Men are visual creatures. They like to look at stuff, and that definitely includes attractive women. If you want to capture a guys attention, here are the things you should focus on since they’re often noticed first by men when you meet them.
Things Guys Notice When You First Meet
1. Your Laugh – If a guy has any game, he’ll immediately try to convert a smile into a laugh. A lovely lady’s laugh is one of the most beautiful sounds a guy can hear, as he’ll by psyched to know that his charms are working. The laugh itself will help him decide if he’d like to ask the girl out: a sweet, intoxicating giggle might be music to his ears, while a deep, raspy chortle might remind him too much of his uncle to proceed.
2. Your Mouth – What an amazing part of a person! Your mouth not only feeds you to keep you alive, it’s also necessary for communication. Oh yeah, and it comes in handy when a guy wants to kiss you. Furthermore, there’s the smile. Smiles are important because a genuine smile means that a guy is winning and encourages him to keep going, for better or worse. Smiles are also contagious so when you smile, he smiles, and then the whole world smiles at the adorable interaction.
3. Your Voice – Men love most women’s voices, but some can get them going more than others. If you have a sexy voice (perhaps one that’s deep and raspy or unintentionally whispery and seductive), they will melt. However, those with naturally loud and obnoxious voices aren’t really doing themselves any favors and should probably consider reigning it in a bit. But just like women, men also find accents pretty sexy too, so if you have one, that’s a bonus.
4. Your Eyes – Although a less tactful man might get caught sneaking a peek at other assets, your eyes are what a guy should be looking at during conversation. But, any experienced guy will want to look into your eyes for more than just their lovely aesthetic properties. They say, “eyes are the window to the soul,” and there is actually some truth to that. A lot of information can be conveyed and received via eye contact, and any guy trying to get to know you will look to yours as a means of flirting and reading signals.
5. Your Hair – The hair itself represents that inspiring central point where a biological trait connects with an adaptable style. It’s here that you can flaunt your personality via the varied means of length, shapes, and colors. Trust me, a good haircut is totally worth the money, and he will happily reimburse the cost by paying for your drinks all night.
6. Your Body Type – Men are often dissed for their so-called shallow obsession with appearances, but the physical attraction factor is as old as mating itself and they’re only human. It’s inevitable that they’re attracted to specific physical characteristics, but luckily, there is so much varied tastes that there’s a shape for everyone. It’s also worth noting that about 10 minutes of inspiring conversation can just about override anything else and most men don’t expect (or want) perfection.
7. Your Friends – Birds of a feather flock together. You may seem nice, but he just saw your bestie attack the doorman with her shoe, and he simply can’t have that type of drama in his life right now. It’s not you, it’s them!
8. Your Boobs – As an extension of the body type conversation, men just can’t help but love boobs, though most aren’t as obsessed with them as you may think. Certainly, if your cleavage is staring at them, they may glance down and say hello, but this isn’t really a priority for most guys. Also, some men are more into butts or legs or any number of other body parts. Basically, summer is a great season for men.
9. Your Conversation Skills – Thanks to the art of conversation, it doesn’t take very long t gauge someone’s social skills and figure out whether interacting with them would be worth the time. The chosen topic of discussion is always an important indicator of your interests and intelligence, but even more crucial than this is your shared sense of humor. If both people are laughing, it sets the stage for some pretty amazing interactions to come.
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