Fortunately, it's possible to attract guys to you without even talking to them! To get their attention, wear clothes, makeup, and a hairstyle that make you feel great. Then, use body language to show guys that you're interested in being approached. Finally, draw them to you with subtle behaviors.
Teasing is one of the biggest ways that a man can flirt with you. If he makes fun of you lightly for your clothes, for how you walk, how you laugh, or for any of the other things about you that he actually just thinks are really adorable, then he's definitely flirting with you.
Men love women who are thoughtful, caring, loving and kind. A woman who does little things for her man for no other reason other than that she loves him. A woman who makes him smile back whenever she smiles at him. A woman who radiates love and warmth from her heart.
How can you tell if someone likes you but doesn't show it?
Notice if they look for attention.
Someone who likes you may do something to have you notice them. Watch if they talk louder when you're nearby, or starts laughing with their friends when you're around. They may not talk to you on a social website, but they'll "like" a bunch of things you do online.
The closer he wants to be to you, the more he probably likes you. This body language is a minute way that guys go for physical contact. People who are just being nice don't want to get closer and closer to another person. Instead, they'll keep a safe distance and might lean away if you try to touch them.
Simply be courteous and keep some physical distance between you two whenever you meet. Let him have his space but do let him know you miss him once in a while. Remind him of the fun things you did together before but not anymore. Communicate instead of giving the cold shoulder, hoping to send a message.
They touch you while you talk. Being on the receiving end of an "accidental" arm graze or food bump might mean you're being flirted with. "Often the person will touch your arm or try to brush hands or feet if you are seated at a table or bar," dating and communication coach Sarah Curnoles told Bustle.