Cheaters have big feet and bushy brows mean you're vain — what your body says about you

DO you know your body language? It’s possible to read someone’s lips – and a whole lot more besides.

We told yesterday how women with husky voices are more likely to cheat, according to scientists.

Gravelly tones are linked to higher levels of the hormone testosterone, which experts say fuels sexual desire.

And for each drop in pitch, the risk of straying goes up “significantly”.

But what else do our bodies reveal about us?

Read our guide to find out what you can tell about a potential partner.


FACE: Balance gives better orgasms

YOU’RE in luck if your fella has a symmetrical face – it means he gives women better orgasms.

Or so says a study by biologist Randy Thornhill, from the University of New Mexico.

His research also suggested that these men may be more likely to make a woman pregnant – meaning there is an evolutionary reason why we value symmetry.

HIGH CHEEKS: More aggressive

DON’T face off with a man with higher cheekbones than yours – it means he probably has a shorter temper.

Scientists at Brock University in Ontario say that the distance between a man’s cheekbones compared to the height of his face is a good indicator of how likely he is to fly into a rage.

Individuals with larger cheekbones and higher levels of testosterone had more ­aggressive personalities, they found.

NOSE: Temper and restlessness

A LONG nose doesn’t mean you’re a liar like Pinocchio, but it can make you more ambitious, while a small one can mean a fiery temper, says Professor Abraham Tamir, of Ben-Gurion University in Israel, who studied 1,300 noses.

Snub noses could also symbolise immaturity and large nostrils could show restlessness.

STOMACH: Chubby chaps last longer

TUBBY blokes perform for longer in the bedroom.

Researchers at Erciyes University in Turkey found a link between being overweight and stamina in the sack – because larger men are more likely to have higher levels of the female sex hormone oestradiol, which delays their orgasm.

HANDS: Look for longer fingers

BLOKES with long ring fingers are four times more likely to end up with a partner with an hourglass figure, according to scientists from Jagiellonian University Medical College in Krakow, Poland.

Research suggests it’s due to a burst of male hormone testosterone while in the womb, and this translates into other typically “manly” attributes in later life.

SKIN: Go for a golden glow

SCIENTISTS have found that richer men have a healthier lifestyle and diet on the whole, giving them a glowing complexion.

So if you’re looking for a man with money, check out how deep his tan is first.

But beware – a York University study found it’s more likely to make a person dominant, too.

LEGS: Once again size matters

FELLAS with long legs appear more attractive to the opposite sex.

Scientists from Cambridge University found that women perceive them to make fitter potential mates.

Alarmingly for the little guys, those with short legs were associated with diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure and dementia.

FEET: Don't trust the big-booted boys

IF your fella has big feet, be warned – he may be more likely to stray.

Those with feet bigger than size ten are three times more likely to have sex outside a relationship than those with size seven to nine, says a survey by, a dating site for married people who want an affair.


FACE: Manly means it will last

WOMEN with more masculine-looking faces may end up in relationships that last.

That’s because men looking for a fling tend to go for women with delicate, feminine features – according to the University of Stirling and Benedict Jones, of the University of Glasgow.

EYEBROWS: Bushy signals vanity

A THICK, well-groomed brow, like model Cara Delevingne’s, means you are more likely to have narcissistic personality traits, a study by the University of Toronto found.

Lead author Miranda Giacomin explained that narcissists love attention, and a distinctive brow may help them to stand out from the crowd.

EYES: Paler good for handling pain

WHITE women with blue or green eyes are said to be able to handle pain a lot better than those with darker eyes.

A study by Pittsburgh University found that women with lighter-coloured eyes experienced less pain during childbirth.

Genetics plays a part in eye colour, with up to 15 genes thought to be associated with colour inheritance.

LIPS: Go for a natural pout

FACE-reading expert Jean Haner says women with naturally big lips, like Angelina Jolie, are empathetic, while those who artificially plump up their pout can be needy and selfish.

Those with a defined cupid’s bow are creative and great communicators.

Jane, author of the book The Wisdom Of Your Face, bases her theory on the ancient Chinese art of face-reading.

STOMACH: Fat's a sign of stress

A WOBBLY tummy could be a sign of stress.

When we’re under pressure, the hormone cortisol is released, causing the body to lay down fat around the stomach.

HIPS: A case of broad experience

A WOMAN with wide hips may be more likely to have a one-night stand and have more notches on her bedpost, say researchers at Leeds University.

It is said to be because wider hips make for easier childbirth, which is thought to make a woman’s sexual behaviour more promiscuous.

BUM: Shapely may mean smarter

MANY women would like a bum like Kim Kardashian’s – and if you’re lucky enough to have one, it could be benefiting your brain too.

An Oxford University study found women with shapely bums to be more intelligent and resilient to illness, due to a higher level of “good” fats, which boost brain function.

FEET: It's all in the toes

FOOT reader Jane Sheehan has spent much of her life studying feet and says those with an elongated second toe, like Meghan Markle, have natural leadership qualities, while her short big toe shows she is great at multi-tasking.

An upturned big toe indicates a sense of fun, while stubby toes mean you’re practical and pragmatic.

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