You don't have to be a movie star to be irresistible. All it takes is a little psychology.
Step 1: Hold eye contact Make eye contact with the object of your affection and hold it for three seconds. This makes people a tad uncomfortable, which causes the brain to release phenylethylamine, the brain chemical that’s produced when we’re either very afraid -- or falling in love.
Step 2: Smile & look away Once you've caught the person's attention, smile and look away. After all, you don't want to look like a lunatic.
Step 3: Relax arms and open palms Relax your arms and open your palms to send the message that you're approachable, and square your shoulders and sit up straight to exude confidence.
Step 4: Ask lots of questions Ask lots of questions. Research shows that when people are given a chance to talk about themselves, they rate the listener as extremely interesting!
Step 5: Position body When your target arrives to chat, position your entire body in his or her direction, starting with your feet, to demonstrate your undivided attention.
Step 6: Mirror person's movements Casually begin mirroring the other person's movements and positioning -- people who like each other subconsciously align their movements, and you can create this harmony by doing it on purpose.
TIP: Nod and smile in agreement while your target is talking. Not surprisingly, people like people who agree with them.
TIP: Lean forward as the person talks, which creates intimacy.
Step 7: Do something exhilarating Do something exhilarating on your first date--see a horror movie, go to a rock concert, or ride a roller coaster. The more adrenaline-pumping, the better, because those love-slash-fear chemicals will create an instant bond between you two.
FACT: The average person falls in love seven times before marrying.