How To Read Faces
How To Read Faces
For anyone interested in understanding people or improving their relationships, reading faces can help a great deal. This video gives you tips on detecting lies through face reading.
In this video, I'm going to tell you how to read faces. As a general rule, if someone is right handed and they are telling you a lie, they are going to look to their left hand side or they are going to look upwards and to the left. Obviously, if they are left handed, the opposite is true.
Another way to read whether somebody is telling you the truth or not, is to study their expression. So, for example, if someone is telling you a statement but their facial expression doesn't match that statement, you can be pretty sure they are not telling you the truth. So, for example, if I was to say that I love salad, while asked favourite, it's unlikely that I'm telling you the truth.
They may also avoid eye contact with you. So, this is really important to really give people eye contact yourself but also to notice where people's eyes are when they are talking to you. If someone has a delayed facial expression, for example, if they tell you they love you but they don't smile to the end of that statement, it's unlikely that it's true again.
Now, obviously, none of these statements are 100% correct and it's important that you study the face of the person you are trying to read before you make any assumptions. So, for example, you could ask them a question you know the answer to. When they give it to you, the honest answer, watch which way their eyes go.
That would give you an indication as to which way their eyes go when they are telling you the truth. You can then start to read what they are telling you and whether it's truthful or not. It's not just about what a person's face is doing but also about anything that's leading towards the face.
So, whether they have a twitch or maybe they tend to rub their nose or touch their chin when they are talking, it's likely that maybe there is nervousness there and maybe they are struggling to tell the truth. And that's how to read faces. .