Since I already asked guys what they think about girls' thirst trapsI figured it was time to turn the tables. I talked to nine women about those grimy mirror pics and whether or not your Tinder thirst trap is a turn-on or a turn-off. But I find it really vain and off-putting if that is what is being displayed, especially in a preliminary dating phase. If someone posts a pic of them playing a sport, or engaged in a physical activity it is less irksome If they include a ripped shirtless photo, that makes me less likely to respond.
I feel like you can just tell by the rest of his pictures and his bio if it's done seriously or as a joke.
However we're also most likely to use dating apps. And on dating apps, there's not much more than looks to go by, so pictures are undoubtedly crucial. I had an online dating photoshoot and this is what I learned because unlike other dating apps, Hinge users can react and respond to individual photos. Just set up an online dating profile but not sure where to focus? who do are much more likely to want a first, second and third date.” Kate also pointed out that men and women respond better to different types of photos.