Have you ever walked down the street and saw someone you couldn't take your eyes off? Maybe you didn't even know what it was that attracted you to the person, but there was something, and that connection was powerful! What you may not know is that everyone has that attraction. Everyone has beauty. But where does your beauty come from? What kind of attractive are you?
Do you have the striking features of an exotic land, with soft, yet alluring almond-shaped eyes? Does your skin give off a reflective caramel glow? Are your facial features framed in thick and curly dark hair? Or maybe when someone looks at you, the first thing that comes to their mind is kittens and bunnies. While some people are striking, others are domestically cute and loveable. Which are you?
While exterior features can lure someone in, for many people, it is their confidence which attracts others. Confidence shows that you aren't afraid to take on the world and in fact, you hold the world and its endless possibilities in the palm of your hand. From actors to politicians, confidence has often been attributed to one of the most attractive things in a person.
Exotic, confident, kitten-like, and unique. Do you have striking green eyes, a unique mole, or perhaps an interestingly bold birthmark? This quiz will look at your values, your interests, and those small things that make you feel beautiful on both the inside and out.
So, are you ready to find out what kind of attractive you are? Take this quiz and find out!
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