Touching the nose means that something negative happened
When a person believes that something negative happened, the blood capillaries in his nose dilate and give him an itching feeling. If a person hears or says a negative thing or sees something he didn’t like, he might feel like touching his nose.
Touching the eyebrows means that something positive happened
When a person finds that something positive happened or when he hears a positive comment, he might feel like touching his brows. They typical won’t usually notice any connection as those gestures are triggered by the subconscious mind.
Touching the ears mean that something negative was heard
If a person hears a negative phrase or if he says something that doesn’t appeal to him, he might feel like touching his ear.
Touching the chin shows that a person is thinking
When a person starts thinking about a topic deeply he might feel like stroking his chin. People can also touch their chins when they analyze something or evaluate it.
Rubbing the eyes means that something negative was seen
If a person sees something negative or if he visualizes a negative scenario, he might feel like rubbing one or both of his eyes.
People sometimes touch their noses or ears when they lie
If a person doesn’t like the fact that he is telling a lie, he might either touch his nose or ear while telling the lie. (See Why do people touch their nose while speaking?)
Itching for other reasons
A person can get an itching feeling for any other reason that is not psychological.
Rubbing the face can indicate frustration
A person can feel like rubbing his face or the back of his neck with his palms if he feels frustrated.
Touching the forehead near the brows can be a positive sign
A person can feel like scratching the area of his forehead near his eyebrows if he believes that something positive has happened. (See Why do people touch their eyebrows while speaking?)
Stroking the lips can show that a person is thinking
When a person thinks about a topic or evaluates something, he might feel like touching his lips or stroking them.
Scratching the top of the head indicates confusion
If a person feels confused or if he receives too much information that he couldn’t handle, he might feel like scratching the top of his head.
Why do people touch their face while speaking?
What does it mean when someone touches their face while talking? What does putting your hand on your face mean?