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This is exactly what I was looking for so thank you so much!

- Are you suggesting dye my hair a different colour? And I’ve never really had a fringe before or grown it out but you’d recommend just getting it longer?
- I’ve started moisturising more - does that usually consist of just washing the face, spot creams and the like or is there more to it?
- Any face exercise recommendations?

I’ve started going to the gym now and will take those steps! Thanks for the help!
Cleanse tone and moisturise. Clinique have a nice man's range.
Don't dye your hair. Most women don't like men colouring their hair.
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Could you give him any tips, wxgmak ?
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(Original post by 6TimeChampions)
This is exactly what I was looking for so thank you so much!

- Are you suggesting dye my hair a different colour? And I’ve never really had a fringe before or grown it out but you’d recommend just getting it longer?
- I’ve started moisturising more - does that usually consist of just washing the face, spot creams and the like or is there more to it?
- Any face exercise recommendations?

I’ve started going to the gym now and will take those steps! Thanks for the help!
Yes, I suggest you dye your hair darker - you already have dark eyebrows so perhaps try some semi-permanent dyes to see how you like dark brown hair? Alternatively, if you like your natural colour aim to brighten it up a bit with some blonde highlights. If I’m honest your current hair colour is too common and boring - experiment with products and see what works with your skin tone.
Obviously, I don’t know for sure a fringe would look good but I know your current look isn’t doing you any favours. Try growing it out a bit and not using any products other than maybe sea-salt spray?
Washing your face is NOT moisturising. It’s basically the opposite. Every time you wash your face you risk it drying out and this can cause more spots. Obviously continue washing your face - Tea Tree oil is the best IMO. But you need to buy a facial moisturiser/oil toner and use it after washing your face and before bed. Eating fruit makes a huge difference to the clearness of your skin (in my experience). If you’re doing all this right, you shouldn’t need any ‘spot creams’ because your skin will not be producing any.
I don’t have any face exercise recommendations aha, sorry, I just thought I’d mention them because it’s an activity anyone can do to improve their looks (and confidence), which from your post I assume you would like.

No worries
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Seen other people do this so made a throwaway account as really curious as never had a relationship and wondered if it were to do with my looks?

5’10, slim body type if that helps anything.

Any tips also appreciated! Thank you!

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5 or 6 in this pic. Another topic I saw you in, you looked better.

That's the thing about pictures, they're a 2d image and thus not super accurate...
I've seen girls who looked hot in real life but very average in photo's. I've seen girls who look very plain in real life but hot in photo's.

You seem to ask for a lot of advice but what advice have you implemented since last time you asked advice?
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your hairline is on the ropes but other than that good, strong 7
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Cleanse tone and moisturise. Clinique have a nice man's range.
Don't dye your hair. Most women don't like men colouring their hair.
Thanks for the feedback!
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Yes, I suggest you dye your hair darker - you already have dark eyebrows so perhaps try some semi-permanent dyes to see how you like dark brown hair? Alternatively, if you like your natural colour aim to brighten it up a bit with some blonde highlights. If I’m honest your current hair colour is too common and boring - experiment with products and see what works with your skin tone.
Obviously, I don’t know for sure a fringe would look good but I know your current look isn’t doing you any favours. Try growing it out a bit and not using any products other than maybe sea-salt spray?
Washing your face is NOT moisturising. It’s basically the opposite. Every time you wash your face you risk it drying out and this can cause more spots. Obviously continue washing your face - Tea Tree oil is the best IMO. But you need to buy a facial moisturiser/oil toner and use it after washing your face and before bed. Eating fruit makes a huge difference to the clearness of your skin (in my experience). If you’re doing all this right, you shouldn’t need any ‘spot creams’ because your skin will not be producing any.
I don’t have any face exercise recommendations aha, sorry, I just thought I’d mention them because it’s an activity anyone can do to improve their looks (and confidence), which from your post I assume you would like.

No worries
I’m not sure about the blonde highlights, just don’t think it’ll work for me but I’ll work on just experimenting more and having it less slicked back/perhaps look to grow it out or just do the sides for a while and leave the top?

I use spot foundations which seem to combine as a moisturiser but you’d stick with just a L’Oreal moisturiser or something? Think clear, good looking skin may make a huge difference?!
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5 or 6 in this pic. Another topic I saw you in, you looked better.

That's the thing about pictures, they're a 2d image and thus not super accurate...
I've seen girls who looked hot in real life but very average in photo's. I've seen girls who look very plain in real life but hot in photo's.

You seem to ask for a lot of advice but what advice have you implemented since last time you asked advice?
I’m pretty insecure right now so just been experimenting more - don’t seem to get much luck when I’ve tried Tinder which is also concerning.

I’m not very photogenic and don’t seem to take good photos, particularly as I absolutely hate my smile. So you say it could vary from anywhere from a 5-7 effectively?

