Woman shares 3-second eye trick that makes people like you ‘every time’

An influencer has shared a very useful hack using a "psychology" eye trick that supposedly makes people fall for you instantly.

Sophie-Rose Lloyd said the trick is based on where you look and it only works when the person is talking to you.

She explained the how-to on TikTok, saying: "You're going to want to do this on somebody that you know you really like and have a mutual interest with.

"You want to make sure you're in a one-on-one conversation with this person.

"It might not work if you're in a group because their attention might be on all the people around the table, they might not be looking at you for the duration of the time you do it."

Have you tried this on your crush? Let us know in the comments below.

To do the eye trick, she says: "You want to look in their left eye for one second, to their lips for one-and-a-half to two seconds and then to their right eye.

"You want to make sure it's them speaking to you when you do it, it's probably not going to work if you're speaking while doing it because they'll be looking at your lips when they're moving."

The TikToker said it works for her every time when she has tried it on people she'd liked, as well as her best friends.

"I can guarantee if done with the right person at the right time, they will literally be like, 'WHAT?'" she adds.

She further explained in the comments that it's a mutual way of "showing affection and love".

"It's a way of indirect communication," Sophie wrote. "Eye contact has been psychologically proven to enhance relationships."

Many viewers were keen to try out the hack, with one saying: "I'm about to make the world mine!"

Another penned: "I did this tonight with my childhood crush and just be careful."

Others asked if it worked on FaceTime and wearing face masks and Sophie demonstrated it in another video with her wearing a face mask.

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