Here’s an article in The Daily Mail featuring my tips on what makes an attractive voice:

Can changing your VOICE help you find love? Expert says that adopting Kylie Jenner and Gigi Hadid’s husky tones will instantly make you more attractive (and reveals how to do it)

  • Jade Joddle says the secret of attractiveness could lie in changing your voice
  • Says stars like Kylie Jenner, Cara Delevingne, Holly Willoughby prove it
  • She shares tips and tutorials on how to speak in a sexier tone 

With the new year in full swing, most of us are focused on losing weight or getting more toned up to bag a partner.

But speaking skills specialist, Jade Joddle, says the secret of attractiveness and confidence could lie in changing your voice.

She believes a great part of the prowess and allure of stars like Kylie Jenner, Cara Delevingne, Holly Willoughby, Victoria Beckham, Gigi Hadid and even Katie Price is their ability to seduce and charm with their vocal chords.

And Jade says we can all learn tricks to be more attractive and even change your face by improving your voice.

Jade, 31, from London, has become a YouTube hit with her videos, which instruct viewers on how to enhance their voice.

Her channels – which feature videos such as ‘How to Seduce with your voice like Kylie Jenner’ and ‘Secret to get a sexy, raspy voice’ – have amassed over 33 million views.

Jade – who has 560,000 subscribers across her two channels – explains: ‘Changing your voice can be as effective as losing weight or getting a makeover.

‘My motto is change your voice, change your life. My clients come to me for all sorts of reasons like feeling unhappy in themselves, lacking confidence or wanting to further their lives.

‘I’ve seen how making improvements to your voice can transform a person’s life and make them more attractive to others.



OBSERVE YOURSELF: Get to know your own voice and hear it. You can become your own voice coach by observing vocal ticks that you have which aren’t flattering e.g. clicking, wet noises. It may also be the case that you use certain words too often which can be annoying. Observe and make subtle changes.

FILM YOURSELF: Often people don’t like watching themselves on a video or listening to an audio recording of themselves because they hate the sound of their voice. But it’s important to face up to these fears. Film yourself speaking and then watch the video back to see how you look when you’re speaking naturally and improve. (DO NOT just talk in the mirror and observe because you are able to see how you look when you speak in real time and change instantly)

CONSIDER CHANGING YOUR PITCH: Consider making your pitch high or low – both have their advantages. A high pitch can (e.g. Victoria Beckham and Holly Willoughby) sound feminine and ladylike. Jade observes how Victoria Beckham has changed the pitch and become more soft-spoken over the years to reflect her more refined brand. But a relatively low pitch (e.g. Cara Delevingne and Gigi Hadid) can sound dominant, fiesty and sassy. It lends to these models’ attractiveness. Try a few different pitches to work out your best voice but do not go over a certain frequency as it can sound baby-like.

BREATHE: Make sure you breathe properly before you speak so you don’t run out of air and sound nervy. This is a common mistake people make when talking.

GIVE YOURSELF PERMISSION TO BE EXPRESSIVE: Don’t be scared to let your personality shine through your voice. Pick tips from other people who hold attention when they speak. For example, Cara Delevingne constantly changes her tone as if her voice is walking up or down a flight of stairs when she is telling a story. Even Katie Price employs high variance in tones which gives her voice a gripping quality and makes you want to listen.


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Jade Joddle is a speech and voice teacher for high-level professionals. She teaches her non-native speaker clients to Speak Well so that they thrive and succeed.

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