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I guess not everyone is into the direct eye contact thing, because photos where women were looking from the camera were 74 percent more likely to receive a like. Let's be honest: there's nothing more annoying than trying to pick someone out of a group photo on a dating app profile.
Apparently Hinge users agree, because photos where women were standing along were 69 percent more likely to receive a like.
O., beach photos, and selfies — particularly bathroom selfies... If you love ponytails or top knots, you're in luck: photos of women with their hair up were 27 percent more likely to get a like than their hair-down counterparts.
We’d suggest having a combination of face, full-body, action, dressed up, dressed down, serious, and goofy shots.
Maybe it's time to get old-fashioned with our dating profiles?
Although 80 percent of Hinge users' shots were posed, the data reveals that candid photos are 15 percent more likely to receive a like.
Even though photos of ladies baring their chompers do better on Hinge, for men, the opposite is true.
Soft smiles must be officially "in," because photos of guys smiling with their teeth out of sight were 43 percent more likely to get liked.