Bella Hadid has been named the most beautiful woman in the world. The 23-year-old was determined to be 94.35% ‘exact’ to the Beauty Phi Golden Ratio. What is it, you ask? It appears to be a method of gauging physical perfection that stretches back to ancient Greece.
Her eyes, brows, nose, lips, chin, jaw, and face shape were assessed, and the feature came closest to the ancient Greeks’ notion of beauty. Bella Hadid started modeling at the age of 16 and has won Model of the Year thrice.
Interested in the remainder of the list? Beyoncé, the 38-year-old singing diva, came in second with a 92.44% match-up to those standards. Amber Heard, 33, came in third with 91.85%, while pop diva Ariana Grande, 26, came in fourth with 91.81%. Taylor Swift came in fifth place with 91.64%. Kate Moss, 45, was the highest-rated Brit, coming in sixth place overall with a reading of 91.05%. Cara Delevingne, a 27-year-old British supermodel, placed in tenth position with 89.99%. Scarlett Johansson finished in seventh with 90.91%, Natalie Portman came in eighth with 90.51%, and Katy Perry came in ninth with 90.08%.
The list was developed by Dr. Julian De Silva using computerized mapping techniques. Bella Hadid was the obvious victor when all features of the face were evaluated for physical perfection, said the facial cosmetic surgeon, who operates the Center For Advanced Facial Cosmetic And Plastic Surgery in London.
She earned the highest overall reading for her chin, which has a score of 99.7% and is only 0.3% away from attaining the ideal form. Bella also finished in second place for eye placement, after Scarlett Johansson. Beyoncé came in second, with the greatest grades for her facial shape (99.6%) and extremely good rankings for her eyes, brow region, and lips. These cutting-edge computer mapping techniques enable us to unravel some of the riddles of what it is that makes somebody physically attractive, and the technology is beneficial when planning patients’ surgeries.
So, what scientific method is employed to establish this? The Golden Ratio appears to be a mathematical equation created by the Greeks to assess beauty. Depending on this, Dr. Julian De Silva determined which celebrities had the most attractive nose, eyes, brows, chin, lips, forehead, and facial shape. This ratio may be used in any situation. In fact, it is said that famed artist Leonardo Da Vinci utilized it for the perfect human male physique in his famous masterpiece, the Vitruvian Man. In layman’s words, the calculations are based on the notion that the closer a face or body’s ratios are to the number 1.618 (Phi), the more attractive it is. The results did not appear to be widely accepted.