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# If You Have These Traits, Science Says You're More Beautiful Than Everyone Else

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Science may have just had it's biggest breakthrough yet. Life on Mars? No. Cure for cancer? Not even close. Think bigger. They've discovered who has the most beautiful face in the world.

Any guesses?

It's Amber Heard, which isn't hard to believe -- the actress has a grill to die for.

Face nerds say her complexion is as close to the ancient Greek Golden Ration of Beauty Phi rule as possible.

What's that? Put simply, it's a perfect ratio combination of eyes, eyebrows, nose, lips, chin, jaw and facial shape. And Amber is 91.85 percent of the Greek ratio φ (Phi).

We won't bore you with the scientific mumbo-jumbo. According to Dr Julian De Silva of The Centre For Advanced Facial Cosmetic & Plastic Surgery in London, these people have the most beautiful features in the world. So combining them would make one super sexy Frankenstein.

### Let's mash these together for lols.

There you have it ladies and gentlemen: The world's most perfect face.

### Here's how to figure out if you're super hot in the face:

Take a passport-style picture of yourself and print out on an A4 piece of paper.

For your nose phi score percentage: Measure the length from its widest point at the nostril = Nose length. Then measure the width of the nose at its widest point. Divide the nose length by nose width. If bigger than 1.618 then divide 1.618 by your nose ratio If smaller than 1.618 then divide your nose ratio by 1.618.

For your eyebrow phi score percentage: Get your arch length by measuring your eyebrow from the end nearest your nose to the arch in a straight line. Then get your full length by measuring your eyebrow from the same end to the opposite tip in a straight line. Divide the two findings. If bigger than 1.618 then divide 1.618 by your Eyebrow ratio If smaller than 1.618

For your lip phi score percentage: For lip length measure the lip from end to end.

Divide your lip Length by your nose width. It will be 1.618 if perfect.