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When I saw it, I was mortified and asked him he'd put such a thing online. I mean he didn't deny I had acne scarring nor that he'd noticed it.But he's never actually talked to me about it. In my opinion as long as you don't use any filters on the photo - you are fine, and you don't have to show the inperfections in some weird angles. The thing is with "misleading" profiles is that people photoshop the shit out of them, use various ring lights or warm/cool tone reflex panels, a couple of layers of high coverage foundation/concealer, unnatural contouring, staged poses ect.And as has already been said, if someone takes issue with the fact that you have acne scars, that's probably not the kind of person you want to be seeing in the first place... Two rounds of Accutane, in my 30s and still get active acne besides all the scarring and enlarged pores. And looking at older pictures, as I age my skin is getting looser which accentuates the indented scars even more.So I'm really focusing on loving my skin as it is now. I have no reason that had anything to do with my skin.Most people (at least in my experience) look at least somewhat different than they do in their dating app photos.I struggle with acne, none of my dating profile photos show my skin issues, and it's never been a problem when I've met up with those people in real life.We are so attracted to good looks, that's natural, and sometimes some people stay for personality. Because oh ...boyyy there is a looooot of men that still think the girls are born with that flawless skin and perfect red lips, they don't poop and they all have their eyelashes that touch the half of their forehead... Some people think they can fake that but unless they go to bed with full make up everyday - you can't fool anyone.
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When I did online dating I just chose the photos that showed me best. Nowadays, all selfie cams have a blur/softening to them anyway and everybody uses them. And I turned down second dates as often as I was not asked on one. A year or so ago, my current boyfriend took photos at an event and later put them online for the event.
Well, there's was one photo of me talking to someone else where the light hit me in a way that highlighted and shadowed all my scars and pores.
I mentioned it to my first two dates beforehand, they did not care, but I felt like it made me look quite insecure rather than confident.
I decided not to mention it to my last date, he also never commented on it and accepted to see me a second time.
Am I sometimes a little nervous that someone will think I've "catfished" them? But even if I had perfect skin, I would probably be a little anxious about their finding me attractive.