Amber Heard has world’s most beautiful face: Science

Although there are differing views on Amber Heard‘s demeanor, it is safe to say that she has the most stunning face. Well, if science is our guide.

Although the judgement in her widely publicized defamation case against her ex-husband Johnny Depp was mostly in Depp’s favor, Heard did get a great deal of undeserved attention. The actress has a flawless face, according to a unique mapping method. To create the ideal face, the approach took into account different characteristics and the space between them. In order to make judgments, features like the eyes, mouth, and facial shape are measured and examined.

According to Heard’s face analysis, a face’s proximity to the 1.618 Greek Golden Ratio of Beauty Phi is visible.

Heard’s face was evaluated in a photograph earlier in 2016, and Harley Street’s Dr Julian De Silva discovered that her features were the most similar at 91.85 percent.

Dr. De Silva stated in an interview with a publication that he chose to test the system on some of the most beautiful women in the world after a new computer mapping technology was established and algorithms for the key marker spots on a face were produced.

He was reported in Us Weekly as saying that “the ratio has been regarded to carry the secret formula of the world’s most beautiful faces for thousands of years.” The Greeks realized that the ratio exists everywhere in nature.

It has long been believed that the Phi ratio of 1.618 holds the key to beauty, but thanks to computer mapping, we can now determine how it relates to actual women.

The same algorithm revealed that Johansson had the finest eyes, Emily Ratajkowski, a model-actress, had the best lips, Kim Kardashian, a model-actress, had the best brows, and Selena Gomez, a singer, was just behind her.

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