February 23, 2024

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# The most beautiful faces in the world according to science

It is usually said on the streets that beauty is a subjective thing, because everyone has their own preference. However, for science, given the Golden RatioYes, there are faces that are closer to the proportions of the “perfect face” defined by the Greeks.

In a recent study conducted by plastic surgeon Julian de Silva, it was determined who will be the most beautiful celebrity today. Using an algorithm that measures facial areas, select the most symmetrically perfect characters in terms of the golden ratio. But what does that mean?

## Golden Ratio

Can the golden ratio be synonymous with beauty? (Source: Shutterstock / Reproduction)

The golden ratio is an ancient mathematical concept defined by the Greeks as being able to synthesize, in numbers, scales very close to “perfect beauty” (defined, of course, by the Greeks themselves).

According to De Silva, a person’s face is measured using width and length, with the results divided, generating proportions. The idea is that the closer the ratios are to the number 1.618, which will be a perfect symmetry, the more beautiful people will be.

Also, according to the surgeon, three measurements are made: from the beginning of the hair on the forehead to the point between the eyes, from the point between the eyes to the point between the nose and mouth, and finally from the point between the nose and mouth to the bottom of the chin. Thus, as the expert advocates, people with these similar metrics will be too beauty more severe.

You can find the golden ratio by other names such as “golden number”, “golden ratio”, “divine proportion” or simply by the Greek letter fi – It is believed that it is a tribute to the Greek mathematician and architect Phidias, who could have been the first to use this principle.

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## The most beautiful people in the world

This is not the first time that Dr. De Silva is doing this study. In the previous photo, the stars with the highest scores were actress Amber Heard and model Bella Hadid. The actress got 91.85%, while the model took the first place with 94.35%. In the current study, British actress Jodi Comer won with 94.52%. Actress Zendaya came in second with 94.37%.

Jodi Comer and Zendaya, the most symmetrical faces, respectively. (Source: Gareth Cattermole / Matt Winkelmeyer / Getty Images)

Among men, he was the hero BatmanOr, rather, its translator, Robert Pattinson, received the golden ratio of 92.15%. Actor Henry Cavill came in second with 91.64%, followed by Bradley Cooper with 91.08%.

Robert Pattinson, Henry Cavill, and Bradley Cooper, respectively. (Source: Getty Images)

Surely you should ask yourself: “Okay, but where’s Brad Pitt?”. Calm ranked fourth with 90.51%. Remember that this is just a concept, not a rule. Perhaps, for you, Adam Sandler has a place on this list.