The Body Language of a Girl That Likes You

Updated on March 23, 2019
The Body Language of a Girl that Likes You. She looks deeply into your eyes.
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Is there a girl you're into or one who might be into you? The body language of a girl that likes you is very telling. In fact, it might drive you crazy.

The female specimen is always exciting to observe, but especially if she is flashing any of these "I like you" body language signals your way.

She might throw you only one of these unconscious signals. If you are lucky, sometimes many at once!

She looks deeply in your eyes, usually with her head tilted down a bit, then she looks away.

She might repeat the action once or twice. Or if you see her regularly at school or at work, you might see her do it every so often.

She touches you

Your collar, your shoulder, your arm. The body language of a girl that likes you is different from that of any other woman. Girls rarely touch men unless they are into them.

She bats her eyelashes at you

When a girl likes you sometimes her blinking speeds up, making her lashes flutter. Of course, you will be captivated when you see it.

She touches her lips or her neck

A girl that likes you will often touch a sensual part of their body when you are around -- publicly appropriate, of course. This means you put her in the loving mood.

She tilts her head sideways like a puppy when you speak

This is due to the fact that she finds you fascinating, and is paying extra attention to what you say.

She strokes or tugs on her hair

This is nervous energy on her part.

Her chest heaves

Her heart rate is increasing, making her chest move slowly up and down.

She unconsciously gets close to you

Maybe it is only a few inches closer than a casual acquaintance would, but a girl that wants to be close to you will sometimes move in on your personal space.

She purses her lips

It looks like she is halfway about to kiss you. She might also move her lips around or lick her lips slightly.

Although some of body language of a girl that likes you denotes sensuality, you still have to be careful to approach her carefully. You still have to do the dating and mating dance. If you like her back and are unattached, flirt with her, ask her out, and see where it goes!

© 2013 Hearts and Lattes


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