How to Flirt
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Make eye contact, but please look your partner in the eye gently (no more than 2-4 seconds) and then glance away.
Don't stare it's a turn off.
Be playful, light-hearted and spontaneous.
Show your vulnerability.
Never leave home without a prop.
Props are natural conversation starters. They encourage conversation and others will be compelled to start talking to you.
Great props include: dogs, kids, unusual jewelry, a irresistable scent, a sweatshirt with your favorite passion or personalized Hoodie with your Rhinestone Initial or T-Shirt with your Rhinestone Initial ties, Guy's Personalized Sweatshirt hats, or an interesting book or newspaper.
Be the host:
Change your behavior from the role of guest to host.
You are not the passive person in waiting, but rather the welcome committee.
Make the first move: Move closer to the person you want to meet.
You have two ears and one mouth because you should listen twice as much as you speak.
Listening is a true art. Your flirting partner will be drawn to you.
Everyone loves to be heard.
It is contagious.
It will make you so much more approachable.
A smile lights up your face and draws people to you. You will be a people magnet.
Trying too hard to flirt can end up having the opposite of the desired effect – nobody likes to ruin the thrill of the chase. Women run the risk of appearing to be too eager, which men will mistrust.
Men should consider how much they're doing to appear manly. If you suspect you're being too obvious, you probably are.
Women also need to check if they're laughing too long at someone's jokes, throwing their head back to expose
the neck, or leaning too far towards the object of their affection.
Then again, there is no limit to the potential blockheadedness of men in this area – if you don't think he has got the message, keep going, even beyond the point where you think you are appearing obvious.
People – women especially – often blink more when they're trying to woo a mate; unconsciously, your pupils may dilate. Women should keep their eyes wide so that a man can see them. Men should adjust their body language to accentuate their masculinity. Straighten up – pull your stomach in and chest out. Keep your gaze in the "flirting triangle" of the mouth and below. Your voice may naturally go deeper.
There is an array of subtle signals that women can send out. A repeated fleeting smile, lowering or dipping of the head, wrist exposure (the underside of the wrist signals openness), smoothing of clothing and any increase in self-touching and preening.
t's usually women who make the first move. Men are often more reluctant to make contact with a woman who hasn't shown that she's approachable – and tend not to be very good at reading body language correctly. A display of friendliness may often be mistaken for sexual interest. Similarly, a woman needs a man to interpret correctly the cues she is sending out – even if it's negative like "shove off".
Roses are red, violets are blue, sugar is sweet but nothing compared to you.