Interpreting male body language dating
If you smoke, you'll take more drags on your cigarette. You start touching your own mouth more because your lips are ultra sensitive and it feels good.
Plus, it plants the idea in the other person's mind that it could be a good idea to kiss you.
You lock eyes with the handsome man sitting across the dimly lit bar, and instantly, 1,000 questions rip roar through your mind — is he single? Is he sitting by himself simply because his date is late?
But when the eye contact continues, you know he's looking for a reason.
When men are sexually interested, they start playing with circular objects. They remind him of your breasts: his body is "leaking" what's happening in his subconscious mind.
And if he crosses his legs, the top leg will point in your direction.
Masters of intuition and emotional manipulation, adept at body language, able to gauge the emotional temperature of a room quicker than our nipples stiffen in a breeze, you can bet on it that if he's on his way over, armed with courage and a pickup line, you were the one who lured him.
Any exaggerated movement or gesture usually means he's trying to stand out from the group.
Another giveaway: He'll unconsciously detach from his friends by standing slightly apart, hoping to be seen as an individual. They're the equivalent of the female lip lick — "I want to look good for you."Which gestures he chooses depends on his hairstyle and what's going to make it look more flattering.
If he likes what he sees, his lips will automatically part for a moment when your eyes first lock.
The raised brows, parted lips, flaring nostrils and wide eyes give the whole face a friendly "open" expression.