Anna Delvey and Elizabeth Holmes had the same tell: their hair
Alexander Chamorro

Lying to someone effectively is often less about the content of the lie than about how it's told and who's telling it. People will believe wildly implausible things if the presentation is compelling and the lie is convenient for them - say, that a 25-year-old Russian nobody is actually a German heiress hoping to build Soho House, But For Art.