, men were asked to interact with women wearing a red shirt, or one of another color (green or blue). Men talking with women in red asked more intimate questions and sat closer. Overall, women wearing red were more sought-after and seen as more attractive too.

http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-attraction-doctor/201110/how-get-man-or-woman-attracted-color

Click above link to read the rest of the article from Psychology Today.  Sometimes a little RED goes a long way..

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