Amber Heard has the most attractive face, says science

According to the Golden Ratio, Amber Heard has one of the world’s most perfect faces due to its symmetry. The number, which numerically stands at 1.168 was first described by the ancient Greeks. The ratio is a formula of proportions that have been produced to measure mathematically perfect features and according to ​​British cosmetic surgeon Dr. Julian De Silva, Heard stands at 91.85%.

De Silva used digital face-mapping technology to provide a reasoning for his findings that sets Heard at a proximal end of perfection. The ratio is also symbolised by the Greek letter, phi, which is seen in all aspects of life and design. The nearer any object is to the proportions of phi, the more perfect their features are labelled.

De Silva used an image from 2016 of the Aquaman actor on the red carpet to analyse her face, measuring between her eyes, nose, lips, chin and head. As per US Weekly, the doctor had reported back in 2016, “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.”

“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,” he continued.

De Silva resides in London, operating the Centre for Advanced Facial Cosmetic & Plastic Surgery. He has applied the Golden Ratio to several other noteworthy celebrities such as Kim Kardashion who reportedly has the most proportional brows, Scarlett Johansson who has the most appealing eyes, Kate Moss with her perfect forehead and Emily Ratajkowski whose lips are considered a most captivating feature. 

However, the highest score has been awarded to model Bella Hadid who stands at a whopping 94.35%. As for the men, Robert Pattinson has out-looked his fellow actors with the highest score of 92.15%.

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