Ok boys, do you need help figuring out if the girl you like is into you?! Maybe this list can help you out!
She can’t take your eyes off of you
Whether she’s looking at a holiday clothing sale or Channing Tatum, the longer a woman holds eye contact, the greater her level of attraction. Eye contact is an invitation, so much so that women can even feel rejected if you do not respond to their gaze. If you notice her pupils are wider than normal, you can bet you’ll be getting her number. Pupils dilate due to the release of oxytocin and dopamine, another limbic-system-controlled response to attraction. If her eyes are wandering, you’d be better off looking for more responsive company.
She stays close enough for you to kiss her
Pay attention to how she reacts when you move close enough to whisper. Does she turn her cheek to listen closely or pull further away? The greater her level of comfort and attraction, the closer she will position herself and the less space she will put between you. Check out the way she positions personal items, like her purse and drink; if they get in your way, she doesn’t want you to stay.
She starts to act like your reflection
Mirroring, touted as a sales technique to build rapport, is a strong indicator of attraction. Studies have shown that the tendency for two people to move in sync is one of the greatest predictors of attraction. A great example is dancing -- do you seem connected or is she stepping all over your feet? If it just doesn’t feel right, she may be looking for her next partner.
She wants to know you’re into her
In order to feel comfortable wanting you, women need to feel wanted in return. According to the Institute for Social Research, women will act sexually forward in order to see if you’ll make a move. These signals include displaying the neck and licking or biting the lips. If she suddenly starts to settle down and stops sending out the heat, it’s time to go take a cold shower.
She keeps asking you questions
If she’s into you, she’ll want to know more about who you are. Pay attention to how engaged she is in your conversation. Does she try to keep it going and keep asking you questions? Responses that are mainly one word are dismissive and indicate you’re better off moving on.
She wants you all to herself
A woman will make it known that you’re hers if she’s into you. She’ll interrupt you speaking to another girl and make sure that everyone sees you’re together. If she isn’t starting a catfight or two over you, she may not think you’re worth fighting for.
She stalks you on Facebook
Facebook is a goldmine of information. If you find evidence that she’s been digging, such as comments on old photos or links, she’s searching for information about you. Her attraction makes her curious. Be aware -- if there isn’t a friendship request, she may be hoping you don’t connect in real life.
She spends time on you, even when you’re not there
Attraction grows even when you’re not around. A rule of thumb is that she’s yours the moment she starts commenting instead of conversing (communicating when you can’t respond). If she seems distant, she may be waiting for you to make a move but most likely doesn’t have you on her mind.