Women spend more time observing females than checking out males
November 15, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- A new study confirms that women spend more time observing the way other females look than checking out the opposite gender.
The poll from online retailer Swimwear 365 says 80 percent of the women surveyed spend their time on the beach checking out the competition.
Swimwear and apparel are first to catch a woman's eye. Then it's hairstyle-- and whether roots are showing.
Tans, weight and cleavage are also on the scrutiny list. And "real" versus "surgically enhanced" is a frequent observation.
One in 10 women polled always want to look better than the opposition.
- Bank robber tied to Evanston tobacco shop murders
- Busiest holiday travel days at O'Hare, Midway
- Video: ABC 7 Chicago Weather App
- ABC7 Weather Forecast
- Freezing rain north, west of Chicago
- Employees, customers prepare Dominick's final days
- Midlothian store allegedly burglarized 3 times in 1 night
- Gov. Quinn looks back on 2013
- New recreation center to serve South Side neighborhoods
- Me You & Her raises money for Chicago food banks
- 'I-55 Bandit' pleads guilty to robbery charge
- Kanye West opens pop-up store in Chicago
- Weekender Report by Roz Varon
- abcnews: Dramatic Helicopter Rescue Caught on Tape
Most Viewed StoriesMost Viewed Photos