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Florence Colgate Britains most beautiful face

Florence Colgate Britains most beautiful face

Perfect lady – Florence Colgate Britains most beautiful face

Florence Colgate Britains most beautiful face
According to dailymail, the place of work of the most beautiful face of the country – behind the chip shop counter… Yes, blessed with Britain’s most beautiful face, a girl called Colgate works there.
Leonardo Da Vinci spent a lifetime trying to paint an ideal of female beauty. Scientists and mathematicians have puzzled for centuries over what makes one, while cosmetic surgeons have amassed fortunes striving to create one. And Florence Colgate? Well, she simply has one. The 18-year-old student has what is described as the perfect face. In particular, it matches an international blueprint for the optimum ratio between eyes, mouth, forehead and chin, endowing her with flawless proportions.

Florence Colgate Britains most beautiful face

In childhood, with her mum, Florence Colgate

18-year-old Florence Colgate has the optimum proportions for beauty. But the blue-eyed blonde’s mathematical dimensions have just added up to success in a competition to find Britain’s most naturally beautiful face.

Florence, who has a Saturday job in a seaside chip shop in between studying for her A-levels, beat 8,000 entrants to win the title. Contestants were judged without make-up and were barred entry if they had had plastic surgery or chemical enhancement.

But it is the scientific definition of beauty – not to mention a healthy portion of beauty genes from her mother – which gave Florence the crown.
A woman’s face is said to be most attractive when the space between her pupils is just under half the width of her face from ear to ear. Florence scores a 44 per cent ratio. Experts also believe the relative distance between eyes and mouth should be just over a third of the measurement from hairline to chin. Florence’s ratio is 32.8 per cent.

And to top it off, Florence’s face is almost perfectly symmetrical, which is also scientifically a sign of beauty.
The proportional beauty theory has been around ever since Da Vinci applied visionary thinking and mathematical genius to describing the perfect face more than half a millennium ago.

Meanwhile, Singer Shania Twain and actresses Liz Hurley and Jessica Alba are ranked among perfectly formed celebrities.

Samantha Brick, who caused an international debate after proclaiming women hate her because she is beautiful, in real is not. ‘Women should not have to feel that they have to wear make-up,’ she said. ‘I hope people will look at me and think they don’t need to. I’m very happy with the way I look and I would never have any plastic surgery or Botox.’

According to Carmen Lefavre (the University of St Andrews perception laboratory in the School of Psychology), beauty is strongly linked to symmetry. ‘Florence has all the classic signs of beauty,’ she added. ‘She has large eyes, high cheekbones, full lips and a fair complexion. Symmetry appears to be a very important cue to attractiveness.

‘Although we don’t realize it in everyday interactions, in most people’s faces the right and left half are actually quite different.’ Symmetry alone was not a substitute for beauty, she conceded. On the face of it, however, it seems to work perfectly for Florence.

Florence Colgate Britains most beautiful face

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