There are a few secret things which women won’t let you know while they check out men. It’s difficult to know whether women are checking you out or not. Women are also interested in men which can be seen by their actions. Women don’t accept the things easily so there are few ways to know that women are checking you out:
Position of the Body
There are few clearer signs of definite attraction than the position of the body.
Lots of guys worry about whether or not she’s touching her hair or her clothes or these other super subtle cues. Reading her body language is actually much simpler than that. The more she’s facing you, the more likely she is to be interested. And the more she’s facing away, the more she has her mind on other things.
Eye contact is a universal symbol of human attraction. In fact, even infants maintain eye contact with people they’re interested in. People tend to stare intently at those they are attracted to for between two and three seconds, a look is known as the copulatory gaze. If she’s really interested in you, her pupils will dilate during this time period, which is kind of cool if you can catch it happening.
Eye contact is so basic, yet so many men overlook it when they’re looking for signs of attraction in girls they’re talking to. Much like the position of her body, she’s simply not going to think that eye contact is a way to “fake” interest. On the contrary, she’s much more likely to use a lack of eye contact to get away from a guy she’s not interested in. So if you’re talking to her and she’s looking you in the eye while you’re speaking, don’t worry. She’s interested in what you have to say. Now your job is to keep her interested.
Sharing the Self
A powerful way women convey attraction is by sharing stories about themselves. And it’s not just women who do this. According to a study in the Social Psychology Quarterly, men are also prone to sharing secrets with women, especially women they’ve just met if they’re attracted.
Simply sharing “safe” or self-aggrandizing information about you is no way to create a real connection. In fact, we don’t share even mildly embarrassing details about our lives with people that we have no interest in getting to know further. The risk is far too great.
When a woman is attracted to you, she very well might blush. This can either be because attraction makes body temperature rise or due to the stress of being attracted to a guy. In fact, some have theorized that blush makeup started as a way to mimic the effect of the real thing, thus signaling interest to men.
Blushing is interesting because it’s entirely autonomic. She can’t fake attraction to you by blushing. She does it involuntarily. And while she might be blushing for other reasons (if you said something that embarrassed her, for example), consider the context. Have you just said something that might embarrass her or stress her out? If not, she’s probably blushing because you’re such a dashing gent.
When women are interested in a man, they generally don’t like anyone to stand between the two of them. On the other hand, holding a purse between the two of you can be a way to “hide.” A woman turned toward you, holding her purse to the side is a good sign.
Both men and women change the tone and the pitch of their voices when speaking to someone they’re attracted to, according to a report in The Journal of Nonverbal Communication. Specifically, what researchers found is that when speaking to someone we’re attracted to, our vocal tone tends to go down. And while getting a baseline on something like her breathing (elevated heart rates and shallow breathing are also signs of attraction) might be severe, vocal tone changes are easier to notice and detect.
The tone of her voice is a rare sign of attraction that has a few other explanations. She might raise or lower the volume of her voice based on the situation you two are in. She’s probably not going to lower the pitch of her voice for any “reason.” She’s going to do it automatically, without thinking much about it, because she’s attracted to you.
The Correspondent Bureau