Studies have shown you can create love-like feelings and infatuation from good eye contact. But you also need to be able to do it without being creepy. Hold eye contact for most of the time, but initially, you don’t want to just stare 100% of the time because it makes you look like a psychopath. The mindset to have here is to push your comfort zone a little bit and hold eye contact a lot because you know it will make her feel good. Perhaps 10 seconds eye contact, then 2 seconds break, then 10 seconds again, and repeat. On a first date that’s probably a good rhythm. And as you know each other more, it can increase. When you talk, you’ll naturally look away a little more, but try to also make good eye contact then, as much as you can. It’s great to try it out with a female friend, or even a male friend, and get their feedback.
Try this technique as well: Focus 8 out of every 10 seconds of the time you make eye contact on the dominant eye. The dominant eye usually appears more awake, alive, open, and focused on you. If you look into an eye and she looks over her shoulder because she thinks you are looking past her, that is not her dominant eye. If you look into a non-dominant eye, sometimes she will seem more discontent or distracted. She might even move her head slightly to move her dominant eye closer to where you are looking. We feel more pleasure and greater sense of connectedness when someone spends time looking into our dominant eye. However, if you can't find her dominant eye, just focus mostly on one eye.
This takes practice. Try practicing with friends to develop the right balance, and get their feedback. Try practicing with eye contact videos on youtube.com. Pretend the girl is saying something to you, and listen to your gut, feeling when it would be too long to keep staring. At same time, push your comfort zone a little. This tip can be a very powerful way to dramatically improve your attractiveness to women.
Practice eye contact with this hot girl below:
And if you want to practice eye contact on me, here's a picture. :)