Use her curiosity. Let her know you're interested but invoke a sense of mystery. Smile at her from across the room without approaching her. She will expect a man to talk to her all night if she knows he’s interested. Approach her once, offer a polite greeting, then walk away. This act will establish your existence in a way that makes her slightly curious about you. Curiosity sparks interest, which leads to other feelings.
Avoid physical contact. Don‘t touch her too frequently. A girl who is playing hard-to-get needs her space. Too much contact will turn her off. Instead of trying to touch her, get to know her. Use this opportunity to understand her and get to know who she is. Find out her interests and her hobbies. Talking about her will end up being more endearing than trying to play a direct and obvious flirting game.
Play hard-to-get. If you followed the steps correctly, she will be interested. Your main priority should be acting independent but still maintaining your attraction to her. Don’t completely dismiss her. You want to let her know that you're still into her, but that you're not letting the desire for attachment get the best of you.
Be honest. Opting for bravado may change her from hard-to-get to never-had-a-chance. Being your authentic self means that she gets to engage with the true you, not the you who's trying to go on a date with her. She's going to respect you more when you're being real with her, increasing your chances of going out with her.
- Respect her time and personal space. Forcing a woman to talk to or go out with you is very disrespectful.