Sam drops the following bomb: Flash (be it cellphone or otherwise) adds seven years to your profile pic. You know the shotthe universally-maligned My Space Angle selfie is achieved by holding your camera above your head and being just so darn coy. Thats fine, but if youre wearing sunglasses, your dream guy might think youre hiding something.But in terms of getting new messages, Sam reveals that the My Space shot is the single most effective photo type for women. Julie's rule: Your profile photos should show your glamorous smile along with your sparkling eyes.But Julie cautions against overdoing it, saying, "Nix the bathing suit photos, as it's the same as lingerie with a different material.Show just a little cleavage to look flirty."Variety may be the spice of life in the bedroom or on a date.Julie says: The magic number of profile photos to post is three to five.
Like the Ab Shot for men, the Cleavage Shot is very successful, drawing 12.9 new contacts per month, or 49 percent more than average, Sam shares.
It’s become suspicious to never reveal a photo showing anything beyond the shoulders. The main reason first dates don’t turn into second dates is “unmet expectations”. So show yourself as you are – you’ll have lost nothing!
And your message box will be full of people who genuinely find you attractive. Remember: you are only as good-looking as your worst photo!
2) This next point would seem utterly obvious, and yet, apparently it isn't: Don't include bad photos! Photos of you when you were 21 (if you're now 60) are pointless.
I'm not talking about photos of you making a funny face, though I don't quite see the point of those, but why include photos that simply aren't flattering? 3) Photos of yourself when you were a little bit younger (five years? Let's operate on the assumption that we all think we looked better when we were in college.