How to Choose a Sugar Name as a Sugar Baby

By JadeSeashell

Nov 16, 2018

Some Sugar Babies don’t want to use their real names on dating websites, which is understandable because privacy is important. Therefore, in this article, I’d like to talk about the art of choosing a Sugar name.

The concept of branding

Branding is a business concept which means the process involved in creating a unique name and image for a product in the consumers’ mind. Here is an analogy: Dating is the only situation in which we are selling and buying at the same time. When you are competing with so many other sugar babies who are looking for sugar daddies, you must understand branding well. Here are some questions that you may want to ask yourself: 1) Am I going to behave like an innocent university student? 2) How should I dress up in order to match the ideal image that I’d like to present? 3) Should I be the sophisticated sugar baby who has attractiveness and intelligence at the same time?

Your answers to these questions will guide you in the process of branding, thereby helping you create a perfect sugar name. For instance, if you are going to behave like an innocent college student, then your sugar name can be Cindy or Angel; if you will dress up like Kim Kardashian every day, your sugar name can be Brianna or Vanessa; if you will be the sophisticated sugar baby who has attractiveness and intelligence at the same time, your sugar name can be Elizabeth or Anna. Researchers have done studies about the associations with these names already.

Audrey Hepburn VS Marilyn Monroe

In general, women belong to two different categories. This is not about putting women into different pigeon holes; it’s about showing you how to effectively choose a sugar name for yourself. “Audrey Hepburn” is the elegant, pretty and polite type, whereas “Marilyn Monroe” is the sexy woman. Some examples of the “Andrey Hepburn” type are Natalie Portman, Meryl Streep, Keira Knightly, Julianne Moore, Marcia Cross, Princess Diana, Kate Middleton and Ingrid Bergman, while some examples of “Marilyn Monroe” type are Beyoncé, Jennifer Lopez, Eva Longoria, Dita Von Teese, Scarlett Johansson, Angelina Jolie, Vanessa Williams, Christina Aguilera, and Nicollette Sheridan.

Now you’ve got the gist. Which category do you belong to? If you belong to the “Audrey Hepburn” category, then your sugar name can be Annabelle, Caroline or Grace. If you belong to the “Marilyn Monroe” category, then your sugar name can be Ruby, Amber or Crystal (it is said that gemstone names are very sexy—that’s why many Burlesque stars use gemstone names as their stage names, e.g. Sapphire Snow is a well-known Burlesque dancer in Australia).

Which sugar names do sugar daddies like?

A rich and successful man lives in abundance, so he doesn’t lack options in his love life. No wonder 75% of members on Seeking are women, whilst 25% of members on Seeking Arrangement are men. If you want to stand out from the crowd, you would be well-advised to choose a sugar name that is memorable and unforgettable. Some popular sugar daddies receive many messages from sugar babies online on a daily basis; hence, it is your responsibility to make sure your online dating profile is hard to forget.

You can start by choosing the right sugar name. A recent study shows that wealthy men subconsciously prefer sugar babies whose names begin with “A.” Maybe that’s because “A” is the first section of a dictionary—a name begins with “A” ranks higher in sugar daddies’ subconscious mind. As a result, you may consider sugar names such as Anita, Alice, Alexandra, and Anastasia (think Fifty Shades of Grey).