What happens with Johnny Depp might damage the perfect face that scientists claim Amber has. Despite her personality and all the drama she showed in the courthouse, she does indeed have a beautiful face.
The golden ratio Phi which is 1.618 is best approximated by the famous “Fibonacci numbers.” Fibonacci numbers are a never-ending sequence starting with 0 and 1, and continuing by adding the previous two numbers. These numbers tend to appear everywhere in nature and it has been said to carry the secret formula to measure the beauty of a face, in this case Amber Heard.
Who has the most perfect face of all?
When Dr. De Silva draw a chart on some of the world’s most famous faces, Amber Heard came out on top. Her “eyes, eyebrows, nose, lips, chin, jaw and facial shape were measured and 12 critical marker points were evaluated and determined to be 91.85 percent of the Greek ratio of Phi, which is 1.618,” the research adds.
The stats don’t lie, according to Dr. Julian De Silva, who runs the Centre for Advanced Facial Cosmetic & Plastic Surgery in London. Second from top was Kim Kardashian’s face with 91.39 percent, followed by bronze medal for Kate Moss’s with 91.06 percent, model Emily Ratajkowski’s with 90.8 percent at the fourth place, and Kendall Jenner’s 90.18 percent accuracy of her characteristics to the beauty ratio Phi in fifth place.
Da Silva says that: “The Phi ratio of 1.618 has long been thought to hold the secret for beauty, but now with the computer mapping we can calculate how it applies to real women. After we had created the software and the algorithms for the key marker points on the face I thought it would be a good idea to test the system on some of the most beautiful women in the world and see if we could prove with geometry and science exactly what it is that makes a beautiful face. The results were startling and showed several famous actresses and models have facial features that come close to the ancient Greek principles for physical perfection.”
According to Dr. De Silva’s research here are the primary conclusions:
The perfect nose
1.618 is a perfect value to aim for when figuring out the ideal nose size. To do so, you need to measure how long your nose is (which is a disaster for my big a** nose) starting at the middle of the eyebrows at its widest point and divide it by how broad your nose is at its widest point.
Here’s how celebrities scored
1. Amber Heard 99.7%
2. Marilyn Monroe 99.6%
3. Emily Ratajkowski 99.56%
4. Helen Mirren 98.2%
5. Scarlett Johansson 97.1%
The perfect eyes
The proper spacing of the eyes is likewise a ratio of Phi which is used to measure the perfect face. The distance between the eyes, divided by the length of the eye should equal 1.618. Also, the location of the eyes with respect to the rest of the face is evaluated. The distance from the nose to the edge of the eye, divided by the distance from the edge of the eye to the corner of the lips should equal 1.618.
Here’s how celebrities scored
1. Scarlett Johansson 95.95%
2. Rihanna 95.85%
3. Marilyn Monroe 95.8%
4. Kate Moss 95.75%
5. Cara Delevingne 95.14%
The perfect lips
Calculating the ideal lip size, the bottom lip’s surface area should be 1.618 times that of the top lip’s surface area. Then the length of the lip end to end divided by the distance at the base of the nose = 1.618. In the end, you’ll need to know how far your lips are from your nose by measuring the corner of the lip to the opposite corner of the nose. Then, divide by length of the base of the nose = 1.618
Here’s how celebrities scored:
1. Emily Ratajkowski 96.7%
2. Marilyn Monroe 95.7%
3. Kylie Jenner 95.02%
4. Natalie Portman 94.3%
5. Angelina Jolie 93.82%
If you have a hard time putting it to practice, here’s a video that explains it better: