Having a crush on someone is a normal thing. Getting to know another person and making them like you takes a lot of effort. You can't force someone to love you. Love is a magical thing. However, there are ways you can increase the chances your crush will finally love you.
1. Strike up a conversation. Conversing is a very effective way to get to know somebody and to see if they share the same interests as you do. Starting a conversation or just a quick chat will also help you know whether they are into you or not. Just don't push it. Keep it interesting!
Talk to them on a regular basis making small talk, but occasionally talk about more serious things or engage in a lengthy conversation. If the conversation naturally deepens and you start to share secrets or dreams, you will bond. Listen a lot, and respond compassionately. Don't make the conversation all about you.
Maybe you should go for broke. Consider it, anyway, when the time is right. Tell your crush how you really feel. Lay all your cards on the table at once. Just make sure you two are alone and that you say it as casually as possible.
Try to be in the same groups if you go to the same school. Always smile at the crush but not too eagerly. Do it just enough to get them to smile back and walk over to you. Ask for his or her Snapchat, Instagram, or Facebook because it's less obvious than asking for a phone number, but you'll have the details.
2. Send your crush flirtatious signals, and see if they respond. Try to send signals verbally and through body language. These signals of interest will let the crush know (consciously or subconsciously) that you are crushing on them, and they might just catch feelings for you.
Give small hints with your body language. This may happen on its own. Watch for signs that your crush is doing this too. Open up to your crush, and don't be afraid to show the person your vulnerable side. You need to let the crush know (wordlessly) that they are special.
Laugh a lot. Get a little flirty. Say the person's name. People love hearing their name being said. Compliment the crush. Don't forget to be kind and awesome!
Touch your crush in a flirtatious way. Not in a creepy way. Touch the crush's arm. It will show that you like the crush, but it will not make the crush think you want to date them if they do not want to. Just lightly touch their shoulder, or give them a high-five, or even a hug goodbye. Bite your lip, coyly smile when they tease you, run your fingers through your hair (always works), and blink more than usual.
3. Make eye contact. These things just happen. Getting someone to notice you is hard, as is keeping their attention. If you want someone to notice you, make eye contact, but not for too long. It's sort of like playing with a small pet and dangling a string in their faces. Pulling the string back and forth keeps their attention.
This doesn't mean you stare at the crush constantly. That can give anyone a big creep factor. To make eye contact with a crush, you should glance at them, smile, and then put your head down or look away shyly. This will give the crush a hint that you like them without freaking them out.
Eye contact also conveys confidence, which is appealing to most people because it's a way of building intimacy. People who are in love have more eye contact, studies show.
4. Create a friendship, and be around the crush more. It is very common for two friends/best friends to fall in love or fancy each other after being friends for quite a long time. Knowing what your crush's hobbies, interests and turn-offs are will boost your chances of becoming their partner.
Try talking to them as a friend first. If you approach the person as a crush, they will only see you as someone who likes them. This could potentially be problematic if they don't like you because they will be less likely to want to get to know you. Become friends first, and then later try to pursue them.
Make sure they feel comfortable around you, through communication. Get to know them and let them know you (what you like, what you don't like....etc.) This determines whether you are compatible or not.
5.e confident in yourself. Don't change who you are or make excuses. Game playing and people who shape-shift to become someone they aren't will turn people off. People like a bit of mystery, and they are drawn to confident people.
Have a life outside of them. The more you do, the more interesting you become. Don't forget to also look cool but interesting. The more interesting you become, the more intrigued your crush will become about you.
Whether it's your body shape or your witty comebacks, you have a strong suit. Figure it out, and once you do, work on bringing it out.
If you have to change yourself to get your crush to like you, they're probably not worth it. Most crushes don't last more than four months, and someone better might come along. If someone takes your crush don't go crazy.
6. Ask her out!.