According to science, Bella Hadid is the most beautiful woman in the world and the news is being praised by fans and critiqued by others. Dr. De Silva, who operates the Centre for
Advanced Facial Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery used the golden ratio of facial beauty, a standard used by Ancient Greeks, to determine where certain celebrities scored on the scale. Dr. De Silva chose the top ten women based on beauty and Bella Hadid topped the list.
Here are the top ten women ranked by beauty according to Dr. De Silva’s golden ratio with their percent of meeting the ratio.
- Bella Hadid 94.35 percent
- Beyonce 92.44 percent
- Amber Heard 91.85 percent
- Ariana Grande 91.81 percent
- Taylor Swift 91.64 percent
- Kate Moss 91.05 percent
- Scarlett Johansson 90.91 percent
- Natalie Portman 90.51 percent
- Katy Perry 90.08 percent
- Cara Delevingne 89.99 percent
Many plastic surgeons use the golden ratio in order to determine the most appropriate procedures to perform that will create a beautiful finished result.
You may see a report about Bella Hadid being named the most beautiful woman below.
Bella Hadid Most Beautiful Woman in the World, According to Science
The Daily Mail reports cosmetic surgeon Dr. Julian De Silva used the Golden Ratio of Beauty Phi to crown Hadid.
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News that Bella Hadid was more beautiful than Beyonce did not go over well with the Beyhive. There has been a vocal outcry from those who disagree with Dr. De Silva’s findings. In fact, some people are now going out of their way on social media to let Bella Hadid know they do not think she is the most beautiful woman in the world.
Surprisingly, Bella’s older sister Gigi Hadid didn’t make the top ten list, neither did any of the Kardashian/Jenner clan.
There were many people who not only disagreed with the findings but called into question the women that were compared and felt that it was racially favorable towards white women as only one black woman made the list and there were no Asian women.
What do you think about the findings? Do you agree with Dr. De Silva’s findings or do you disagree? Do you believe that the golden ratio is what determines beauty or do you think there is more to beauty than science and math?
Who do you think should be on the top ten list of most beautiful women in the world?