It can happen anywhere: the local coffee shop, the mall, the grocery store or hot night club.
You start hitting it off with someone you could see yourself dating but after several minutes you find that interaction with him or her has come to a sudden halt.
You should be able to sense or feel the vibe behind the look in terms of whether it "feels" good or not.
Lingering and appreciative eye contact is one thing but a look with no sense of warmth or sensuality behind it is more than likely not worth following up on.
As the individual signals become more frequent, clustered and obvious, the more interested (or desperate) is the woman.
So ladies, you may want to study a little body language to make sure you’re sending the right message.
It’s interesting to note that only about 10% of intercommunication between two people is with the spoken word.
The rest comes from a combination of non-verbal exchanges that many people miss, if they are not paying attention.
Eye contact is perhaps the most obvious and easily understood body language indicator, with overlapping similarities applying to both male and female.
Whether you're a man or a woman, if you notice someone looking at you who then either holds the look - indicating a bold and confident personality - or perhaps looks away but then soon looks back at you again, then he or she is indicating interest in you and would probably like to know more about you.