When an object has this ratio, our eyes are drawn to it, and we find it visually pleasing.
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It indicates that the breadth of a face should be multiplied by the length of the face
According to experts, Amber Heard's face almost perfectly conforms to the golden ratio. Amber Heard is the most mathematically beautiful person in the world, according to Dr. Julian De Silva Guzman of the Center for Advanced Facial Cosmetic & Plastic Surgery in London, who examined 12 critical regions of her face, including her eyes, nose, lips, and chin.
The answer appears to be more attractive the closer it comes to the intended number, which is 1.618 to 1.62
To be precise, Heard is 91.85% lovely so, not flawless, but also not dissimilar. Maybe you're thinking, "Is this ratio even real?"
Dr. de Silva Guzman is skeptical but still convinced, as he said:
The Greeks discovered that the ratio occurs everywhere in nature and for thousands of years it has been thought to hold the secret formula of the world’s most beautiful faces.
Heard is 91.85% beautiful, to be exact. So not perfect, but not far from it either.
Let's examine some other celebrities who are renowned for having "perfect" features in order to provide some additional support for his claim. As there are over 7 billion people in the world, it's important to note that these results are undoubtedly a little biased because only those who are in the spotlight are given the opportunity to be recognized.
However, a few well-known examples include Kim Kardashian's flawless brows, Scarlett Johansson's flawless eyes, and Emily Ratajkowski's flawless lips. Of course, this beauty ratio only applies to women, as is the case with most criteria.
De Silva Guzman stated that he didn't mention using the ratio for men and didn't explain how long he spent looking at pictures of famous ladies to come to these conclusions.
I guess Amber won at something
These scientific "assumptions" raise many interesting questions. The world's perception of beauty has undoubtedly changed, and with good reason—the Holocaust was, after all, a horrifying disaster.
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