There is so much more to beauty than just looking good – it’s actually a science. According to the latest scientific facial mapping, blonde bombshell Amber Heard has got the most beautiful face in the world.
How did they come to this conclusion, other than the fact she is jaw-dropping? Well, apparently her features are most closely accurate to the Greek Golden Ratio of Beauty.
The ancient Greeks claimed there was a ‘Golden Ratio’ that determined physical perfection and it can be applied to everything in nature.
Harley Street surgeon Dr Julian De Silva stated that Amber’s features were the closest to fitting the ratio with her eyes, eyebrows, nose, lips, chin, jaw and facial shape being found to be 91.85% of the Greek ratio Ï (Phi).
He said: ‘The Phi ratio of 1.618 has long been thought to hold the secret for beauty, but now with the computer mapping we can calculate how it applies to real women.’
It might sound rather complicated, but in simple(ish) terms it is when the ratio between two quantities is the same as the ratio of their sum to the larger of the two quantities.
If that still doesn’t make sense to you, all you need to know is that their features are all the right size and in the right place.
Other A-listers were analysed alongside Heard and while they aren’t as scientifically stunning as Amber, Kim Kardashian scored 91.39%, Kate Moss got 91.06%, Emily Ratajkowski with 90.8% and finally, Kendall Jenner had 90.18% accuracy of her features to the beauty ratio.
Using these statistics, the surgeon then went on to create the ‘most perfect female face’ using computer mapping technology.
She was created from the highest scoring features from each celebrity, alongside others who didn’t score in the top five.
The ‘perfect woman’ (which of course, is open to interpretation), consisted of Amber Heard’s nose, Kim Kardashian’s eyebrows, Scarlett Johansson’s eyes, Emily Ratajkowski’s lips and Kate Moss’ forehead.
While there is no denying this computer created persona is stunning, there are a lot of famous faces who are just as jaw-dropping who wouldn’t necessarily rank according to the ‘Golden Ratio’.
Which just goes to show that true beauty really does come in all shapes and sizes and it cannot solely be measured by science.