The male body language for flirting involves grooming. This is a primitive instinct signaling care. This is a subconscious effort to take care of people you want to socialize with. Men who are a bit forward could try to touch you randomly, but in a subtle way.
“Three cheers for this guy!” says Hogan. “He’s not trying to impress you; he’s just trying to listen to you.” But Cox says it may be a physical thing. “We self-stroke’ when we desperately want to stroke the person in front of us but don’t feel like we can yet.” Regardless, this guy is a keeper.
As mentioned before, his eyes speak the truth while the tongue is likelier to spew a handful of lies. If you want to read his mind, unravel his hidden secrets, you might unlock the answer by constantly gazing into his eyes. After all, eyes are the to the soul! Make direct eye contact, he might either look away instantly out of immense coyness or rivet his gaze on you for a considerable amount of time. He might react by winking seductively which is a dead giveaway of his burning desire to have you in his arms. Notice that he might be staring at you from the corner of his eye or observe the quick eye-angle changes. Similarly, enlarged pupils strongly indicate a high level of physical attraction and interest.
Public distance. 3.7m to 4.5m. Examples of those who often operate in public distance are teachers or those who talk to people in groups. Non-verbal communication is critical but often exaggerated. Hand gestures and head movements can be more important than facial expressions as the latter are often not perceived.
thought he had found the perfect match when he met Sharon, but Sharon wasn’t so sure. Ted is good looking, hardworking, and a smooth talker, but seemed to care more about his thoughts than Sharon’s. When Sharon had something to say, Ted was always ready with wild eyes and a rebuttal before she could finish her thought. This made Sharon feel ignored, and soon she started dating other men. Ted loses out at work for the same reason. His inability to listen to others makes him unpopular with many of the people he most admires.
Another sign he likes you is to notice the size of his pupils. This can take some time to get used to doing. But, if you watch closely, his pupils will dilate when he’s looking at you and get smaller when he looks away. This is completely involuntary. Everyone’s pupils dilate when we look at things we like…a baby, a puppy, a flower or you!
looking right and down eyes accessing feelings This is a creative signal but not a fabrication – it can signal that the person is self-questioning their feelings about something. Context particularly- and other signals – are important for interpreting more specific meaning about this signal.
As the cliché goes, sometimes it’s not about what you say but what you do that really shows how you feel about someone. Body language is a universal way to express yourself, allowing you to communicate without words things like, “I love you,” “I miss you,” or “I need my space.” While we often hear tips from therapists and relationship experts about how to talk to your partner about tough topics, it’s less common to hear tips about what to do physically in order to keep your relationship healthy (and we’re not talking about great sex or working out at the gym).
Even within each channel, there can be great variation. For instance, not all facial expressions are equally easy to understand. People are generally better at reading facial expressions that are pleasant rather than unpleasant. One study found that individuals are better at accurately interpreting happiness, contentment, and excitement, compared to anger, sadness, fear, and disgust. 
Overactive eyelids. If she’s batting her eyelashes, she’s definitely flirting. While this move is very cliched, the stereotype comes from somewhere. If a woman is interested in you, she’ll blink slightly faster than she would normally.
When we’re talking to someone we’re not into, we easily get distracted by everything around us. Maybe you notice the dog crossing the street or the car that’s parking – all the details that don’t really matter, you see. But when he’s around you, an explosion could have gone off and he wouldn’t have noticed. When a man is into a woman, everything around them that isn’t you becomes irrelevant because everything else isn’t you. He’s not taking his attention off of you for one moment.
You can also try the clock trick. Look abruptly at the clock, then back at her, unless you were watching her from the corner of your eye. Any object works for this. If she was looking where you were looking, she was probably watching you. But beware, she might have thought you saw something dangerous or interesting and wanted to find out what it was.
Hi! He’s interested but not ready to make a move. Go ahead and talk to him but don’t expect any real reciprocation until he’s ready. If you can just stay friendly and leave the door open you’ll be ok. If you start putting a lot of home and effort you’ll chase him away.
I may be your quintessential faceless author, but I will confess to being irredeemably male. This article is a mix of research and personal experience, and seeing myself in many of these gestures and situations was quite an eye-opener. Some seemed a little far fetched too me, or at least easily misread. But the vast majority were strikingly true (of myself and other guys I know) simply because they are not cultural affectations, but are gestures, postures and signs that are genetically ingrained in us. Without further a-do, I give you…
If you walked in the room and he already had the pose, odds are another girl has caught his eye, however if this change in Body Language happens just as you entered the room, this is a Body Language Attraction sign.
In most cultures the Head Nod is used to signify ‘Yes’ or agreement. It’s a stunted form of bowing – the person symbolically goes to bow but stops short, resulting in a nod. Bowing is a submissive gesture so the Head Nod shows we are going along with the other person’s point of view. Research conducted with people who were born deaf, dumb and blind shows that they also use this gesture to signify ‘Yes’, so it appears to be an inborn gesture of submission.
eyebrow raising (eyebrow ‘flash’) eyes greeting, recognition, acknowledgement Quickly raising and lowering the eyebrows is called an ‘eyebrow flash’. It is a common signal of greeting and acknowledgement, and is perhaps genetically influenced since it is prevalent in monkeys (body language study does not sit entirely happily alongside creationism). Fear and surprise are also signalled by the eyebrow flash, in which case the eyebrows normally remain raised for longer, until the initial shock subsides.
Here’s a picture of Justin Beiber. What are his thumbs pointing at? Yes, that’s right, his crotch. In this case wants everyone to know just how cool he thinks he is. If he was doing this with a girl he met for the first time though, we’d know he was attracted to her.
Proxemics is the technical term for the personal space aspect of body language. The word was devised in the late 1950s or early 1960s by Edward Twitchell Hall, an American anthropologist. The word is Hall’s adaptation of the word proximity, meaning closeness or nearness. (See personal space.)
When a man is wearing tight-fitting trousers, small-size Speedos or dangling the long end of a belt or a bunch of keys in front of their crotch, it means they’re putting their masculinity on display. It’s the same as a woman with a push-up bra.
Watch any group of young males together, especially where manly attitudes are encouraged, such as on sporting teams, and you will see random continuing adjustment of guys’ genitals as each male unconsciously tries to assert his masculinity in front of the others. Women are horrified when a man then proceeds to get her a drink using the same hand he just used for his adjustments and he then greets people with a handshake.