3 Opening Lines for Your Dating Profile

If you’re like most Sugar Baby’s, writing your dating profile is confusing and frustrating.

It’s so hard to find the right words to say when writing about yourself to attract someone to provide you with what you want.

That’s why you might find yourself looking at other Sugar Profiles for some inspiration and you might even copy theirs (it happens).

You might have even been in a hurry to get onto the dating site and just focused on the pictures.

However, your first line is CRUCIAL.

Not only do you have to grab his attention, you have to make him want to keep reading. The competition’s so fierce that the first sentence can literally reel in your Sugar Daddy or he slips through. Some dating sites shows the first sentence of your profile too.

Prepare to Unleash Your Inner Taylor

Think about your profile as a commercial – Commercials have to command your attention from the very first moment, otherwise you’ll fast forward them, right?

Your dating profile is no different.

The very first line of your profile has one mission: Make him FEEL something.

If he forms any connection with your writing, he’ll keep reading. And if he likes what he’s seeing, he’ll send you a message.

Sugar Tip: When you send out initial messages first, he will look at your profile. When you have a strong profile, you’ll get a response back if he’s interested.

Here are some examples of opening lines that will make him keep reading, and start focusing on you.

Appeal to His Imagination:

Bikini – check! Shades – check! Suntan lotion – check! Heading to the closest beach I can find (Tybee Island). Do you like the water as much as me? But wait… this girl can’t put suntan lotion on without you. I need you so that I can check that off. Make it happen? I’m just the girl you want by your side…

Everyone loves to travel but no one wants to read “I love to travel” for the millionth time. And if you like going to the beach, you want someone to visualize it. But with an opening line like “Bikini – check!”, he knows you’re not just like the rest. Plus, he has something specific to visualize. And just like that, you’ve formed a connection with the reader. *BOOM*

Don’t have him read a list of adjectives (their meaningless).

Give him a Pretty Woman Special:

Your sweetest escape. You found her. Let’s make a list of all the things we haven’t done because we haven’t found someone open enough to do them with. Or at least felt that way. Until now.

When you can paint the picture of yourself by incorporating the other person within your profile. It makes them feel as though you are talking directly to him specifically. It works well, as long as you do it right.

You took an ordinary day of going through profiles and made him smile…now he wants to know more about you.

Make Him Want To With You:

Here is an example of how to promise good things to come, without crossing the line:

Must love fun-filled adventures that consist of spontaneous weekends getaways, last minute rendezvous of exploring hidden gems in the city and each other (even if it’s only for just a few hours), getting lost in art galleries in the middle of the day, sunbathing on secluded islands (of course, long walks on the beach), and having someone to look forward to do it with – seeking the same kind of experience?

You can also use psychology to achieve this same goal: In the example above, you’re singling him out – you know he’s not like other men. You two are on the same page. He’s already feeling more comfortable with you, so he’s going to keep reading and will be more likely to reach out when he’s done.

Why These Work Like Sugar Magic

These examples of opening lines are effective because they evoke an emotional response.

Your competition is busy writing S*!#T like this:

“I love to travel and enjoy shopping and like fine dining.”

There’s nothing compelling about those words. Boring does not trigger the emotional response you need to capture his attention. And if your pictures are subpar, you can intrigue him through your words giving you a 50/50 chance from a mediocre picture.

“Love to laugh” is too vague for him to imagine. Where’s the intrigue? The excitement? Not in this profile – and just like that, he’s on to the next one.

He’s staying on yours because you’ll be the one capturing his attention with compelling opening lines reading every last word.