Flirting and Body Language
A team of psychologists at Webster University purport that flirting is more effective than a person’s attractiveness when trying to hook up. They suggest it is the individuals who signal availability and confidence via flirting not the most attractive person that gets the attention of interested on lookers.
The two most universal techniques are smiling and making eye contact. However, women can flip their hair or lick their lips to up their chances of snagging that guy and men can display social dominance such as positioning their body so that it takes up more space.