Since you’re reading this, I’m assuming that you’re not necessarily looking for Mister “‘sup gurl, u fine. In general, the rules that I’ve outlined before for guys and online dating still apply for women; write with proper grammar and spelling, know which parts of your dating profile are critical (about yourself, what you’re looking for) and which you can blow off (cheesy “I Couldn’t Live Without…” lists and the like). The best online dating profile in the world won’t mean anything if your profile photos are working against you.Single figure photos work best; the less work men have to do identifying you in a crowd, the better.Genuine smiles and candid photos are more attractive than stiff poses; you should let your personality shine through rather than giving the standard Glamour Shots Special.A note on “sexy” photos; you’ll see many women’s profiles with extremely low cut tops, deep cleavage shots, bikini pics, “self-portrait in the bathroom mirror” style lingerie photos and other cheesecake-y poses. Also: If you have any physical aspect that you feel is less than “perfect”, don’t make the all-too common mistake of trying to hide it, disguise it or otherwise de-emphasize it.
Whether you feel your nose is too large, your breasts or too small or you’re just a whole lot of woman, a dishonest photograph will only hurt you in the long run – eventually you’re going to want to meet some of these guys in person and they’re going to see the truth.
I’m going to level with you here: your photos are going to be first – and possibly last – thing guys look at when they visit your profile.
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