Everyone has their own unique way of flirting, whether that means engaging in witty banter, light teasing, or strong eye contact. One thing's for sure: Some people just seem to be natural-born flirts. And as it turns out, the Myers-Briggs personality types that flirt constantly tend to share several qualities, including Extroversion and Sensing.
It’s no surprise that extroverts tend to be more outwardly flirty. These types feel most energized by being around other people, and therefore, tend to navigate social situations with ease. Extroverts are also known as "open books" — always willing to share what's on their mind. Sensors, meanwhile, are “here and now” people who are super in touch with their senses and surroundings in the present, and tend to notice even the smallest details. Not only that, but they also have a knack for using information from their past experiences to inform their decisions in the moment. In other words, they can learn from every interaction to continually sharpen their flirting skills.
That’s not to say that personalities with a preference for Introversion or Intuition can’t flirt, of course — every type has their own special way of showing someone that they’re interested. But these four personality types just can’t seem to turn off the charm.