5 Ways To Make Any Man Go Crazy For You — From A Guy’s Perspective

There are some things that ALL guys like, but making us go crazy for you isn’t always as simple as wearing the right lingerie set. If you can nail these things, though, you’re going to have us falling all over you:

1. Being unapologetically confident
Do you know what the sexiest thing in the world is? A woman who’s got her act together and knows it. Someone who takes command of a situation knows who she is and what she wants. So if you want to seduce your man, first you need to be confident in who you are. Think about it like sales – if you’re selling yourself, you have to believe in the product, right?

2. Giving us just a little taste
A cheeky flash of skin, the outline of some sexy undies, a skirt that’s just that little bit too short – these are the tools of your trade. You know your own rockin’ body, and we love it when you show it off.

3. Smiling
It’s the best thing you can do. It opens up your body language and invites us in. A smile is an easy way to say that you want to engage with the world around you. It’ll also help you emotionally lift yourself up as your body feels those muscles get triggered and thinks, “Oh yeah, I’m happy!” Obviously, if you’re having a bad day or just not up for flashing a grin, don’t force it for our sake, but if you’re happy and you know it, showing us is an easy way to capture our hearts.
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4. Flirting through touch
You don’t have to lazily drag a fingernail all the way along our arms or play with our ears like a telenovela star. We’re talking about just standing a little too close to us, brushing against us in an elevator, reaching across us rather than going around. The slightest touch can have a huge impact on how fast our hearts pound when we’re around you.

5. Making eye contact
A lot of people don’t actually make eye contact when they interact. That’s why it’s such an intimate thing to do – and why it really catches a guy’s attention. It doesn’t have to be two minutes of creeper staring. It’s more about weaving lingering eye contact into everyday interactions. For example, if you work with him, start off your elevator ride or morning greeting with a second of eye contact. Easy.

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