However, if you are a man, you don't want to look at the camera — and you definitely don't want to smile.A 2011 study in emotion also showed that men liked smiling images of women that conveyed happiness, while women opted for the unsmiling male images that portrayed pride.Are Russians looking for love very different from the millions of others out there doing the same thing? You know what they say – there’s someone out there for everybody!Well, judging by some of their profile photos, maybe. (Disclaimer: Some data has shown the opposite to be true, so take this with a grain of salt.) To the left, to the left A Wake Forest University study determined that photos that showed the left side of the face were viewed as more pleasant than those that showed the right.You know the saying "windows are the eyes to the soul?In the world of online dating, it's hard to convince your prospective significant other that you're not a creep if your profile picture is a selfie taken in your ill-lit bathroom.
During the study, the subjects' pupils dilated more when they saw the left side of the face.
By age 30, the shirtless did as well as those who were robed.
Unsurprisingly, for ladies, showing off a bit of cleavage was shown to have some success.
Avoiding the selfie is especially important if you're a man.
Zoosk, analyzing a sample of about 4,000 subscribers, discovered that men who posted selfies received 8 percent fewer messages than those who didn't.
As the East Coast prepares for yet another brutal winter, we thought we'd do our part to help keep up the spirits of people who have to live in areas where it actually snows.