4. The wrong scent
A study conducted in 2006 showed that couples who have a similar genetic scent are less attractive to each other while another study claimed that those who have a genetic scent that’s quite different from one another also tend to be less attracted to each other. Going on this information, it takes something in the middle – both partners having a genetic scent that’s not too similar but also not too different from each other. Unfortunately, there’s nothing we can do about this one other than hope to get lucky.
People who are dishonest are unattractive across the board, regardless of age, gender, or just about anything else. A 2006 study reported that dishonesty had a much stronger negative impact than any other trait when it came to how attractive a person was perceived to be.
6. Lack of sense of humor
A study conducted in 2009 found that not having a sense of humor tends to make one far less attractive when compared to those with a good sense of humor. After all, people want to be with those who can make them laugh, not bore them to sleep. Interestingly, this applies to both sexes, so regardless of whether you’re male or female, be able to roll with the punches! A strong wit will go a long way.