Anthropologists call it the eyebrow flash because it's usually lightning-quick.If he touches his belt, hangs his thumb off a front pocket, or even scratches himself down there, you may need to hose him down — he's subconsciously trying to draw your attention to his, ahem, assets.Although you may think he's smitten, he could be playing you.
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"A sneerlike grin is an indication that he's not being sincere with you," points out body language expert Patti Wood.
"It's a split-face gesture: Each side of his face is telling a different story."When a man sees someone he's into, he'll automatically lift and lower his eyebrows, wrinkling his forehead in the process.
But you'll have to keep your eyes peeled to catch a glimpse of this telltale signal.
Our achievements in everything from art to rocket science may be merely a side-effect of the essential ability to charm.
Like every other human activity, flirting is governed by a complex set of unwritten laws of etiquette.
It was my friend Ron who first brought to my attention the vibes our body language gives off to men.