Are piercings intimidating
Just to dive deep into the eyes and communicate without a single word.
Sure, it wasn't the smartest thing to do, because as often as not it gave me away immediately, but it’s a natural response of hiding in children – perhaps if I don't see "it", "it" won't see me.
In this last post about body language and eye contact in action series I'd like to talk about the use of the dominant gaze - Primarily from the male perspective, as the last post was focused mainly on the attractive body language of the female's eyes.
I also wish to speak about meaning behind the eye glare– how to use it and to know what you can do to help you disarm it.
Like the dominant gaze, it's more than just a physical "trick" – it has a lot to do with how you feel inside.
If you have fear or feel insecure at that moment, it would be extremely hard not flinch first.
It won't make you the most popular person in the world. Sometimes It can lead to some real trouble if you don't know what you're doing. If on the other hand you need to deal with someone who likes to use this eye glare to intimidate you, remember that you got the option to avoid it.