Also read: Here are 10 biggest mistakes people make when they upload photos to a dating site or app: Of course, this is all based on Hinge's userbase — so it's entirely possible a bikini shot will work far better on another app. You have to respect that billboard and do your hair the right away and wear the kind of clothes that really advertise who you are. The dating app Hinge sifted through thousands of their users photos and figured out what gets those likes and what gets ignored.
For women, sports photos were percent more likely to get liked; for men, they were 45 percent.
However, responses fell without eye contact. Whomp whomp. From dodgy backdrops to nasty airbrushing, avoid these online dating photo fails. So how does that translate in practical terms? As Olivia Abramowitz, Hinge's VP of Marketing, told us in an interview, "Your photos should show you in your natural state, doing something that you love. There was only one Princess Diana. Also read: