- Michele, a 43-year-old marketing professional, had her Hinge profile reviewed by an expert for Insider's Dating App Clinic.
- Expert Rori Sassoon suggested Michele use fewer adjectives and swap out photos to show her personality more.
- Sassoon loved the quality of Michele's photos and her sophisticated vibe.
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Michele, a 43-year-old marketing professional in London, volunteered to have her Hinge profile reviewed for Insider's Dating App Clinic, a series where we ask experts how to revamp your dating profiles to increase your chances of finding a match.
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Michele said she's currently using Hinge, Facebook Dating, and Inner Circle to date around. She's looking for someone who is reliable, kind, and loyal.
Michele said her deal breakers are drug use, smoking, and no interest in marriage. Ultimately, Michele wants to get married and start a family, she told Insider.
"I get too many replies from men who just want a fling, when I clearly state I'm not looking for a fling. I have a lot of love, friendship, and wonderful qualities to give for a long-term partner," Michele said. "I'm easy-going and responsible, live life to the fullest, and enjoy simple pleasures."
Rori Sassoon, the CEO and co-founder of New York City matchmaking service Platinum Poire, told Insider how Michele could improve her dating profile and increase her chances of finding a match.
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