When attracted to someone, people's face blood vessels expand, causing a warm, reddish glow, seen when caught staring or conversing - a definite sign of interest.
Eyes reveal truth in communication. Meaningful eye contact signifies intimacy and shared emotions. Her frequent gaze seeks validation and connection.
Body orientation reveals attraction: Open posture - leaning in, facing you - signals keen interest. Closed posture, leaning/turning away, indicates disinterest.
When attracted to someone, self-consciousness arises, leading to appearance worries. Constant fidgeting with hair and clothes signals her interest.
Humans have sensory asymmetry, e.g., one ear more sensitive. Tilting head when talking shows interest without turning away. Girl's head tilt signals genuine engagement.
Around others, we mask our quirks, but with potential bonds, real selves emerge. If she's happier, freer, and playful around you, attraction might be brewing.
In sync individuals show mirrored brain patterns, seen in subconscious movement mirroring. Test interest by changing gesture – if she follows, she's likely intrigued.
Laughter is universal for enjoyment. If she laughs more with you, it could signal attraction. Test with a lousy joke to gauge her interest.