When a woman is trying to get your attention from across the room, she’ll lock eyes with you—and then hold the gaze for several seconds. Afterward, she’ll quickly raise and lower her eyebrows, or slowly widen her eyes. Both of these communicate, “Yep, that look was for you!” Several studies have shown that men aren’t genetically programed to detect these eye-contact signals from a woman right away, so if she’s truly interested, she will most likely need to repeat the pattern of “look, hold, look away” two to four times before you get it, Harris says.
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