I’ve tried to go to the gym more which people suggested and experimented with my hair now but it clearly doesn’t work based on what people are saying! Also updated my wardrobe but still just want to feel more confident.
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your hairline is on the ropes but other than that good, strong 7
A lot of people have said that about my hair - any tips? Would you suggest growing it out or going with a fringe?

Or not a lot you can do?
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I’m pretty insecure right now so just been experimenting more - don’t seem to get much luck when I’ve tried Tinder which is also concerning.

I’m not very photogenic and don’t seem to take good photos, particularly as I absolutely hate my smile. So you say it could vary from anywhere from a 5-7 effectively?

I’ve tried to go to the gym more which people suggested and experimented with my hair now but it clearly doesn’t work based on what people are saying! Also updated my wardrobe but still just want to feel more confident.
How much girls have you hit on outside of online dating? and how did you meet them?

and tbh, pictures can vary a huge amount ..that I can't put a number on it.
angles/lighting/shaddows/quality/bone structure of the camera etc......, all play a part in how it turns out.
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How much girls have you hit on outside of online dating? and how did you meet them?

and tbh, pictures can vary a huge amount ..that I can't put a number on it.
angles/lighting/shaddows/quality/bone structure of the camera etc......, all play a part in how it turns out.
I’ve not really tried to hit on a lot of girls as don’t have the confidence and pretty insecure so turned to online dating as there’s less actual approaching and thought it would boost my confidence.

Had the opposite effect unfortunately as don’t get any matches and considering people on here have said I’m good looking and have nothing to worry about it’s confusing.
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You have a baby face, good in long term. Pretty average looking. Hit the gym that always help. Depends on who you trying to score I don't think you would as successful with like 8-10/10 girls unless you have money.
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You have a baby face, good in long term. Pretty average looking
Why’s that good in long term?

And suppose average isn’t bad? Just difficult to stand out from the crowd perhaps - maybe why my main problem is going for girls way out of my league and more attractive than me? Or nothing wrong with that?
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Best advice I can give is go see your doctor about your balding hair. They can recommend ways to stop balding.
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I’ve not really tried to hit on a lot of girls as don’t have the confidence and pretty insecure so turned to online dating as there’s less actual approaching and thought it would boost my confidence.

Had the opposite effect unfortunately as don’t get any matches and considering people on here have said I’m good looking and have nothing to worry about it’s confusing.
Knock up a fake profile of a fat ugly girl on tinder and note how much attention she gets and you'll see why you're not getting any dates.

A growing problem on here I see with young males these days is that due to online dating apps their balls never drop and they just stay online in their comfort zone, not putting themselves out there, swiping on girls because it's "easy" and you don't feel the rejection like you do if you had to approach her in real life.

I'll tell you right now. A fat obese facially unattractive girl can get a guy significantly better looking than you to meet up with her on Tinder. She will be getting hundreds of matches a week in a big city. That being said, why is an attractive girl going to pick to meet up with YOU?

You need to find your balls and start talking to women in real life. Internet dating is very competitive, and clearly not working for you.
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Best advice I can give is go see your doctor about your balding hair. They can recommend ways to stop balding.
Ouch 😂

I thought it was bad but perhaps that’s a bit early for that? Gotta love the Student Room though haha.
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Knock up a fake profile of a fat ugly girl on tinder and note how much attention she gets and you'll see why you're not getting any dates.

A growing problem on here I see with young males these days is that due to online dating apps their balls never drop and they just stay online in their comfort zone, not putting themselves out there, swiping on girls because it's "easy" and you don't feel the rejection like you do if you had to approach her in real life.

I'll tell you right now. A fat obese facially unattractive girl can get a guy significantly better looking than you to meet up with her on Tinder. She will be getting hundreds of matches a week in a big city. That being said, why is an attractive girl going to pick to meet up with YOU?

You need to find your balls and start talking to women in real life. Internet dating is very competitive, and clearly not working for you.
Suppose you’re right and I do just need to put myself out there but effectively what you’re saying is that if you’re an average or even good looking male, online dating is too hard and rarely going to have much success with it?

I just could never approach a random girl at like a coffee shop or something and clubbing isn’t going to lead to anything substantial I wouldn’t have thought.
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Why’s that good in long term?

And suppose average isn’t bad? Just difficult to stand out from the crowd perhaps - maybe why my main problem is going for girls way out of my league and more attractive than me? Or nothing wrong with that?
Yes I've edited my comment before I saw your reply. you will age better basically. Average means you won't be at a disadvantage in attracting a mate but you won't be at an advantage. Don't do online dating.
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Ouch 😂

I thought it was bad but perhaps that’s a bit early for that? Gotta love the Student Room though haha.
You cant regrow your lost hair so -best time to stop balding is as early as possible.
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Yes I've edited my comment before I saw your reply. you will age better basically. Average means you won't be at a disadvantage in attracting a mate but you won't be at an advantage. Don't do online dating.
Let’s hope that’s true!

And why would you stay away from online dating? I know it’s hard and very saturated but surely with some good photos it could work?
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