The well-stocked bar will, in addition to a full range of spirits, wines and champagnes, serve “beauty cocktails” containing ingredients such as aloe vera, coconut water, bee pollen and avocado and that are said to keep you looking your best, as well as healthy green juices blended on the spot.The cocktail menu was designed by mixologist Leonardo da Silva, who is also the club’s operations director and part owner.
But administrators have now shown that the rigorous 48-hour selection period is not a permanent pass by taking thousands of profiles down, mainly because of weight gain and “graceless ageing”.
Genevieve Hodge, who founded the website with her husband Greg, said: “This may sound harsh, and it is the most difficult part of managing the business.“We take no pleasure in removing members, but it is a necessary evil in order to maintain the beautiful community and our prized business model.”Her husband claimed the website had been “kind” in breaking the news to ditched people with emails encouraging them to apply again when they are “back looking their best”.
A self-proclaimed “elite” dating website has removed around 3,000 members because they were "letting themselves go".
Beautiful describes itself as the “largest internet dating community exclusively for the beautiful” and puts people’s photographs to a members’ vote to decide if they are allowed in.
"We see this mirrored through the site’s rating system where men who exude wealth and success in their images, but who may not be that attractive, are often voted in.