ღ The Official Girl's Survival Guide ღ

The Official Girls survival guide to life! If you have a survival guide chapter idea just ask me :)

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1. How to get a guy to like you.


1. Look your best! Boys don't usually find girls attractive if they look like they just woke up. You don't have to get extensive surgery, just brush your hair regularly (not in front of everyone, all the time. That makes you seem insecure about your looks, which you shouldn't be! :)) and use hair products like l'oreal and dove. Don't put tons of makeup on, a bit of lipgloss, some faint eyeshadow and blush. on casual days just a nice colour of Lip Gloss will work fine. Don't spend all your pocket money on designer clothes, you can express your style with simple t-shirts and denim shorts!

2. Be kind and caring to everyone, especially him! This  seems like something to do on a regular basis anyway, and it is, but when you observe yourself 24/7, you'll see that an average person makes smart ass comments and insults about 3-7 times during a conversation. Try being super nice to everyone for as long as you can, so if you ever come up in conversation, you'll be in the good books. a bonus is if you can incoorperate this behaviour into your everyday life, that way if you two get together he will be even more impressed than before!

3. Show that you like him! don't go right out and say "I like you", just show signs that you do. For instance, when he looks at you smile at him. He will automatically translate this to

"Hi, cutie" or something like that, depending on their understanding of the way you smile. This may seem complicated, but it's actually quite simple when you attempt it. :)

4. If all else fails, ask! Yes, that's right, though it seems hard, just ask the guy if he's interested. it may sound terrifying, but it's simple! just say
"Hi [Insert name], I was just wondering, do you like me?". It's as easy as that. 

Hope This helps!

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