A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words
There are a lot of guys on dating sites who agonize over what they’re going to put in their profile, and then just slap up any old picture. This is a terrible idea. First of all, women are going to look at your picture first, and if they don’t like what they see, they’re not even going to get to see your profile.
The profile picture is as important as the rest of your profile.
Don’t worry about the things that you think you’re lacking. Chances are, the women you’re trying to impress won’t even notice them, even though that seems like complete and total BS.
If you want to impress her with your clothing, wear a suit. That’s pretty much the only thing you can wear that will impress a woman, unless you happen to have a uniform on hand.
Women like men that look nice.
We like women that take care of themselves, so this should be no huge surprise. If you have a picture of yourself looking good according to you, run it by a female friend if you have one. If not, run it by a female family member, as weird as that might be.
If you have a button up shirt (especially a white, crisp one), put it on and roll up the sleeves to the elbow. Why is this the magic formula? We have no idea, but all of the women we’ve talked to positively swear by it. A white button-up with the sleeves rolled up to the elbow is like catnip for a lot of these women, for whatever reason.
Show off your stuff—and we don’t mean what’s between your legs.
We’ve said before that women are attracted to men of means and influence. That is unfortunately true, but you can take advantage of that. For example, you’re probably not going to want to send her a picture of yourself and your old rusted banged up car—but what about a picture of you in front of a motorcycle?
Do that with a caption that says, “Just paid this off!” and you’re golden. If you don’t own a motorcycle…well, she’s not really going to know if it’s YOUR bike you’re posing with. You’re seeing her once and never again, so what’s a little white lie going to hurt?
Just make sure you don’t photograph yourself with it and the actual owner in the background yelling at you.