How to Master Your First Date with a Sugar Daddy: Part 1


First meet­ings can be nerve-wracking, espe­cially when you don’t know what to expect. For a lot of women, nerves can get the best of them when they’re meet­ing a new sugar daddy in per­son for the first time. But with the right infor­ma­tion, it’s easy to keep those nerves in check. If you’ve got a first date com­ing up with a poten­tial sugar daddy, here are a few point­ers to help you get started on the right foot.

• Get to know him. Before meet­ing this new sugar daddy in per­son, make sure you get to know him first. You shouldn’t agree to meet any­one in per­son until you’re 100% comfortable.

• Dress appro­pri­ately. First impres­sions can make or break your rela­tion­ship with a new sugar daddy, so keep that in mind when you’re pick­ing out your out­fit. There’s a dif­fer­ence between being skimpy and sexy; think fit­ted mid-length pen­cil skirt over mini pleather skirt, or fit­ted blouse over sheer crop-top. If you don’t know what type of look your new sugar dad­dy­would pre­fer, then play it safe, like pro­fes­sional with a touch of sex appeal.Pick some­thing that’s classy and ele­gant, but that still reflects your per­sonal style. And dress accord­ing to your plans. What you’d wear for din­ner would be dif­fer­ent than an after­noon hike.

• Ease up on the makeup. It’s one thing to dress up for a night on the town with your girl­friends, but when you’re meet­ing a sugar daddy for the first time, tone it down. Go for a more nat­ural look so that he can see what you really look like. You shouldn’t have to hide behind a pound of makeup.

• Get primped. You don’t need to get a full-out up-do for the occa­sion, but there’s noth­ing wrong with putting in a lit­tle extra time and effort to get ready for your first date with a sugar daddy. After all, you want to make a last­ing impres­sion, right? Sim­ple things like a man­i­cure, a new pair of shoes, and a new hair­cut can go a long way in help­ing you look and feel your best.

• Share your plans. Safety always comes first. Share all the details of your first date with a close friend or fam­ily mem­ber so that at least one per­son knows your where­abouts. Tell them where you’re meet­ing your new sugar daddy, how you’re get­ting there and back, and what time you think you’ll be home. It’s also help­ful to share details about your new sugar daddy, like what he looks like (make sure you know what he looks like before agree­ing to meet), what he does for a liv­ing, and so on. It’s always bet­ter to be safe than sorry.

• Make your own travel arrange­ments. Arrange to meet your sugar daddy at your agreed upon date spot—just be respect­ful and show up on time—and make your own way home. For your own safety, it’s best to avoid get­ting into a car with some­one you’re only just meet­ing for the first time.