Of course, like men, they differ, one from another. They are not all alike. So, anything you think applies to girls probably applies to some of them but not to others.
It has been my experience that girls follow directions more completely and fully than most men. My friend has a robotic vacuum cleaner. To learn to use it, she can watch a DVD that shows how to operate it. She got around to watching it. She was surprised to see how dressed up in tight pants and high heels the woman was when she started up the machine. She got all dressed up, earrings and eye-liner and all, just like the video lady. It worked just fine, so it is a good lesson in following instructions.
The media often gives women the idea that they simply must have body shapes like this
if they are going to be attractive to men. That is a mistake. The body shape can catch a male eye, to be sure, but what happens right afterwards is probably more important to most men.
I advise using the female ability to follow directions. If she says to a man, "What do you want me to do?" or "How can I please you?", she may find that the man has difficulty breathing. The sooner he learns that what she implies, that she is ready and willing and able to take directions from him, for say 15 to 30 minutes, the sooner he is likely to be fully charmed by her. See, it is not the looks so much as the compliance.
The book "Sex and Fantasy" by Robert May (1981) showed long ago that a fundamental part of much female thinking is caring for others while a fundamental part of male thinking is ego, how marvelous I am. So, a woman with any body shape who expresses an interest in following his directions and wishes is very likely to ensnare a man's mind and allegiance. In this time of female assertiveness and independence, it may not appeal to one woman or another to use this technique but it is ancient and powerful. I suspect this approach was a main part of Cleopatra's famous effect on both Julius Caesar and Mark Anthony.