Amber Heard Found To Have The Most Perfect Face On Earth


It’s been found that Amber Heard actually has the most perfect face on Earth according to a new study by a doctor who utilised the Greek Golden Ratio of Beauty to support his claim.

What is this ‘Greek Golden Ratio of Beauty’ and why does it prove that Amber Heard’s face is the most perfect face on Earth?

This ratio of ‘Phi’ was discovered by the Greeks and it is used in mathematics, art, design, film, photography and much more.

The ratio 1.618 can be found everywhere in nature and many have considered it a secret formula to create perfection.

The doctor in question who’s claiming that Amber Heard’s face is the most perfect face on Earth is Dr. Julian De Silva.

He works at the Centre for Advanced Facial Cosmetic & Plastic Surgery in London.

During an interview with Unilad, Dr. De Silva explained how he used the Golden Ratio to find that Heard has the most perfect face on Earth.

He detailed how he used his facial-scanning technology which allows him to map faces to deduce which faces have perfect proportions.

Dr. De Silva analysed 12 key points of Heard’s facial structure, including her eyes, lips, nose, chin, and overall face shape.

Amber Heard’s face is the most perfect face on Earth


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Dr. De Silva revealed that according to the Golden Ratio theory, Heard’s face was 91.85% perfect.

This is higher than other famous people he studied.

Dr. De Silva also analysed the likes of Kim Kardashian, Emily Ratajkowski, Scarlett Johansson, Rihanna and Kate Moss.

Using the same process, he found that Kim Kardashian has the most perfect eyebrows and Emily Ratajkowski has the perfect lips.

Scarlett Johansson has the most perfect eyes and Kate Moss has the perfect forehead.

He combined all those attributes onto Rihanna’s face shape to create the “perfect face.”

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Do you think that Amber Heard has the most perfect face on Earth?

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