If you think you have to lose 20 pounds, go blonde, or get a nose job before you attract man of your dreams, you're dead wrong.
Here's an assignment. Check out wedding pages of your newspaper this weekend. Do any of brides look like cover girls?
Look closely. Sure, there may be a couple of model types among them, but most of women are average looking. Some of them resemble Phil Spector, for Pete's sake. What do they have that you don't?
Please do not fall into trap of believing that you have to achieve a certain look to attract good, marriage-minded men. Whatever you do, do not size yourself up against other women.
Walk into every room with knowledge that, whatever you look like, you're a winner. You have much to offer a man.
I can remember two separate occasions when I was interested in a great looking guy (who I later found out returned my interest) but figured I didn't have a chance because I had a little squish around middle. Guess what? Both guys ended up with women with at least 20 pounds on me, and years later, remain happily married to them.
I'm not suggesting you start pigging out on fast food and roaming planet in a sweatsuit. And, certainly, you should practice basic hygiene. But obsession about your looks is an entirely different thing, and it's not attractive.