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No matter how good you think you are at getting the lay of the land—or the lay of the bed—dealing with rejection might be harder than it seems. And even if you’re not looking for love, you may feel vulnerable to the pressures of online dating. The good news is, you can negotiate the online dating process safely. And it’s never too soon to start. For example:

Acquire a mask of confidence that you wear when you talk to strangers.

Find the smallest circle you can find that fits all of your personal preferences and get started.

Be prepared for the online dating process to take time.

Facial Exfoliation

When it comes to online dating, it’s a fact that men are more predisposed to looking at photos of women.

Of course, this is a fairly recent phenomenon, but you should get into the habit of regularly refreshing your photos. If you’re using an online dating service like, Tinder, OkCupid,,, or, you can make a difference by simply going through your messages, or on, where you can search thousands of photos, and only show your best side.

Below you’ll find tips on how to look your best, whether you’re setting up your profile or trying to impress someone in a conversation.

Maintain a Clean Shave

A clean shave can be your best digital friend. The best way to start a conversation is by using “what’s your sign?” or something along those lines.

To maintain a clean look all day, keep your face moisturized and use products that will keep your skin looking smooth.

A few more tips:

Wash your face three times a day and then use an exfoliating face scrub.

You’re going to be more comfortable talking to someone in person if you feel clean.

Looking good can help you keep conversations going with people you’re interested in talking to.

Tone Down and Add Posing

Have you ever seen a photo of a model or someone like Kim Kardashian, and thought to yourself, “Why don’t they smile?” While that’s usually a pretty bad idea, it’s an especially bad idea when you’re online dating.

When it comes to selfies, a recent study found that women who posed for their profile photos felt more attractive than those who didn’t.

If you don’t want to look like a model, don’t
We asked the experts—colleagues, former online dating experts, and people who have been on both sides of the dating game—to share their dating advice. They agreed that if you start off with the right mindset, dating can be fun and you’re sure to meet some amazing people along the way.

Below, you’ll learn how to prepare for your first date, practice a killer first-date pick-up line, and avoid being a jerk on the Internet.

Dating can be intimidating, and one of the reasons is that we tend to associate it with the wild, high-risk days of our youth. You could be a young, attractive, and successful twenty-something, but all you’ve got are your two great legs, a pinch of estrogen, and an overactive sex drive. You deserve better, so here are three tips to help you get started in dating.

1. Perfect your go-to dating-date setting

The first thing you should consider is a good date setting. You may be trying to avoid meeting your possible lover at the bar where you see his buddies every weekend, but this is a bad idea for several reasons. First, your date’s friends will want to meet this new person (you). While you may enjoy the company of the friends, you may feel like you’re constantly debating whether or not to meet someone new as friends or if you should just move on with your evening. Second, even if you are successful in keeping friends out of the equation, chances are they will still catch sight of you and know you were on a date. You don’t want to be seen talking and looking so good with someone that everyone wants to talk to you.

The best way to meet a potential mate is in a relaxed and social setting. If you haven’t met anyone recently, suggest a coffee date, movie date, or anything that’s low-pressure and allows you to catch up on the friendship. If you’re just getting back into the dating world, focus on the fun—go hiking, hiking races, running races, kayaking, salsa dancing, wine tasting, learning a new sport, going to shows, and having fun with your friends. You can tell a lot about someone by the company they keep, so start early and get to know a variety of people before you start looking for a potential lover.

2. Start exercising

The best way to get ready for a date is to exercise. Not only does exercise make you look