10 Flirting Tips to Dating Guy or Girl who You Like

Flirting is a language. No one can be fluent in it. Learn the signs to be able to flirt like a pro. These flirt tips will help you become a master flirter.

Select Your Targets

To flirt, you don’t need to have a crush. To improve your flirting skills, you can practice flirting with people you don’t know. This will give you some experience when you start to approach people you really care about.

Get an opening line

Give the person a reason to speak with you. Ask them a question about a project if you are in the same class. Ask them about the band if they are standing next to you at a concert. Be creative and ready to answer any questions they may have.

Make Eye Contact

You won’t look at them if you don’t make eye contact. This is not the impression you want. Are you too shy to look at them directly in the eyes? This trick works: Look at the spot right between your eyes. They will think it’s eye contact.

Make a compliment

You can pick one thing that you like about their appearance – their hair, smile, or clothing. Tell them in a friendly manner how much it means to you. This will make them feel better and open up to you. If you don’t have a tip #2 opening line, a compliment is enough.

Smile

Although you don’t need to be all Bozo The Clown, the idea is to make it seem like you enjoy talking with them. If they smile, it’s a good idea to do so. You’ll be able to tell if they smile back that they enjoy talking to you.

Enjoy a flirt with your body

Your body language when flirting is as important as your words. Try to be a good friend by pointing your body at the person, and using your posture to make it easy to touch them. These are some tips to help you do this.body language flirting tips

Keep it Light

Talking about happy, fun things (like your puppy) will get you a better response than talking about serious and sad things (like the time your puppy was hit by a car). Flirting is not about sharing your thoughts or exposing your emotions. It’s about opening up the doors to many more conversations down the line.

Awkward silences are to be avoided

If the conversation drags on, it’s likely that it’s over. Ask the other person questions to fill in the awkward silence. You can’t think of any? Ask them about what they are wearing, or what you see in their environment (such as a painting on the wall or the music). One tip: Many people enjoy talking about themselves. It’s a great way to engage people and show genuine interest in them.

Wrap it up

If you don’t want to talk anymore, politely excuse yourself and go off into the sunset. If you are interested in speaking with you, you can give them a contact method, such as your phone number, Instagram handle or Snapchat name. This is likely to be your first conversation, so keep some charm for next time.

Practice, Practice and Practice

Nobody is perfect at flirting the first attempt. Don’t be afraid to flirt if it still gives you butterflies. It just means you need to practice more. It will become easier to flirt the more you do it.