This Experiment Proved One Small Change To a Woman's Photo Increased Her Matches on Tinder by 34%
Dec 10, 2015 11:46
Doing this one change to your profile photo makes a lot of difference when it comes to online dating. And it also proves that size does matter - a woman's breast size that is. This small change increased her matches up to 34 percent!
The test was sponsored by MYA Cosmetic Surgery, and it features two sets of photos of a 24-year-old female volunteer named Carla.
In one set, Carla’s bust size is her natural A-cup size, and in another set, her photos were digitally altered to be DD-cup sized.
Photos of Carla with digitally enlarged breasts received 34% more matches, 809 right swipes in total, than the original images, which received 602 matches in total.
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