Flirting is an art. Flirting up a cute guy might seen like an impossible task but some girls have, and some girls don’t. Ever met a girl who can get any guy she likes? Want to be that girl? Why need mastering the skill of flirting a good thing if you’re trying to get a date?
The answer: Because men like confident women! This is the most common theme younger men say attracts them to older women. They’re tired of always being the aggressors. They like women who are self-assured and know what they want. Read this guide on how to flirt with a guy without making it obvious.
Show him that you’re interested. Before you start full-on flirting, you can send a few subtle signals to get started.
Make eye contact. While you don’t want it to look like you’re staring deep into his soul, lingering eye contact will show him you’re interested. It will also be a good indicator of his interest—if he holds the eye contact, he’s probably into you. If he looks away he might not be, or he might just be shy.
Smile, blush and be coy. Guys love a girl who’s happy and full of positivity. And guys especially love a girl who smiles and laughs when she’s having a conversation with them. Don’t be arrogant, rude or pass cocky comments when you’re with the guy you want to flirt with. Guys stay away from girls who behave this way, even if they’re attractive looking.
Compliment him and thank him. Guys love compliments, and compliments are one of the stepping stones of a happy flirty conversation. If you like something about a guy, make sure you compliment him for that. He would love the fact that you noticed something nice about him, and furthermore, he’d go out of his way to have a flirty conversation with you.
Break the touch barrier. Finding small ways to touch him is an obvious signal that you’re flirting, and shows him that you’re willing to make a small level of physical contact. Touch his forearm lightly while you’re talking. When he makes a funny joke, reach your hand out and touch his arm while you’re laughing. Alternatively, you can do this as a form of playful or genuine consolation.