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For all you ladies out there, get that hair out of your face and you'll be 27 percent more likely to get a like.
You'll also be 76 percent more likely to get liked if you show off those pearly whites, and 69 percent more inclined to be liked if you are standing alone.
“Female photographs were judged as less accurate than male photographs, and were more likely to be older, to be retouched or taken by a professional photographer, and to contain inconsistencies, including changes in hair style and skin quality,” the research found.Photos with tattoos and eyeglasses were among the lowest rated for women and hat wearers were among the lowest rated photos for men.While online daters think their photos are relatively accurate, independent judges rated one third of online dating photos as inaccurate, according to research carried out by Catalina Toma, assistant professor in the Department of Communication Arts at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.Online dating and dating apps were supposed to make dating easier for men and women, but in a lot of ways it almost seems like it's made things worse.Sure, the swiping part is fun, but after that is where everything typically gets complicated. Messages can get misinterpreted, people can forget they were having a conversation because they get busy and before they know it, they're right back to swiping.
Data scientists created an algorithm targeting 35 specific photo tags (like whether your hair is up or down, or if you're showing teeth or not) throughout a random selection of profile pictures.