Researchers discovered that the Golden ratio is closely related to the human perception of physical beauty. The golden beauty ratio is about 1.618. It is considered ideal if the distance between certain regions of the face and another defined region is closer to 1.618. Seven such calculations are carried out. If all seven are perfect, it appears to be the most beautiful face.
Male and Female Golden Ratio Face Calculator
The Golden Ratio, also known as Divine Proportion and Golden Section, is a number (1.618) that occurs in nature and can be seen in architecture. It is represented by the Greek letter “phi.” The golden ratio is abundant in the face.
The entire head forms a golden rectangle, with the eyes in the center, one end at the top of the head, and the other end at the bottom of the chin. Creating a line from the top of the head to the tip of the nose and intersecting it with the center of the brow.
Label the distance from the tip of the nose to the midpoint of the brow as b. The distance between the brow’s midpoint and the top of the head and label is a. Divide a by b to get the golden ratio, or close enough for some people with less symmetry. Taking the same line, multiply a and b by a to get the divine proportion. These are only two of the many naturally occurring phenomena on the face. However, facial symmetry has nothing to do with beauty.