This is The Most Beautiful Face in The World According to Science
Jul 18, 2016 12:03
Scientists have figured out the math to the most beautiful face in the world, and they've done so by analyzing pictures of celebrities against the 'Golden Ratio of Beauty.' The results are pretty surprising. Check out the post below:
Amber Heard has the most beautiful face in the ‘real world’ – with her features being most closely measuring up to the Golden Ratio of Beauty.
Dr Julian De Silva, a plastic surgeon, looked into what makes a face beautiful using this ratio. 12 key features were considered, including lips, nose, eyes, eyebrows, chin, forehead and facial shape, and Amber Heard matched up to 91.85% of those.
Not far behind were Kim Kardashian, with 91.39% and Emily Ratajkowski with 90.8%
But what would the face that racked up 100% look like?
The perfect woman which is a mixture of Amber Heard, Kim Kardashian, Kate Moss, Scarlett Johansson, Rihanna, and Emily Ratajkowski.
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