Lucy Pinder: Make Her Want You
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Hey there guys, it’s Lucy Pinder here…When the good folk at AskMen.com rang me up asking me to put together this guide, I naturally wasn’t going to pass up the opportunity to help you fellas out. After all, I know you’re a savvy bunch who appreciate the value of some honest advice from a girl who knows.
Most of the time when a guy is struggling to attract the type of female attraction he’s after, it usually boils down to a failure to stick to the basics. If you want girls to be attracted to you, some of the points I’ve outlined here are pretty obvious, but they’re also hugely important. These tips have been garnered from conversations with girlfriends and male friends alike; they are, in my opinion, important nuggets of advice to up your game. So here they are: Lucy Pinder’s 5 things to make her want you…
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Use eye contact
Yes, I know it’s a boring cliché, but it’s also an important point to consider. Eye contact is after all the initial contact you are going to have with your potential partner, so letting her know you’re interested by paying her attention is a good start. Glaring like a stalker is not good, so be aware of that when trying to get her attention; make sure you’re not eyeballing her! Give a relaxed smile when you catch her eye and if you get a friendly or coy smile back then she obviously likes the look of you.
Show confidence not cockiness
Most girls like a guy to be confident, not cocky: please believe me when I tell you that there’s a difference. Self-assurance is about being outgoing, comfortable in your own skin and in control of yourself and your situation — and it is a definite turn on. But confidence is also about being polite too, because manners are important: you’re mother told you that, didn’t she? Manners are also something that most of us girls find attractive in a potential partner.
Just be yourself
Another cliché, but again vitally important; don’t try to be something you’re not when chatting up a girl. And I say this for two reasons: firstly, if you’re putting on a front, more often than not it’s going to be seen through quite easily. Do you know how many Premiership footballers and up-and-coming actors I happen to come across when I’m at a bar? I mean, really?? Secondly, you want someone to like you for you, don’t you? There’s definitely something to be said for the personality you portray attracting a particular kind of girl. So just relax and you will come across much better than if you try too hard to impress.
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