Tips on How to Approach a Group of Girls
How many times have you seen an attractive girl hanging out with her friends and were afraid to approach her? If a thought of coming up to a group of women makes you freeze, you are not alone. Many guys just don’t know how to behave in this situation, that’s why they either stand aside or their attempts fail because they pull a boner.
However, if they know how to do it the right way, their endeavors will never be in vain. Dating experts from romancecompass.com believe that approaching a group of women is not only easy but also beneficial (if done appropriately) because all girls from the company will see you as confident and decisive. Here are some useful tips that will help you meet a girl and win the hearts of her friends.
Give your attention to each girl from the group
The biggest mistake guys make when approaching a group of women is focusing on the girl they liked and ignoring her friends. This is not a hunt and the girl is not a gazelle from the herd that you spotted and want to chase. Even if you’re interested in one particular girl, you can’t act as if there is nobody around. Women appreciate men with good communication and social skills and expect to get your attention.
Coming to a set of girls you need to follow the principle “the way to a woman’s heart is through the opinion of her female friends”. If her girls don’t like you, they may get protective and start dragging her away from you. That is why the first thing to do is to approach the group as a whole.
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After that, exchange words with each girl to establish contact. Make sure you spread you eye-contact between all girls and interact with each of them. Compliment the girls and tell one of them that you have a friend and she would be a perfect match for him, offer to introduce them later.
Your main purpose should be to maintain a friendly easy-going atmosphere, make girls giggle, and only after a few minutes of a friendly chat you can start showing more interest in the girl you liked. Come closer to her and say something like “I like your earrings” and start a private conversation focusing your attention only on her. Since you’ve already talked to each girl from the group, they will not get offended because they’ve got to know you a bit and realized you are a good guy.
First, they will continue their conversation next to you but then, probably, leave you two alone. If not, tell them that you’re going to dance with the girl or get a drink but reassure them that you’ll take care of their friend. Since they already like you, they will be OK with that.
Approach as soon as you see the girl
Some men who are not very confident with approaching a set of girls usually wait until other girls go to the toilet or somewhere else leaving their friend alone and only then they come and chat up that girl. This is a pretty weak thing to do, so you’d better approach the whole group once you spot somebody interesting among them. Also, you’ll score more points in the eyes of a particular girl and her friends because they’ll see that you are confident and decisive.
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