How to Attract Girls Without Saying a Word

Attract girls without saying a word by using your charm.Attract girls without saying a word by using your charm.

Attracting girls without saying a word all boils down to the art of seduction. You can communicate with a girl without saying one word to her by using your body language, making deep eye contact and by flashing that million-dollar smile. It's difficult to predict how the opposite sex will respond to your flirtatious advances, but using these techniques on the right person, at the right time, will attract the girls you want.

Couple make eye contact

Step 1

Use eye contact. Get her attention by making eye contact with her. Once you get that connection, gaze deeply into her eyes. Don't stare for long periods of time; doing that may give her the creeps. Catch her gaze, stare deeply into her eyes, then quickly shift your focus from her eyes to her lips and then back to her eyes. Don't look at her body; that could be a turn-off.

Man smiles at woman

Step 2

Smile. Give her a warm, friendly smile. This will certainly catch a girl's eye and let her know you are interested in getting to know her.

Man faces woman

Step 3

Avoid using stand-offish body language. Don't sit with your arms crossed or with your back turned to the girls you're trying to attract. This will show that you're not interested and don't want to be bothered -- which are not the signals you're trying to send.

Man putting on tie

Step 4

Dress the part and practice good hygiene habits. Girls are attracted to guys who take good care of themselves. When you go out, make sure your clothes are wrinkle-free and you are freshly shaved, smelling and looking good. Your first impression is a lasting impression.

Confident man

Step 5

Show confidence. Girls are attracted to guys who are not shy and who are are sure of themselves.

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About the Author

Stacey Price started writing for various websites in December 2009. She has an associate degree in public health administration from South Eastern University. She has spent many years working in a hospital setting in the human resource field. She also writes about travel, parenting and beauty/personal care, drawing from more than seven years experience as a licensed cosmetologist.

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