This British Woman Has World’s Most Scientifically Beautiful Face
This student is the fairest one in Britain according to science!
Everyone’s definition of beauty is different, but when it comes to science it is all about the measurements!
A British competition decided to look for the most naturally beautiful face in the country that fits the measurements of being symmetrical. And an 18-year-old student won!
Florence Colgate is a Dover Grammar student with blonde hair and blue eyes. That, however, is not why she won the competition.
According to Daily Mail, considering that the most attractive woman would have pupils just half the width of her face from ear to ear, Colgate almost foots the bill by scoring a 44 percent ratio.
Science also says the most attractive woman’s distance between her eyes and mouth is a little over a third of the measurement between her hair line and chin. Colgate’s ratio is 32.8 percent. It also doesn’t hurt that her face is almost perfectly symmetrical, either!
So, what does this woman get for having for having good genes? A modeling gig, of course.
The young beauty will go to a London modeling agency to get her picture taken for billboards and posters for Superdrug stores that will appear across the country.
Sounds terrible! Just kidding, we’re definitely jealous.
According to Daily Mail, the most attractive women have pupils just half the width of her face from ear to ear, Colgate almost foots the bill by scoring a 44 percent ratio. Impressive!
The Webster Dictionary best defines beauty as, “the qualities in a person or a thing that give pleasure to the senses or the mind” — hmmm … according to science, our senses enjoy Florence Colgate.