The first is body language, the second is tone of voice and the third is the words he uses.
When you approach a woman, she is reading your nonverbal communication.
Your body language makes up 55 percent of the communication you are sending in that first impression.
Women place MORE importance on clothing and shoes than men often realize.
So if clothing is not a strong suit, then a visit to a nice department store. You do this by coming across as a man who is confident and isn’t clingy.
Working with a salesperson to help you pick out clothing that flatters your shape is worth the time and investment. To accomplish this, balance talking about yourself with asking about her. Don’t be afraid to plan things, or make suggestions on the wine to drink.
Another consideration to positive body language is body space. Your eyes and smile – Women are more receptive to a smile.
If during that initial meeting, you are standing too close to a woman, she will get a very negative vibe and be turned off to further conversing. Many women feel that when a man smiles at her and says “hi” he is more appealing.
Making a positive first impression, can make the difference between a “yes, I’d like to go out with you,” and “ewww! Age discolors teeth; you can try using over the counter whitening strips or if the discoloration is significant, talk with your dentist.
Since smiling is the gateway to an introduction, spend time making it inviting. A man who cares about his appearance, this means clean shoes, clean fingernail (nails that are not too long or too short), and fresh breath.
As a general rule, a woman will find a man more attractive if she finds him appealing.
To understand appealing, compare Tom Hanks to Tom Cruise.