Amber Heard is the most mathematically beautiful woman
We don't think you really need a scientist to tell you that Amber Heard is gorgeous, but that's exactly what's happened.
According to Dr Julian De Silva, of London's Centre for Advanced Facial Cosmetic & Plastic Surgery, Heard's features fit the golden ratio of 1.618.
You might remember that number, also known as Phi, from the four art history classes you actually attended in high school. As the name suggests, it dates back to Ancient Greece.
"The Greeks discovered that the ratio occurs everywhere in nature and for thousands of years it has been thought to hold the secret formula of the world's most beautiful faces," Us Magazine quotes De Silva.
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His researchers created a computer program that measures the shape of someone's face, which means it's easier than ever before to tell a woman whether her appearance is acceptable or not.
We're sorry if there's a hint of sarcasm coming through here, but come on. How are your ratios, De Silva?
"The Phi ratio of 1.618 has long been thought to hold the secret for beauty, but now with the computer mapping we can calculate how it applies to real women," he said.
According to his calculations, Heard's face is the most aesthetically pleasing.
"[Her]eyes, eyebrows, nose, lips, chin, jaw and facial shape were measured and 12 key marker points were analysed and found to be 91.85 per cent of the Greek ratio of Phi, which is 1.618," Us Magazine quotes the study.
Other notable faces in the top 10 include Kate Moss, Emily Ratajkowski and both Kim Kardashian and Kendall Jenner. Proud momager Kris Jenner clearly doesn't share our ambivalence on this one: