Or in other words — one where you look like the super-hot version of yourself, and one where you look like the “normal” version of yourself (aka what she’ll likely see on the first date).
Nothing makes more of an impact on your dating profile than your main image.
One thing I can't get over is how notoriously bad men's dating site profile pictures are.
It's like they put zero attention and effort into trying to present their best self (although it's a problem when they put too much focus on it), and yet they're doing nothing but assessing women's photos for "hotness" potential.
Finally, tell her something about yourself — your hobbies, preferred destinations, etc. This one can include friends, so long as it’s evident which person is you.
I think Piercey’s three “essential” photos are comprehensive, but I would one more: .
If you were trying to sell a house, would you take a photo with the paint chipping, the door falling off, litter on the ground and bad landscaping?
We are not saying take "glamour" shots or posed studio shots, because they won't reflect the relaxed you.
Women attract 60 percent more attention with photos taken indoors, whereas men do 19 percent better with shots that showcase their outdoorsy side.READ: How To Take Sexy-As-Hell Selfies (As Explained By Naked Barbie)Men's photos are blurry and out of focus, as if the guys snapped the photos and posted without reviewing them.I've also seen guys use photos from their past that were completely inappropriate: the guy on his wedding day, dancing with his wife, and another guy mugging it up in a cemetery come to mind. I decided to have a little fun and take selfies in some of the poses I've seen men use, knowing full well if women did this, the entire online dating world would crumble.1.” Zoosk’s study also turned up what is arguably the single most baffling online dating statistic of all time.The emoticon :-) will net you a 13 percent increase in replies, but :) results in a mysterious 66 percent decline.