Throughout all time men and women have flirted with each other as a means of conveying their innermost feelings and talking without words. If you learn how to flirt with your eyes, it is more than just fun but a universal instinctive behavioral pattern to be found in all cultures.
When you meet someone new the first impression will be based on 55% appearance and body language and the rest on how and what you say. If you are attracted to someone the most obvious way to flirt is with your eyes, your greatest tool.
Our eyes can be so expressive. Sometimes hard and cold but at others warm and tender. Tearful eyes are a natural way of indicating pain and sometimes laughter but the oldest trick in the book to getting your man is to learn the art of flirting through eye contact.
The ‘across the room eye contact’ is different from holding someone’s attention in conversation as its usually much more intense. If someone catches your gaze and you look away and then look back to find him/her still looking at you the intention is quite clear.
Prolonged eye contact indicates strong emotion. This normally invokes a smile, which creates further stimulus and confidence between the two.
Frequent downward glances suggests demureness which some people find evocatively appealing.
In warm Latin countries, the use of the fan together with the eyes has developed over the centuries into an art form.
Historically single women were always strictly chaperoned so the art of sending signals of their interest to the opposite sex became an accomplishment well hidden from all but the most ardent chaperone.
There are a multitude of different fan designs to choose from, with some being simply utilitarian and others exquisitely beautiful. The fan made its first recorded appearance as early as 3000BC and is still widely used here in Spain.
Basic language of the fan
- Hiding your eyes behind an open fan means – “I love you.”
- A closed fan touching the right eye: “When may I be allowed to see you?”
- Drawing the fan across the eyes: “I am sorry.”
Flirting in Western cultures is often given a bad name and girls in particular are unfairly called teases but it is in fact only social intercourse as long as it takes place at a sociably acceptable occasion.
Using your eyes to flirt is a time-honored tradition and has helped many women catch the man of their dreams with almost never saying a word. Though once you have caught their attention, talking is recommended
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White paper fans with natural wood ribbing perfect for crafts, festivals, parties and weddings. Tie a ribbon on the bottom of these folding fans to color coordinate to your theme! Paper on both sides so you can write or decorate on them! The 10 inch paper fans opens to 16 inches wide and this purchase is for 50 pieces.
Genuine Sandalwood folding fans with a natural subtle sandalwood scent! These carved wooden folding fans are 8 inches long when closed and open to about 13 inches wide. Perfect for weddings or any function where you want to cool yourself or your guests. These sandalwood fans make a nice wedding favor, if you need to use them or not! Each fan comes with a colored tassle (assorted) or you can always remove these and put your own tassel, name tag or colored ribbon on them! Purchase this and you will receive 25 sandalwood fans.
Fan made with heavy plastic ribbing and mylar material, gold on one side, silver on the other. This fan is great for theatrical productions or dance because the fan snaps open with a flick of the wrist. This two sided fan is 10 inches tall and 19 inches across when open. This two sided fan makes a pretty centerpiece, too!