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"Psychology love eye trick"

A “psychology love eye trick” that will supposedly help you make your love interest fall in love with you.

In a viral post, TikTok user Sophie-Rose Lloyd demonstrated the triangular eye movement called the “love triangle,” necessary to pull off the trick.

Once you’re on a one-on-one with your romantic target, be sure to:

  1. Look at their left eye.
  2. Look at their mouth.
  3. Look at their right eye.

Note: This only works on people you already have common interests and connection with. The trick doesn’t typically work with strangers, Lloyd explained


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Jack of all people-related trades, master of none. Majored in Psychology, Customer Service Assoc for a few Years, HR Officer for 4, Manager and ESL Teacher for over 11 yrs now, an artist since birth.

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