I invite you to take a look at your current profile photo and ask yourself if the shoe fits…
The Clutterville It’s such a shame when guys see an absolutely beautiful woman standing with a hoarder’s dream in the background.
I’m always suspicious of anyone who has photos where their ex is noticeably cropped out, or worse, blurred out.
Men who may have to click to your photo gallery, might think that it’s a little too much work to stop by and check out your profile.
Not only does a photo of you posing in front of a cloudy mirror send the message that you’re a lonely soul incapable of getting a friend to take a few decent photos of you, it also says you don’t own any Windex. However, what is shameful is posting super old photos in an attempt to get more dates.
It’s a disservice to yourself because when we meet you in person, trust me — people can tell.
To my unpleasant surprised, I discovered that women and men are making common online dating profile photo mistakes.
Here is a list of the top 10 worst types of online dating profile photos, women’s edition.
However you look —There’s something very unsettling about seeing a strange man without pants on, yet people seem to think that it’s totally OK to post these kinds of photos on their online profiles.
Here’s my rule: If you wouldn’t walk into a Starbucks without pants on, you certainly shouldn’t be pantsless in your online profile.
When you take a photo of yourself in the bathroom as an example, you’ve got make up on the counter, the toilet seat is up, under garments thrown everywhere and wet towels on the floor, guys will think you’re a “HOT” mess. The Guess Who If you don’t have a decent profile photo as your main photo, you practically vanish into thin air when you’re online.
Group photos of women taken with a bunch of other girls, is also super annoying.
I wanted to pinpoint all of the possible online dating profile photo “no no’s”.
To my surprise, I actually thought women would do a little better than the men with choosing their primary profile photo.