I sometimes also call this the “death stare” or the “predatory look.” It’s the ability to stare into someone else and make her feel as though you’re staring directly into her soul... preparing to DO something to her, though she can only guess at WHAT.
This is one of those things that can be extremely effective wielded properly – it can shoot through the roof, make you physically intimidating even to men twice your size, and communicate “I mean business” to anyone and everyone like nothing else really can (although it can also send you directly to creepy guy land if you aren’t careful how you deploy it).
These slight body changes in others alert us to how they are feeling about us from moment to moment.
Here are some of the subtle changes the eyes can detect.
When a person looks around, at the mouth and maybe even lower body parts, there is "lust in those orbs!
One of the most powerful means of communicating with others nonverbally is by calling up your most piercing, incisive eye contact.
Cartoonists know this and use it to make their characters appear young and appealing by drawing them with large eyes and small nose and ears.
Women throughout history have also taken advantage of this fact and made themselves look younger by using makeup to increase the apparent size of their eyes. ) Compare her ear size with the much younger woman above. First, a large area of white is revealed indicating "femaleness" and good health.
A woman in Australia reported accidentally killing a kangaroo with her automobile and later seeing the mate standing over it and weeping.
So, he set to work and read every book he could find, studied every teacher he could meet, and talked to every girl he could talk to to figure out dating.