People Appear More Attractive in Summer: Survey

by Sheela Philomena on June 3, 2013 at 11:45 AM
 People Appear More Attractive in Summer: Survey

A recent survey has claimed that 73 percent people believe that they look more attractive in summer.

The survey conducted by found that blue skies and warm temperatures made people come across as more confident and healthy, the Daily Express reported.


The survey also showed that females are likelier than men to radiate an attractive glow during warmer weather.

54 percent of Britons believe that their appearance is enhanced in summer compared with just two percent in winter.

Relationship expert Kate Taylor said people are more likely to be having fun in summer making them appear more attractive.

Source: ANI
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