Smiles please men most about female photos, and pride seems attractive to women looking at men.
The bottom line is not to hide, but display with confidence your most pleasing features. An exception might be the black and white photo of Alison at the top.
Your first online dating profile head shot will be the first thing that potential matches will notice about you.
Selfies are good fun on Facebook but when looking for love, you’re worth more than that.
Extreme close-ups suggest something to hide as do wide angled, far away shots.
Generally people want to get a fair idea of your body-shape as well as facial features.
Then there should be a full length or at least upper body shot.
There are people looking for love and friendship all over the Internet from age 18 to 70 and beyond.
Whoever you are at whatever age, there is someone looking for someone just like you.
With a selfie, it’s difficult to get the best angle and expression. With professional photos, you’ll come across as someone that invests time in themself and that is serious about finding their other half.
Research shows that most online daters are honest about their age and appearance, but it can be tempting not to be.So why not use this space and give potential matches more ‘eye-candy’ so they can make an informed choice?