We struggle to find love because were so pretty – men get intimidated
They often say that being attractive makes life easier – but according to these women, they’re “too hot” to land a partner.
Even though some of these bombshells are Playboy and OnlyFans models, they say their professional success makes it harder for them to find a boyfriend.
And one woman who spent thousands on plastic surgery to make herself more attractive is also struggling to find 'The One'.
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So, are these women right? Read on to determine whether it's truly better to blend in or stand out.
Treated like a toy
Mz. Dani has forked out £42,000 on plastic surgery in hopes it would help her find 'The One' – but unfortunately, her plan backfired.
Now she says men judge her cosmetically-enhanced looks and don't treat her like a real person.
She forked out thousands of pounds on various procedures – such as fillers, Botox and threading – in a bid to make her face look more symmetrical.
While the upside has been the fact that she’s been able to land modelling jobs and garner 653,000 followers on Instagram, men judge her unfairly.
She said: "My dating life is extremely hard. Men look at me as a toy.
"They see my outer appearance before they get to know me and that's really what they want from me initially.
"It's very rare that a man wants to get to know me for who I am. Dating is very difficult."
Too hot to handle
Playboy and OnlyFans model Cris Galêra says that she's 'so hot' that she finds it hard to get a date.
While the 33-year-old from Brazil has more than 199,000 Instagram fans who regularly leave gushing comments about her looks, she says her good looks work against her in the real world.
"Men turn away from me because they think I'm too hot, like they don't have a chance,” she vented.
"But without at least one conversation it is really difficult."
Cris even wears specs in a bid to look less sexy, explaining: "I look smarter so they don't just look good or boobs or butt.
"I will have more chances with the fake glasses."
Jenna Thompson is known for her controversial appearance on This Morning a couple of weeks ago.
The 36-year-old model from Essex said she was struggling to find love because she’s “too good-looking” to find a man.
The mum-of-two told hosts Philip Schofield and Holly Willoughby she’s fussy about dating, although she doesn’t plan on lowering her standards any time soon.
“I think I intimidate nice guys, and I just maybe don’t go for the right ones,” she said.
She then went on to reveal what her type is, saying: “I like them heavily tattooed and the urban guys really – dressed in red flags…
“I don’t want to meet someone who’s another model or in the industry.”
These comments prompted Holly to call Jenna “picky”.
Men are too intimidated
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Playboy model Elizabeth Marie Chevalier says it is impossible for her to get a boyfriend or even a date because men are too intimidated by her beauty
The 27-year-old from Diego, California, US, has over 2.9 million followers on Instagram after gracing the covers of magazines such as MAXIM and Playboy but this doesn’t mean she doesn't struggle with dating.
“I’ve been told that I’m intimidating to guys because I’m tall – I’m 5ft 10 – and I’m beautiful and I have a very intense personality,” Elizabeth previously said.
“I’m actually very sweet and loving so if they took the time to get to know me they would realise that.
“I’ve been on dates where guys just can’t speak to me.
“The men that do chat me up are usually too cocky and self-obsessed, they clearly go for every pretty girl in the room."
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