You’re inches apart, the chemistry is amazing but you’re still not sure if they want to kiss you.So how do you know for sure that they want to kiss you?How close they’d like to get depends on how close your respective groins are.
So if their blink rate suddenly increases as you get closer, keep a look out for the other green light signals that reveal they might want to kiss you.Many gestures and expressions can have multiple meanings so if you want to know if they’re interested (and want to kiss you), always look for a combination of increased proximity, eye contact and touch.Watch their stroke style for clues on how they’d like to be kissed.If their touch is light and feathery, gently caress their lips with yours to leave them begging for more.If you’re not sure, brush your lips on their cheek.
If they move their face towards yours you’ve been given the green light.Your eyes lock, lips part, and your first kiss hangs in the air like an unspoken promise. In fact, over 99 per cent of emotional communication during courtship is communicated non-verbally through silent love signals. It might be time to brush up on your body language skills and learn the non-verbal language of love.Time stands still and everything else begins to fade away. The first step to understanding the body language of kissing and how to know if someone is interested (or wants to kiss you) is to look for a cluster of at least three to five simultaneous (green light) signals that indicate initial interest.A rapid blink rate suggests that they’re psychologically aroused (or excited) and you’ve got their attention.When we see something we like (or are thinking about that kiss) a surge of dopamine is released into our vision centers causing our blink rate to increase, sometimes up to seven times the normal rate.Sexual attraction and desire can temporarily block brain impulses that control the lower jaw, causing the jaw to drop and lips to part.