People all over the world have this constant need for quantifying and qualifying beauty standards and setting identifiers for what’s beautiful and what’s not. Why, else, are there so many competitions to always find the most beautiful women everywhere?
Beauty lies in every face on this planet, and this new research will surely make you believe in it.
A recent scientific study by Dr. Julian De Silva has put together what they think is the world’s most beautiful woman. And they arrived at this conclusion by taking the parts of the face of five women.
These five women have the perfect forehead, nose, eyes, lips, and eyebrows. And combining these features gave the world’s most beautiful woman, according to Dr. Silva at The Centre For Advanced Facial Cosmetic & Plastic Surgery. But, well, we beg to differ. Let’s have a look at these women first, shall we?
Rihanna’s face shape is deemed the most perfect.
Amber Heard has the perfect nose.
Kate Moss’s forehead has the perfect size.
Kim Kardashian’s eyebrow game is on point.
Scarlett Johansson has the most beautiful eyes.
Emily Ratajkowski’s lips are to die for.
And THIS is what you get when you combine all of them into one woman to make the perfect face, according to science. Brace yourselves.
See how it happened, in this video
This face is perfect, according to an age old measurement of defining the perfect face, called the Greek Golden Ratio of Beauty Phi. If you think this is the most wonderful woman in the world, better get yourself checked, because that is not the face I want to see when I wake up in the morning.
Given that she has the features of some of the most beautiful women in the world, what they’ve failed to notice is that these features aren’t compatible with each other and makes the face look skewed. Beauty lies in the imperfections, and that’s what appeals to the human eye.
All these women are individually better-looking than this “perfect woman decided by science.”