Thanks for all the great angles of your designer sunnies..we can't see your face.Not having a clear shot of your mug makes people think you've got something to hide, and no one wants to be catfished. It's always good to know what you want in a relationship.Selfies are good, selfies are great, and they're the best way to promote self-love in an angry troll-happy cyberverse. But being ultra-specific about what you like and don't like in a person can cut off a potential pool of interested people from swiping right if they feel like they don't fit the bill.
Set yourself apart by being more specific about your interests and by...having a more unique tag line. If they don't know it now, they're going to find out later. Follow Marie Claire on Facebook for the latest celeb news, beauty tips, fascinating reads, livestream video, and more.
Trust, it'll help to draw someone who's more in line with your tastes. I'm all for doing you and trading "LOLs" and "OMGs" between friends, but someone's first impression may be to take you less seriously if there's an abundance of internet talk on your profile.
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Prepare to be either bombarded with generic statements (because how do you start an interesting conversation with someone you have no information on? Blank profiles can give off the impression that you're not even trying.
Survey says that overly confident young men come in last when it comes to online dating.
(Shirtless, flexing dudes, looking at you.) Though the data didn't extend to young women, it wouldn't hurt to lose the statements about living your *dream life*.Oh, so weird, you like movies and you also like dogs? So weird, you thought you were the first to come up with the bad joke "We'll tell everyone we met at X location that's not Tinder/Hinge/Bumble/OK Cupid"?Online dating apps are a special place where Friday night dreams go to die—but at the same time, they may be our greatest chance of meeting someone outside the two-block radius of our apartment/office.So we keep swiping and hoping, fed on the stories of the happy couples who are *apparently* making it work through Tinder/Hinge/Bumble/what have you.And while we keep our spirits high with these daily affirmations, it's important to note that success in the online dating realms is also largely a product of our profiles.If you're going to play the game, you might as well do it right, you know?