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You can't bring love down to a science.

However, there are a few facts about attraction that could help you land a date.

The more you know about the way a person's brain works, the better your chances will be of finding the right guy for you.

That's why you should use these fascinating facts to your advantage by using them to attract a cutie:

1. Symmetrical Faces Are Considered Attractive

People with symmetrical faces are typically considered more attractive than others.2

Even though you can't change the shape of your face, you can do a few things to create the illusion of a more symmetrical face.

Wearing sunglasses is a quick fix that doesn't require much work.2

Of course, you can always contour in order to create shadows on the correct places on your face.

And, of course, you should always make sure that your shadow and liner are symmetrical.

2. We Consider People like Us Attractive

As strange as it sounds, we're actually more attracted to people who look like us.

So if you want to land a date, it helps to search for a guy who shares a few of your physical qualities.

If you do, then there's a larger chance that you'll end up finding each other attractive enough to go out with.

3. The Age Your Parents Had You Affects Attraction

The age that your parents had you affects the type of people that you're attracted to.

If your parents were young when they had you, then you should be attracted to younger looking faces.

Meanwhile, if your parents were older when they had you, then you should be attracted to more mature looking faces.

4. Adrenaline Makes More People Look Attractive

Adrenaline simulates the way you feel when you're turned on.

Your heart will beat faster and your body will start sweating.

That's why it's easier to find others more attractive when adrenaline is pumping through your veins.

So if you want to land a date, try going skydiving, or at least to the gym.2

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