If you are a man wondering whether a woman is interested. Particularly, when you are looking to figure out whether or not a girl has the hots for you or not, just look for the behaviors.

Yes, women speak a different language of love when compared to a man’s version and the more you know, the better off you will be. Pay attention if a woman is looking around and flipping her hair, touches you then it may be time to ask her out.

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In some cases beyond those flirting behaviors, once a man approached, women also touched in a number of ways to show interest as well. Touching is very attractive and persuasive; even accidental touching can lead to intimacy.

Guys, its really frustrating when you know a beautiful girl is flirting with you and you still behave like you don’t know it. Oh my god! This is the worst. It’s already such a natural fit. You are already attracted to these women! and yet — you do nothing.

If you are not able to figure out whether a girl like you or not below i have thrown light on some key points to watch out for:

 

#1. She makes prolonged eye contact

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Eye contact isn’t necessarily a sign that a woman is attracted to you. After all, good eye contact is just good social behavior. But prolonged eye contact from a woman is anything beyond what’s normal and conversational — is a sign of attraction.

If she’s stealing glances at you every now and then, smiling if you catch her mid glance, or holding eye contact with you. Then you, my friend are being flirted with. So, remember next time when she gazes back at you, she’s trying to pull you in further and prolong the interaction.

 

 

#2. She talks about you

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A girl is most likely interested in you if she walks up and starts a “get to know you” conversation. When a girl is asking you questions, it means she genuinely wants to know more about you.

If you aren’t interested, just tell her. Otherwise, take this as a golden opportunity to walk right in.

 

 

#3. She blushes

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This is the simplest flirt there is, and the hardest to misinterpret. If a woman smiles at you from across the room, a “slow smile” not a nervous or forced smile.

 This means that she wants you to talk to her. When a woman is attracted to you, she very well might blush.

 

 

#4. She goes out of her way

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This can be a little confusing. If a girl is talking with you but alternates between facing you and twisting away from you, then she’s flirting. This also helps a woman stay relaxed and calm. Pay attention to this one as girls like to be mysterious too.

 

 

#5. She touches her neck and hair

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When a girl wants to flirt with a man or wants him to notice her. For that she might bashfully twirl her hair or maybe bat her eyelashes at you. You might have heard this one before, and for good reason.

When it comes to nonverbal cues, this one is quite a prominent one too. So, when you see a woman playing with her hair frequently in a conversation, she might just be showing you how much she’s into you. But mind you, being bored, nervous, or fidgety in general can also explain this behavior.

When you are trying to figure out whether or not a girl is flirting with you or genuinely not interested, it becomes sort of a puzzle. You need to pay attention to the signals, the body language, words, and overall.

Every time a man fails to recognize a women they’re attracted to are flirting with them, a beautiful alluring woman walks out of his life forever. It’s tragic, honestly. So, make sure that’s not you.

Happy Flirting Guys!

 

 

 

 

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