And according to Davis, that's all because of the angle.It's tempting to only post photos from the neck up, but Davis said this is a no-no.When you show who you are and express it in a way that men appreciate, and you look like you’re proud of who you are, the right men will be attracted. So, how do you look your very best and tell a positive, authentic story to the men you want to meet?Follow these profile photo do’s and don’ts and your pictures will attract the right men: • Try to have fun when you are taking your pictures. • Show yourself with other people – especially women!I'm really feeling this selfie of mine, but I have never looked the way I look in that picture — not even the day it was taken, honestly.It definitely isn't a totally realistic photo of me.And there are all kinds of men who are attracted to all kinds of women. Here’s another thing: Both women and men post photos that are outdated, have them hiding behind sunglasses or are too dark to really see.Women, in particular, post photos that don’t show their bodies. Well if your pictures are misleading you’re surely going to be met with resentment and disappointment.
Men are trying decide whether they might like you; not whether you look like a fashion model.
Writing a profile and filling out questionnaires can be a challenge, but the posting pictures part is the hardest part for many.
It’s true that you’re putting yourself out there and a lot of men are going to look at you.
Mature men who want connection and relationship (aka the men you want to meet) are looking at your pictures for information about you. He is looking and thinking: Does she look open, friendly, healthy, confident? There are millions of real men online who are looking for a real woman.
(I met my husband online, so have the vast majority of the women I coach.) Your pictures give a sense of whether you would be someone they might like to meet.
Lots of people care about their potential dates' body type.