When it comes to dating eye contact is particularly important because it is often the clearest indication if there is a physical attraction and connection.
When you were around 10 years old, chances are someone passed a folded sheet of notebook paper and it read in 10-year-old scribble: "Do you like me? Check yes, no or maybe." You smiled and checked the "yes" box. But as we've gotten older, the dating scene's gotten much trickier.The mouth is the centre of most facial expressions and the expression that will encourage most openness from your date is obviously smiling – relax, smile and show you are enjoying yourself.A real smile is symmetrical and will produce creases around the eyes and mouth whereas a fake smile will generally be a mouth only gesture. Head movements When you are talking to someone and they are nodding along with what you are saying you naturally feel encouraged to continue and as though they are paying attention but this nodding could have an even deeper meaning according to Judi James – ‘Keep up eye contact when they’re speaking and use nods that are paced to their dialogue, a metronomic gesture to show that you are synchronised, which also suggests sexual compatibility.’ 5.We also pick up on people flirting with us: But what these statistics tell us is that the majority of the best flirting is conducted through body language and not cheesy pickup lines or other forms of verbal communication.Of course there are differences in the way men and women do use body language to flirt.