11. Don't underestimate the effectiveness of eye contact. - Deepstash

11. Don't underestimate the effectiveness of eye contact.

If you want to make a great first impression with a potential love interest or get someone's sympathy, focus on their eye color; intense eye-contact can be effective in building trust and connection with another person.


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