What is the first thing you notice about a person?
I was just wondering how other people look at me,
what do they look at first?
How you dress,how you hold your head,how you walk,how you smile,how you talk and present yourself first.
The first thing I notice about a person is their eyes and their smile, both features can be very expressive and tell alot about what the person is about. It is also a nice way to break the ice and start a conversation too!
I would also say, the eyes and the smile are the most important. Sure, body language is an important issue, too, but it is mainly the smile and if the eyes are in it or not, which makes all the difference to me.
I was going to say eyes and smile but the beautiful Research Analyst conveyed that much better.
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