Researchers who have studied attractiveness say that on a perfect face, the distance between pupils is 46% of the width of the face from ear to ear.
The distance between the eyes and mouth should be a third of the length of the face.
Recently, scientists have created the image of the “perfect-looking” woman based on such research. She has brunette hair, blue eyes and a perfectly centered nose.
And though she doesn’t even exist, she’s being called the most beautiful woman in the world. Hers is a face of perfect symmetry, since the eyes are perfectly positioned and the forehead is the same length as the nose, which is located dead-center of the face.
The computer-generated image in the clip below was created using features plucked from some of the world’s most visually stunning women — like Rihanna’s face shape, Kate Moss’ forehead and Scarlett Johannsson’s eyes.
But most viewers are unimpressed with the doctors’ findings. “Goes to show all those “perfect” features does NOT make a “perfect” face,” one commenter writes. “I’m starting to lose trust in science,” another jokes.
…But is beauty really defined by science? We’re not so sure about that.
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