17 Body Language Signs of Flirting ...


Everybody enjoys flirting, and though they may not quite like to own up to that fact, you can easily spot the biggest body language signs of flirting.

I honestly do not know what the big deal is.

After all, everything in nature flirts – birds, bees, bison, polar bears, and apes.

Flirting is an exciting ol’ fashioned way to attract someone from the opposite sex.

Besides, if it wasn’t for flirting, what would we do?

Go up to each other and declare, “I really dig you and would like to get into bed with you?” Uh-uh!

I prefer something subtler, less direct and whole lot of more fun!

And the best part about flirting is you may not even need to say a word to communicate how you feel.

Here are the top 17 body language signs of flirting.

If you spot them, you know that the other person is very, very, very into you.

1. Eye Contact

Eye Contact

It all starts with the eyes, doesn’t it?

When a guy is flirting with you, he is going to try and make eye contact with you more often than others.2

It’s his way of conveying that he’s interested in you.

Also, when talking a friend or a colleague, he may keep throwing glances your way.

That’s why eye contact is one of the biggest body language signs of flirting.2

2. Attempts to Catch Your Attention

Attempts to Catch Your Attention

It’s pretty simple psychology – you like someone and you want their attention focused on you.

That’s why he’s gonna try pulling various stunts to catch your attention.

He can do this by standing apart from the crowd, wearing nice-smelling cologne, or dressing up smartly for you.

3. The Alpha Male

The Alpha Male

All guys hope to be the alpha male and if they aren’t they will pretend to act like one, probably under the impression that girls are fond of macho stuff.


Watch out for the alpha male behavior, such as putting down other guys in your presence, puffing out his chest, or a pronounced strut or swagger in his walk.2

That's definitely a body language sign of flirting!

Arched Eyebrows While Talking to You
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