Bella Hadid Is The Most Beautiful Woman In The World, Science Says!

Supermodel Bella Hadid was regarded as a beauty queen by all her fans but now her jaw-dropping looks are also getting a nod of approval by "science" itself.

The supermodel snagged the title after it was calculated she has what constitutes as the flawless face, according to the Greek Golden Ratio of Beauty Phi which measures physical perfection.

According to this new report, the 23-year-old model was named the world's most attractive after her measurements were calculated. Pop stars Ariana Grande and Taylor Swift placed fourth and fifth.

Beyonce got the second highest score for her awesome face shape.

United Kingdom facial cosmetic surgeon Dr Julian De Silva compiled the list using computerised mapping techniques, reports The Daily Mail.

He added: "Scientists have since adapted the mathematical formula to explain what makes a person lovely".

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Termed as the Greek Golden Ratio of Beauty Phi, the equation, as per Dr.

Dr. Silva also explained how the techniques work on the same Instagram post, which would allow doctors to help "solve some of the mysteries of what it is that makes someone physically attractive and the technology is useful when planning patients' surgery".

A post shared by Dr. Nearing a flawless face, Bella earned a 94.35% accuracy rating on the test, topping Yoncé's second-best score. The more equal the numbers for each are, the more handsome the individual - theoretically.

The second, third, and fourth most handsome women in the world, according to Dr. De Silva! He claimed that the ideal outcome is 1.6., adding that earning an even number means a person is "more attractive". The ratio, which focuses on symmetry and proportion, works by measuring the length and width of someone's face and dividing the number, with the ideal result being 1.6.

The formula takes measurements from the forehead hairline to the spot between the eyes, and from the bottom of the nose to the bottom of the chin. Other facial measurements are also taken, with a person being "considered to be more lovely if the numbers are equal".

  • Michelle Webb