You've spotted that guy whom you find particularly attractive, someone you're interested in. And right now, what you want is the opportunity to get to know him, spend some time together, and determine whether he is really right for you. It's time to turn on the charm: Follow these nonverbal flirtatious moves and put them to good use!
It's been said that eyes are the windows to the soul. If you think about it, there are so many things your eyes can communicate to your partner – whether it's your spirit or your intent – without even saying a word. When two people first lay eyes on each other, they can instantly send and receive messages from the contact: Shy glances, cool assessment or even sexual interest. And when you gaze deeply into a guy's eye, you're actually transmitting the signal that you think he's the most fascinating person in the room.
Smiling is one of the most dynamic forms of body talk. When you smile at someone sincerely, you're telling the person that you're enjoying the time you are spending together. If he's interested in you, your smile also works to resassure him that he's done all the right things to leave a good impression!
Leaning toward him
Have you talked to someone and noticed the person leaning forward in his chair, and you felt like the person was really excited about what you had to say? That's because this forward-leaning gesture physically conveys interest and acceptance, say body language experts.
It's not just a human trait: Many animals, too, exhibit preening behavior in the presence of prospective mates in order to make themselves more attractive.
Mirroring his actions
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. And mirroring, which simply means mimicking the other person's movements and gestures, is a big sign of attraction. When you alter your body language to mirror someone, such as leaning forward when he does, or raising your glass when he takes a sip from his drink, you're subconsciously trying to build rapport with him. It's amazing how quickly people respond to behavior that mimics their own.