When a man sees a woman that he is absolutely gaga over, the first thing he tries to do is to flirt with her. When you want to flirt with a woman, what you really are after is to make her feel attracted to you and you want to ESCALATE that attraction. Do you know what to do to make this happen?
Look, you don’t have to be a Romeo or Don Juan kind of guy to make a woman feel intensely attracted to you. What you do have to understand is that flirting with a woman is not a guarantee to make her feel this way unless…you know what you are doing and you do it well.
Here are 4 flirting tricks to use on women that will escalate her attraction for you:
1. You have to hit her with a smile, first and foremost. Have you ever seen the reaction a guy gets when he tries to put on a straight face when flirting with a woman? It’s not nearly as good as when you have a warm and friendly smile to greet her. You have to make her feel relaxed when she is with you and to give her a simple smile, that’s the easiest way to do this.
2. Your eyes have to meet hers. If you are the kind of guy that shies away from looking a woman in the eyes, then you need to get over it NOW! Unless you want her to think of you as being the kind of wimpy guy that she is NOT attracted to in the least, you have to make eye contact with a woman and hold it for a short while.
3. Every once in awhile, glance at ANOTHER woman. I know, I know. You have been taught to give a woman 100 percent of your attention and if you give her any less, you are going to catch flak for it. Well, you know what? Women say they hate this because they want YOUR attention. But, if you give her ALL of your attention, then you don’t give her any reason to compete for it.
4. Learn how to touch a woman and make her feel DESIRE. Knowing how to touch a woman in just the right way, you can pretty much guarantee that she is going to fall head over heels for YOU. Physical touch is a necessary precursor to intimacy, so if you don’t know how to touch a woman to make her feel desire, you better LEARN!
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