Instead, you will mostly find yourself flopping around in circles, desperate to find anyone that will actually reply to one of your messages. We get online and use these sites in order to find our match, and that’s just not going to end up happening here.
With that in mind, there’s no point to ever bothering.
A dating site where current members vote in new members based on their appearance and basic profile information, Beautiful People makes sure users only see men and women who they may find attractive.
“It’s based on a fundamental principle of human nature — and that is we all, at least initially, want to be with someone who we find attractive,” said Greg Hodge, Managing Director of Beautiful People.
Now lately, I decided to try and play the wink game and send some to girls in the US to see how they would respond and they responded well.
Got some messages I can't check because I haven't paid for the site.
I've switched over to We Just now and that is looking more promising already. First time I uploaded a recent pic that on the barometer was given a rating of around 98%. A few months later I was single again so rejoined, uploaded the same pic as previously and was voted "out" rating was like 20%. I would say most people are average to slightly above average looking.
Shameless ppl tryna take profit of ppl and steal their opinion they should be banned of the net! I know a few people who have found love on Beautiful People but it has not happened for me im afraid.
Yet I tend to ask if this site is too good to be true. Almost anyone can get in and those "winks" you go were by fake accounts from their website that try to persuade you to paying for their services.
OKCupid and POF are all anyone needs for online dating.
Then I uploaded another picture and the same thing happened. All the ladies looked the same, all that fake hair, tons of make up, short dresses and etc. Just a bunch of ugly looking people with big money.
So these people decided that I wasn't good enough to be a part of their world.
LOS ANGELES, CA - AUGUST 25: Model Behati Prinsloo (L) and musician Adam Levine attend the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards held at Nokia Theatre L. Live on August 25, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.