Want to know a secret about making guys fall for you? Want to know the good news for you? It’s not that hard to melt his heart. If you’re sure he’s The One, and you want him to feel the same way about you, keep reading to discover the hidden, psychological tactics that will make him fall in love with you!
Men love mysterious women, and they will try their hardest to crack your code. In the beginning, keep your conversations casual, and don’t go too deep into your life story, fears, dreams,hobbies and goals.
Think of dating as one of your favorite detective mystery books. The suspense killed you as you flipped each page, right?
Do the same when it comes to getting to know your guy. Slowly pull back the layers to keep him interested and craving for more!
2. Work Your Eye Contact
Each time you have a conversation with your guy, stare deeply into his eyes as he talks to you. You can smile or flirt, but let the eye contact linger even if both of you aren’t exchanging words. It makes the guy feel warm and fuzzy, and would definitely stir his heart.
Mirroring is a psychological tactic that has been used for years and it is highly effective to make your guy fall in love. Mirroring is all about staying in tune with your guy’s actions.
If he takes a sip of his drink, take a sip of your drink, too. If he leans in while telling a good story, lean in toward him, as well.
Mimicking his body movements will lead him to believe that the two of you are on the same wavelength.
4. Wear Red
Stock up on everything red, because recent studies have found that men describe women wearing red as sexier than women wearing any other color.
Men are more attracted to date a woman in red, while women wearing other colors have to try a bit harder to get their attention. So ditch that all-black outfit if you really want to pique your guy’s interest.
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