Even when he sees a much more beautiful, nearly perfect looking woman, will he still see the woman he's with as physicaly perfect? Do the flaws that she sees when she looks in the mirror even exsit when he sees her? Does being completely in love with her make her more attractive to him? Will he ever wish he could experience another woman just because she's physically so much better then his woman? Or does she become so perfect to him that that's all he wants?
Most Helpful Guy
I think it would be unfair and deceptive to say that a guy who's in love with you isn't going to find other women attractive as well. Hell, there are a LOT of pretty women out there.
But when I'm in love with a woman, like... really in love... the level of her beauty goes much deeper than the surface. Little "flaws" or "imperfections" don't exist, she is who she is, and she's perfect the way that she is.
Perfection is impossible... Everyone, is going to have "imperfections". Besides, perfect is subjective, each persons idea of "perfect" is gonna be different.1
Most Helpful Girl
There are two types of love, permanent love and conditional love. If you are attracted to somebody's body or face that could be conditional love that if they change your attraction to them will die but if you are attracted to the companionship they offer you and the love and devotion of their general lives - their change in appearance will not bother you that much.0