A UK-based cosmetic surgeon has determined the level of good looks of a person based on the ‘science’ of Phi, the ancient, Grecian golden ratio of beauty. The ratio is determined by measuring various aspects of the face. As per the study, a ‘perfect’ face — with 100% adherence to the Golden Ratio — is one where the length of an ear is equal to the length the nose, and the width of an eye is equal to the distance between the eyes. The closer a rating is to 100%, the closer one is to the ancient Greeks’ idea of physical perfection.
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