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3 Tips for a Great First Date



Going on a first date with someone can cause the jitters. People can struggle to figure out how to make a good impression while they are nervous. By taking the time to prepare beforehand, it can help calm down nerves and ensure the event goes as smoothly as possible.

1. Focus on Hygiene

A dirty face or off-putting smell can ruin a first date. Take a shower and scrub down carefully so as to present a clean and attractive appearance. Use deodorant and find some Gucci Guilty near me or other favorite cologne or perfume. Remember that a subtle hint is best, as too much perfume or cologne can overwhelm others and be distracting.

2. Prepare Conversation Topics

Unfortunately, the conversation between two people who do not yet know each other well may lag. Avoid uncomfortable silences by preparing some neutral topics of discussion. Do not monopolize the conversation with long stories or lectures. Even if the other person is a good listener, they may become frustrated or bored when they are unable to get a word in edgewise. Make a list of questions and listen attentively to the answers so that intelligent responses can be formulated and delivered.

3. Limit Distractions

Silence cell phones and put them away in a pocket or purse. Even though someone may believe that taking a peek at their notifications is unobtrusive, it sends out a poor message. The other person may be offended and feel that they are not deemed more important than whatever text message or game notification has popped up.

Other distractions can include wearing uncomfortable clothing or jewelry. If people are concerned with trying to walk or sit comfortably, they will inevitably pay less attention to their dates.

While not all couples who decide to go on a date will end up together, the event can still go well. As long as someone is clean, tries to be a good conversationalist and stays focused, they can make a better impression.

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