According to Science, This Woman Has The World’s Most Beautiful Face
I never knew about this woman until her name began trending in headlines worldwide.
She may not be attractive in your opinion, given everything you know about her now. But in the eyes of science and new study reports, she has the world’s most beautiful face.
Quick question, when will one of these studies say this about black or mixed raced individuals? I’m still waiting to see science feature a spectrum of people. Anyway. Back to the findings.
Why does she have the world’s most beautiful face?
The woman’s facial features are near-flawless, based on scientific standards. Researchers discovered years ago that people love symmetry and find it sexy.
“I would claim that symmetry represents order, and we crave order in this strange universe we find ourselves in. The search for symmetry, and the emotional pleasure we derive when we find it, must help us make sense of the world around us, just as we find satisfaction in the repetition of the seasons and the reliability of friendships. Symmetry is also economy. Symmetry is simplicity. Symmetry is elegance.” — physicist Alan Lightman in The Accidental Universe: The World You Thought You Knew.
A British cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Julian De Silva, did the most beautiful face study using images. He assessed the woman’s face with digital-mapping technology.
Her face was close to perfect with 91.85% symmetry. The research got done in 2016 using the Greek Golden Ratio of Beauty of 1.618.
The technology measured the distance between her chin, nose, eyes, and lips. It then assessed her entire face to produce a score of 92%.
Who is the woman?
It’s Amber Heard.