Earlier this month, it was revealed in a study by eHarmony that millennials are actually the generation who place the least emphasis on physical appearance when looking for a partner. So how do you get those photos right? Dating app Hinge has just revealed the results of a study http nippleslip video eu aviation sex html aimed to determine exactly which pictures are most likely to get you a match in the brutal world of dating apps.
Whilst some of the findings are obvious - everyone knows bathroom mirror selfies are a no-no - others may surprise you.
They could then work out which factors received the most positive response, particularly because unlike other dating apps, Hinge users can react and respond to individual photos.
The best photos show people doing sports, enjoying a night out or smiling. On the other hand, wearing sunglasses, using Snapchat filters or posing with someone who could be a boyfriend or girlfriend is to be avoided. For women looking for dates, they should wear their hair up, smile with their teeth, look away from the camera and stand alone.
Men on the other hand are better off smiling without their teeth, looking straight ahead and also standing alone. Sporty photos, however, are big winners - women are per cent more likely and men are 45 per cent more likely to get matches with sports-related photos. A few months ago I conducted a personal experiment: I swapped out a smiling picture on my Bumble profile for one that was almost identical, but laughing. But my number of matches instantly plummeted. It was most surprising.
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