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Primary Attraction

When it comes to courtship, attraction and curiosity is the point from where it starts. Getting attracted towards member of opposite sex means noticing and paying extra attention to physical (and intellectual) attributes with pleasure and spontaneity. Getting attracted is to like inviting others attention. It’s way of making other to re-direct their attention towards ourselves and consider us favorable about them.
Eyes tell everything to each other.
When we find something interesting and attention worthy, our facial framework goes through dramatic makeover in no time. Facial muscles get relaxed, eyebrows are slightly raised, eyelids are considerably elevated and faint smile lingers. Off course, attraction has most to do with eyes since they receive visual clues and express interest clearly.

If we are looking are at is more appealing then our pupils get dilated enormously within milliseconds and stay so for 2-3 seconds. It’s most powerful precursor to attraction. That's why looking or making others to look into eyes is crux of courtship.

Moreover, our torso starts pointing towards the person we feel attractive. If we wear glasses, we slightly adjust them. We turn our face towards it. We capitalize every opportunity to look at the person. We appear more open for listening, responding and appreciating.

Attracting someone's attention has to do with looking differently than others because its hardwired in our brains to pay attention to things which appear different than that are typical or what we routinely observe. Primary attraction is mostly subjected to appearance and physical form at initial stage of courtship.

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