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.
Second picture: Oh good, a huge squad of men containing all three from the previous picture. *swipes left* I am firmly of the opinion that group pictures are one of the worst things a person can have on their dating app profile. “I find myself scrolling through a load of group shots of guys where I am not even sure who the actual guy is (usually resulting in a left swipe cause cba with that),” 26-year-old doctor Ambi from Birmingham told . Fourthly, if your mates look like d***heads, that creates a more negative image of you.
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.
Fourth picture: A shot of four men with attractive women draped over them on a night out. “I think both sexes like to rely on the old group photos but yes men probably have the edge,” Saskia Nelson, founder of dating photography company Hey Saturday, told .
Firstly, we have to spend ages working out which one is the right person.
Whether it ends up being correct or not, people form an opinion about you based on your profile photo, deciding instantaneously whether or not you’re the right “look” for them.