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Be confident. Confidence is key. In order to seem sexy to others, you need to believe in your own sexiness, first.
Avoid fishing for compliments or putting yourself down, as these are both marks of insecurity.
On the other hand, you should not gloat or come across as being arrogant about your looks or your strengths.
Pursue your passions. Passion, overall, is a sexy attribute to have. You should be passionate about your interests and passionate about the person you’ve set your sights on.
No matter what your passions are, you should treat them—and talk about them—with vigor. Just don’t get carried away. You can have a passion for music, medicine, or underwater basket weaving, but the moment someone’s attention starts to fade as you talk about it, you should take it as an indication that you’ve talked about it enough.
Pamper yourself. Let yourself believe that you are worth a treat. This inspires self-confidence and boosts self-esteem, both of which are key ingredients of sexiness.
If you can afford something a little special, buy yourself a trip to a day spa, a massage chair, a foot bath/massage device, a great new outfit, or a pedicure kit.
If you don’t have the extra cash, take the time to indulge in a bubble bath or paint your nails.
Respect yourself. Never degrade yourself by thinking that your self-worth and sexiness is determined only by others.
Respect your body. Don’t let others touch you without permission or harass you.
Respect your mind and your heart. If someone tries to degrade, in any way, walk away. That person is not worth your time.
Wear dresses that show off your sexy side. Wear loose sexy clothing that show of bits of your arms, back, and neck.