I’ve been receiving what seems like tons of questions about how to behave meeting a sugar daddy for the first time. And I have seen some of the most beautiful and put together women ruin their shot at Sugar due to bad manners. Hopefully, the tips I have for you gals will calm your nerves a bit.
A lot of successful men choose sugar dating because they value efficiency and they don’t want to waste their time, so sugar babies should be straightforward about their needs and expectations. They should also feel free to ask as many questions as necessary to figure out whether a specific sugar daddy’s desired approach, intentions, and expectations match theirs.
Early on, a sugar baby should address how often she’s available and/or willing to meet, and exactly what she expects in terms of gifts, shopping sprees, allowance, help with tuition, credit card payments, vacations, housing, mentorship, etc.
She should also be honest about why she’s choosing the sugar baby lifestyle. Sugar daddies like to know exactly how they’re helping out so they can feel good about their contribution to a young woman’s life.
The Dress Debacle
Dress like the classy hoe that you are. Keep your clothing simple, feminine, and classy. Do not wear sneakers, ripped jeans, t-shirts, workout clothes, or leggings on a first date. He already knows you’re significantly younger, there’s no need to advertise it even more with juvenile fashion.
You can never go wrong with a nice top, watch or necklace, and some skinny jeans paired with boots or some heels.
When it comes to makeup, wear some. Keep it light and natural. If you’re meeting a POT in the daytime for coffee or lunch, skip the smokey eye or crazy cat eye looks with tons of glitter eyeshadow. Apply a light tinted moisturizer, swipe on some mascara, lip gloss, blush, fill in your brows and you’re good to go.
At the Table
The following tips may seem obvious, but again I’ve heard stories and seen horrible manners at beautiful dining places.
When seated, always unfold your napkin and put it on your lap. At the end of the meal, you can place the napkin neatly on the plate or if they have been cleared neatly on the side of the table.