Do you think it matters less, the older the guy is? I am into a guy and feel I am average, at best, look wise. I have never let it bother me because I always had friends who just accepted me for me and it was great and I like who I am. I like my smile and my dimples, and I know I have a great personality.
All my life though, I have been a tomboy. I wear jeans and t-shirts and hoodies. I never do much with my hair, just brush it out often and make sure its washed and nice. I don't wear make up, always taught growing up, natural beauty is best. However now I am starting to wonder if how I look or dress will matter most in the end? I never had a boyfriend, always just friends who are guys. I know I shouldn't change how I look to impress someone, especially since we known each other 2 months already and he has seen me this way. However, I have started wearing a few more cute girlie tops. I don't wanna change too much but I don't wanna look too boy-ish either. (pic in my profile, although its 5 years old) I look young for my age too, which I hate, because I feel older guys, which I prefer will only see me as a "kid" or "nice young girl" etc etc.
I prided myself on liking who I was and just being me and my great personality all these years but since I never had a boyfriend, I think maybe its not enough?
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It is purely dependant on each guy and what he likes. I like small, petite girls. That's just me and while I don't ask that she be a supermodel, she has to be pretty in my eyes. And while I like a girl who's not afraid to work hard and get dirty, I enjoy the feminine nature of a woman and really like it when she has a feminine/girly side to her. Again, it all depends on the guy. If there is anything I have learned over these past years is that the most attractive thing any person can do is to love yourself and who you are. If you love who you are, don't change for anybody. That said, change is crucial for growth and you need to ask yourself if you're just scared to change or not being open to things.1
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