3. When you’re talking with someone, look at this person’s feet. The direction they point to may reveal a lot.
One of the sure signs, when it comes to body language, is the direction that the feet are pointing. If a person is talking to someone else, but their feet are pointing at you, they subconsciously want to get your attention. It’s interesting that this sign usually appears first — at first a person moves their feet toward the person they like, and only then do they show all other signs of sympathy.
4. Raised eyebrows don’t just indicate surprise.
When you greet a person who likes you, they involuntarily raise their eyebrows. The more they like you, the more visible the raised eyebrows will be. But this gesture is hardly perceptible and can be easily overlooked.
5. If someone near you sits or stands while keeping their back exaggeratedly straight, this person might be trying to attract your attention.
When men are talking to a woman they like, they tend to subconsciously keep their back straight or even tilt their back a bit. This way, a person kind of shows off all of their strong features and becomes a bit taller. But at first sight, it may seem like they’re trying to distance themselves from you.
6. When someone pays you insincere compliments, pay attention to this person.
Many people don’t pay compliments to people they like for a simple reason: They think you’re so perfect that they don’t need to remind you about that.
But when they do give you a compliment, it feels forced and even insincere for the same reason. A person thinks that you know that you look good, so they feel uncomfortable and end up saying all kinds of nonsense