Famous American singer, Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, has been named the ‘world’s second most beautiful woman’ after Bella Hadid following scientific research into what constitutes the “perfect face.”
Dr. De Silva told the Daily Mail that, Hadid “was the clear winner when all elements of the face were measured for physical perfection.” Scoring a whopping 94.35 percent on a scale that should be taken with 94.35 million grains of salt, “she had the highest overall reading for her chin.”
Beyoncé was a close runner-up, walking away from the random test with 92.44 percent perfection. The singer was found to be 92.44 per cent “accurate”, based on the Golden Ratio of Beauty Phi, a European renaissance standard used by artists to measure physical perfection but updated to explain what makes a person beautiful, Daily Mail reports.
The ratio was said to have been used by Leonardo Da Vinci for the perfect human male body in his famous work, the Vitruvian Man.
23-year-old supermodel, Bella Hadid, using the mathematical model was named the world’s most beautiful woman, as she matched up to a score of 94.35 percent, while Amber Heard closely followed in the third-place with 91.85 percent.