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Since Ok Cupid is set up differently from Tinder in that it doesn’t require a mutual match, I just created my profile and then sat back and waited.For my Ok C profile with the short hair, I received 33 likes and 9 messages within the first hour.I myself have had short hair for years and I love how it looks—not only on myself, but on other women as well.I’ve also only ever dated men who liked my short crop.The sad thing is that I allowed those individuals to shape my view of the world as a whole. The worst part is that I filtered my own appearance through their perspective and saw it as reality, without even realizing it.Sure, I recognized that remarks like “women shouldn’t have short hair” and “women with short hair are less attractive than women with long hair” are sexist.
And yet, I still managed to internalize them to the point that I had no problem casually declaring that men on dating sites would greatly prefer me with long hair rather than my usual short hair—and I was surprised when I was proved wrong.
I, of course, would never change my hair just to make someone like me, but I curious.
So for the sake of a sociological investigation, I decided to do a little experiment to see exactly how much hair has an influence on the amount of interested potential dates. For the first week, I made a dating profile (one on Tinder and one on Ok Cupid) with pictures of my usual short hair and recorded the number of matches/likes and messages I received.
A 49 percent success rate with matches isn’t bad, but I was confident that the profile with long hair would beat it.
So the following week, I made a new Tinder profile that was identical to my old one but with pictures of me with long hair (a wig, since i haven’t had long hair since high school) instead of my usual pixie cut.