The current Batman is the most handsome in the world, but there are other ‘heroes’ very close

The current Batman is the most handsome in the world, but there are other ‘heroes’ very close

In the Phi golden ratio of beauty, you measure the length and width of someone’s face and then divide the results. The premise is that the closer the proportions of a face or body are to the number 1.618 (Phi), the more beautiful they become. Measurements are taken from the hairline on the forehead to the point between the eyes.

From the point between the eyes and the bottom of the nose and from the bottom of the nose to the bottom of the chin and a person is considered more beautiful if the numbers are equal. Attention is then paid to the symmetry and proportion of the face.

Now someone is considered “beautiful” according to the golden ratio, if the length of the ear is equal to the length of the nose, and the width of one eye must be equal to the distance between the eyes. Complex right? But insiders revealed in February 2020 that there was a clear winner among Hollywood stars: Robert Pattinson.

Yes, science, which is now applied by the famous doctor Julian Silva, says that the new Batman is the most handsome in the world, thanks to his features that are classic and his jaw that seems to be chiselled. The only thing that failed is his lips, this because they are a little thin and flat, but his numbers in the rest of the face are “perfect”.

Other ‘heroes’ follow him closely

One of the most favorites could not be missing from this list, he gave life to the “rival” of the bat man, nothing less than Superman, the handsome Henry Cavill took second place with a 91.64 percent “beauty” against the 92.15 of the one who was the protagonist of the saga Twilight.

To the protagonist of Witcher, it cost him first place the space between his eyes. Also another Batman, nothing less than George Clooney reached position five, the husband of Amal Alamuddin achieved the figure of 89.91 percent, at some point he was number one, but as the saying goes, time does not forgive.

Melissa Galbraith
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