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“In my opinion, the most successful profiles for guys are the ones where they're actually dressed and don't look completely hammered in every photo,” she added.
24-year-old teacher Stef from Winchester believes women tend to be more selective with their pictures than men: “We might have a group picture to show we have fun but we’ll make it one of four or five pictures of just us. ” The thing is, men know group shots are annoying, so maybe they just really don’t have any better photos: “Generally girls having lots of group pics is a negative thing,” 24-year-old Londoner Jake explained.
Third picture: Excellent, a zoomed-out picture of a man in ski-gear up a snowy mountain. And the general consensus is that men are more guilty of committing this dating app crime than women.
“They think it makes them look popular.” But Nelson thinks group photos are a bad move on your dating profile and will put people off: “For example, people might fancy the person's friends more or not like the look of their friends at all, thinking that perhaps they wouldn't fit well with their lifestyle.” She points to research which claims that when men in particular are pictured with the opposite sex, this can create negative feelings and jealousy amongst the women checking out their profiles.“People tend to view group pics as trying to hide yourself which is usually not for good reasons.Obviously each person is different and this isn’t a very nice way of looking at it but this seems to be the vibe among people that I know.” Don’t try and hide yourself.The optimal pose for guys' pics: don't smile, don't make eye contact. So there you are, swiping through Bumble or Tinder or your dating app of choice. Secondly, more often that not, one of your friends is hotter than you so when we work out which one you are, we’re going to be disappointed.