When it comes to creating a Sugar Baby profile, photos are a vital asset. They add the human element to online dating. Plain text on a profile looks lonely and visually unattractive. Pictures are the virtual introductions two people have and often rely on before moving on to the next step. This is how Sugar Daddies form first impressions. So, what kind of photos should you use? Here are some do’s and don’t when it comes to photos on your profile.
The best profile pictures have at least one clear, unblurred, unblocked, unfuzzed, non-headless face photo. Yes ladies, we love our Instagram filters, our waist shrinking apps, and manipulating the perfect lighting, but there needs to be one, candid, ‘this is the real me’ photo of your face.
Along with a headshot, you need one clear full body photo. Some women are uncomfortable posting a full body shot, which is understandable, but it can dampen the interest of potential Daddies. You can always set these photos to private and selectively choose who gets to see them. The Sugar Babies with the most success always have a full body picture. You don’t have to be in a bikini, but it’s only fair to allow interested suitors a glimpse of the whole package!
The best photos are candid ones of you doing something you love or are passionate about! For example, on vacation, with a pet, volunteering, etc. If you appear with drinks in hand, in a drunken stupor at a party, with some unidentified guy’s arm wrapped around your waist, it sends the wrong signal. As the saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words, so don’t have them be negative ones. Your profile should a summary of your life in photos and in words.
Now that you have a general idea of the kinds of photos to add, I want to share what not to do when it comes to sprucing up or creating your profile. First off, please do not put any fake photos, or photos of you from 10 years ago. Some women think they can get away with it, but then are upset when the POT they meet up with is confused or uninterested, because they were advertising someone they no longer look like. Your pictures should be honest. After all, you would be upset if a POT did this, wouldn’t you?
Photos exposing too much skin can turn POTs off, because it borderlines sleazy. I think one provocative or semi-revealing photo is just fine, if tastefully done and made private. Having a private photo can be used as a conversation starter for him and keeps an air of mystery. All in all, you need to keep in mind what kind of Sugar Daddy you are trying to attract with each photo.
If you choose not to use a photos taken by a professional, and prefer a selfie, make sure it is clear, sized proportionately, and your piles of unfolded laundry or worse, the toilet, are not in the background. The newest cell phones are coming out with impressive technology and clearness when it comes to photos, just make sure where you take the photo is as attractive as you. When in doubt opt for class and quality over quantity. A few solid pictures will resonate more in the mind of a POT than 10 mediocre ones.