So by drawing attention to your mouth, you are creating an automatic response, triggering your target to approach you and start a conversation.If you want attention from that special someone, make your lips the focal point.In new or "pre-relationships" however, non-verbal methods of communication are far more important than content.Simply put: it's not what you say, but how you say it.It sends a strong message that you’re interested and are willing to have a conversation.It should not look creepy or forced, so before you go out, try it out.I won’t give away all the secrets I have, you’ll have to read the book to get them yourself, but I will give you a few nonverbal cues to be on the look-out for and tips on how you can master them yourself. You can read my other posts about relationship and dating advice on Cupids Pulse that tell you how to smile, how to spot a real versus fake smile, or how to give good eye contact, so I’ll skip these things.The truth is, if you were to perfect these flirting cues, you just might have lines of people waiting to get to know you. Related Link: Dating Expert Gives Five Body Language Cues to Look For on a First Date 1. You have to understand that there are nonverbal cues that will trigger reactions from us. Putting attention to your mouth, such as a lick, a bite or nipping at a straw will trigger a response from the person you are targeting.
Would you be surprised to learn that all of these are wrong? Eye contact is the first thing I observe that will tell me if two people will be a strong match.
Even when we begin to talk to someone, we're usually engaging in small talk while trying to "figure out" their level of interest.