What are the 5 Best Characteristics of Beautiful Filipinas? From Filipina beauty to the list of characteristics, here’s what every foreigner who wants to date a Filipina needs to know.

While there’s a huge number of Filipino women who try to date foreign men(particularly Westerners) by means of online dating, family or friend referral, social networking, etc. The competition is getting tougher and chances of finding the right one is now as difficult as college algebra.

Due to social pressures from peers and media, many girls go the other way around and forget the true essence of their own individuality.

What is a true Filipina Beauty?

Many wrong perceptions about beauty and character are implanted into the young generation’s mindset since the beginning of the computer age. From most of the television ads, we see a young lady wearing long, shiny, straight hair with a fair skin up to Korean dramas starring sexy actresses wearing micro mini dresses.

These little twists one at a time make up our young Filipino girls’ belief about this matter. As a result, more girls focus on impressing guys with their physical beauty. Including the influence of society that tells them to behave in a certain way rather than embracing their inner beauty and unique personality.

A true Filipina beauty embraces her inner beauty and unique personality.

What are the Best Characteristics of Beautiful Filipinas?

All single ladies, pay attention because here is the list of the characteristics that serious and good foreign men are after for a Filipino woman. The top five best characteristics of beautiful Filipinas are:

  1. Well-rounded, open-minded and willing to learn new things
  2. Optimistic, problem solver
  3. Grateful
  4. Conservative and humble
  5. A giver, not a taker

1. They love a Filipino woman who can adapt well to any situation. A Well-Rounded Lady is someone who is open-minded and willing to learn new things, language, culture or lifestyle.

A French guy, for example, would be happy to introduce his special someone to his family if she knows at least a few French greetings. Foreigners admire it so much if she is teachable and learner.

2. Foreigners like a Filipino woman who turns negativity into positivity. An Optimistic Woman is someone who instead of complaining, is making a solution to a problem.

Also, do they highly appreciate it if she doesn’t nag and grumble about her family problems and friends’? Finally, they adore her when they see her researching for solutions rather than talking about the problem.

3. They are into a Filipino woman who knows how to appreciate. A Grateful Woman is a lady who gives thanks for anything she receives.

Any man in all parts of the globe would love to be thankful for something they’ve done or given. The more the lady thanks, the more man gives. That’s the formula!

Being thankful is a formula of A Grateful Woman.

4. They are crazy about A Filipino woman who is conservative. A Traditional Woman is a girl who is humble enough to tell the guy about her background and past without forgetting where she came from.

These good guys just can’t resist a woman who is honest at the same time modest in keeping her old Filipino values.

5. They flock to a Filipino woman who isn’t after their bank accounts. A Money-Making Woman is that hot chick who doesn’t take but multiply the successful man’s finances.

Well, it doesn’t mean that you should start earning bigger than the guy (although that can still possibly happen). It just simply means, you’re an Asset and not a Liability.

Now that you know the best characteristics of beautiful Filipinas you need to be in order to date a serious foreigner. Get ready and show them that you’re a woman of worth. High-quality men attract high-quality women.

What about you, what characteristics do you look for a perfect Filipina date?

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