Surprisingly only 30% of the voters liked my profile.
For some reason people decided that I was not handsome enough to be part of the community. In my opinion join if you are a '10' and safe your time if you're not a supermodel.
I actually think the person/people who manage the site are often the ones behind messages you receive.
It is an absolute, 100% con Still waiting to be hit by Beautiful People 'arrow' lol!
The ONLY reason to use this site is if you're curious to see if you'll get voted as "Beautiful" by anonymous voters.
The premium services won't shed any light on what type of person is attracted to you, and there are virtually no people on the site actually looking to date.
One thing that interested me was that Beautiful claimed people who are voted in can get a report on the demographics of who did and did not vote for you as "Beautiful." After paying the fee for one month of "Premium" service, this report turned out to be nothing more than a random selection of 20 or so people who voted me as "Beautiful." One thing I would have liked to have seen is the total number of votes, especially since the percentages of how many people thought I was "Beautiful" swung wildly throughout the 48-hour voting period, which leads me to suspect there are very few people actually casting votes.
The customer service is poor; when I asked a question I got a half answer and didn't get a response to my follow-up.
I have joined Beautifulpeople and uploaded my best pics.
People always told me that I am a decent looking guy, so I decided to give it a try.
I wonder why you would want to join a dating site like this?
First of all there are plenty of beautiful people on good dating sites like Mingle2day, for example.
Second of all, I want to get to know someone and I think reducing people to their looks may take away many possibilities.