I have always been one of the guys and never gets notice. Guys want to chat with me but then when they see a hot girl they stop the chat. The guys always want to hang but never ask me on a date. What can I do to be more girly. I wear make up, like video games, don't care if I get dirty, ready to try new things, and mostly just wear a t-shirt, jeans and shoes. I don't wear dresses and heels. The one time I wore heels I got made fun of. Is this bad?
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I am not a girlie girl either I naturally look feminine because I am small and have delicate features and my voice is very feminine and apparently my mannerisms (according to a friend I move in a feminine way) but I have a very sarcastic sense of humor, I go for comfort in my clothes because I like to be active and play around, I honestly can't put on make up, my hair is wild and free, and I walk every bit like a dude in heels I am a little unrefined I admit. I totally eat in front of people and a lot but I keep fit. So a certain type of guy doesn't notice me unless one of my female friends literally dresses me up but whenever she does that the guys approaching me are propositioning me for sex and that's not the sort of attention I want. When I am natural I do get noticed usually by the nice guys, guys who are intelligent, with a wicked sense of humor so I can totally accept that. Ask yourself what type of guy you want too attract if you just want guys to feed your ego a bit and don't care about the quality of attention then you could get a female friend with some style to help you play dress up. That type of attention will never help you develop real confidence though and real confidence is what's sexy, that will turn the guys heads faster than any amount of superficial enhancement. If you want the attention of a guy you could see yourself in a relationship with be yourself period. Nice guys can be shier to approach and they may not be so blatantly obvious. If you are constantly friend zoned then you could try flirting a little (I am playfully flirtatious), opening up a little, showing different dimensions of your personality (but don't fake anything or force anything) because you may have been a bit pigeonholed. Guys may also not know you are looking for someone romantically if you are shy in the romance department unfortunately that can come off as uninterested so you will have to train in talking to people and being more clear with what you want. I don't understand the usual games so I decided to go the strait-forward route besides I hate the drama of games. I'd also look to meet guys out of your social circle, these guys may have known you for years. One more thing its easy to notice guys checking out someone else but we often miss it when people check us out so.4