Apparently according to Science this British girl has scientifically the most beautiful face, her face is 1 of the only faces that naturally fits the golden ratio of what's "attractive" the distance from her hairline to her eyes is ideal, the distance between her eyes is almost completely "perfect", the distance from her eyes to the bottom of her nose is the right measurement and the distance from the tip of her nose to her upper lip is the "right" and ideal measurement making her scientfically the most beautiful women
Would you agree? Do you think she's beautiful?
Most Helpful Guy
she's not the most beautiful, she's just the most beautiful OF THE FACES THEY LOOKED AT.
I think she's attractive but there are definietely more attractive girls out there. I do think there is truth to the golden ratio thing. I think most faces that are considered attractive are close to fitting the mask even if they dont fit it exactly and most faces that are considered conventionally unnatractive would not even come close to fitting the mask.
Personal preference, and sexual dimorphism probably comes into play too. Also supposedly a little bit of asymetry can be good. The point is faces that are close to the mask are more attractive than faces that dont come close to it.2
Most Helpful Girl
Beauty and attractiveness is usually a sweet mix of symmetry and certain exaggerated parts in the face, not just pure symmetry.
Her beauty is very relaxing, very moderate. For my own taste she has a very uniquely relaxing face which is very pretty to me.
But the problem is that a beauty that seeks to attract the attention of the observer should also be provocative. I don't mean sexually provocative, I mean visually provocative.
And if you have any experience in visual Arts you understand that to provoke, you need to exaggerate, you need to have stress on certain parts, even if it means distorting the overall order a little bit.
Adriana for example is close to the girl above. But longer face, longer nose, and fuller cheeks makes her face much funnier and delicate to watch plus her face being symmetrical enough to be objectively delicate to look at. So not only she's symmetrical, her beauty attracts more attention, she's more attractive.
not as symmetrical, but more interesting features like hair and eyes plus being symmetrical.
The distance between her eyes are definitely not perfect if you consider symmetry, but they are big and they speak to you, they are provocative. 'plus' her face being symmetrical enough to be objectively delicate.
or maybe one of the best examples is Neta. longer face, longer nose, big eyes, in many ways way less symmetrical than the girl above. But she has too many features that make her amazingly unique and every part her face is visually interesting and attractive, plus being symmetrical enough. This combination makes her face in a way that it steals your attention. That is the meaning of being attractive.
Objective beauty is closely related to symmetry. It 'needs' a certain level of symmetry. But attractiveness isn't all about symmetry, it is about being visually provocative.