Believe it or not, there is an actual method to determining a woman's beauty percentage.
It's called Phi ratio, which measures beauty based on facial symmetry and the 12 key markers which include the lips, nose, eyes, eyebrows, chin, forehead, and facial shape.
Ranked according to the percentage of their facial symmetry, below are the 10 most beautiful women hailed by science:
Amber Heard: 91.85%
The 30-year-old American actress starred in Pineapple Express, The Rum Diary, and Magic Mike XXL, where she acted opposite Channing Tatum.
Kim Kardashian-West: 91.39%
What she wears, what she says, what she does, Kim elicits reactions from the public.
Kate Moss: 91.06%
One of the famous names from the "supermodel era," she breathed a new definition to the word "chic."
Emily Ratajkowski: 90.8%
The 25-year-old actress/model first caught our attention on Robin Thicke's controversial hit single, "Blurred Lines." Her film debut was in 2014's Gone Girl.
Kendall Jenner: 90.18%
Taking a separate path from her sister Kim, Kendall is currently one of the world's highest-paid models, according to Forbes.com.
Helen Mirren: 89.93%
One of Hollywood's highly-respected actress, her inclusion on this list would prove that age is just a number.
The proper way to address her is Dame Helen Mirren as she was appointed in 2003 as a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire for Services to the Performing Arts.
This photo was taken in 1989.
Scarlett Johansson: 89.82%
Best known today for her role as Black Widow in the Marvel cinematic universe, it would come as no surprise to see this seasoned actress part of the most beautiful list.
Selena Gomez: 89.57%
The singer/actress is currently known as the Queen of Instagram. She was recently in Manila for the Asian leg of her Revival tour.
Marilyn Monroe: 89.41%
A pop culture icon, her blonde locks, red luscious lips, and white dress defined what classic beauty is all about.
Jennifer Lawrence: 89.24%
Her film roles—in particular, Katniss from the Hunger Games franchise—had made her one of the role models for the strong female characters.
Original article from FHM.com.ph
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