“I was sitting at the bar when he walked into the room and looked at me.
I met his eye contact and smiled.” My friend was asking how I had managed to attract the attention of a particular gentleman, and so I obliged her with a blow-by-blow of our meet cute.
If you look back and he's gone or distracted, don’t despair, because there will be other men with a pair of fine eyes and a steadfast stare.
These three steps are standard practice for me when I’m out and see a guy I wish would approach me.
In fact, men counsel other men on receiving eye contact.
It is her cue, they say, that she wants him to talk to her.
Let’s face it, most of the time we are idly talking to this man hoping the one across the room will walk over and talk to us.
Would you want to just walk up to someone who has not given you any reason to think she’s interested back?
Guys dislike rejection as much as we do, so they look for signs that you might be open to their approach.
Your shyness will lower a few notches and returning his gaze will be easier.03. Naturally, you will look away after you first lock eyes with him—and be sure you do because otherwise it can feel more intense than friendly.
After you look down for another five seconds, look back.