# People Are Wondering If These 11 Celebrities Look Any Different After The Golden Ratio Is Applied To Their Photos

The golden ratio is still employed in many fields where symmetry and proportionality are important. For example, this measurement system was once used to assist people in understanding which faces were thought attractive and which were not.

The Golden Ratio is a mathematical ratio you can find almost anywhere, like nature, architecture, painting, and music. It creates an organic, balanced, and aesthetically pleasing composition when specifically applied to design.

For example, the measurement from the navel to the floor and the top of the head to the navel is the golden ratio. Animal bodies exhibit similar tendencies, including dolphins (the eye, fins, and tail all fall at Golden Sections), starfish, sand dollars, sea urchins, ants, and honey bees.

According to a study by renowned cosmetic surgeon Julian De Silva, Bella Hadid holds the crown for the most beautiful woman in the world. De Silva compiled his list of top 10 women by using what is referred to as the Golden Ratio theory.

What would celebs look like if the golden ratio were applied to them? Of course, they are all beautiful people, but are they "golden ratio" beautiful?

Here are the findings, which you can examine and draw your own conclusions from. Were they prettier before or after the golden ratio application?

## 1. Salma Hayek

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## 2. Dua Lipa

The "golden ratio" is a unique mathematical relationship. Two numbers are in the golden ratio if the ratio of the sum of the numbers (a+b) divided by the larger number (a) is equal to the ratio of the larger number divided by, the smaller number (a/b).

The golden ratio is about 1.618 and is represented by the Greek letter phi, Φ. It is best approximated by the famous "Fibonacci numbers." They are a never-ending sequence starting with 0 and 1, and continuing by adding the previous two numbers.

To illustrate - the next numbers in the Fibonacci sequence are 1,2,3, and 5.

## 3. Megan Fox

## 4. Monica Bellucci

## 5. Billie Eilish

The story of these numbers is interesting. Leonardo Fibonacci came up with the sequence while he was calculating the ideal expansion pairs of rabbits.

Its emerging patterns and ratios may now be seen at all scales, from the micro to the macro, and from living systems to inanimate objects. While the Golden Ratio does not account for every structure or pattern in the universe, it is undoubtedly a significant factor

## 6. Zoë Kravitz

## 7. Zendaya

## 8. Jennifer Lopez

## 9. Lady Gaga

## 10. Blake Lively

## 11. Carrie-Anne Moss

Some of the most common examples of the golden ratio are:

1. Flower petals

2. Seedheads

3. Pinecones

4. Tree branches

5. 6.Sea shells

6. Spiral Galaxies

7. Hurricanes

8. Faces

9. Fingers

10.DNA molecules

Being attractive is nice. But standards for beauty change over time.

Just take a look at all those plastic influencers on TikTok and Instagram. That's the best example of shifting standards.

They would be forced to wear ugly-proof hoods over their heads during Renesainse. If you are wondering what’s the average value – one study has shown that most people score between 4 and 6, and Dr. Schmid (who conducted the study) says no one has ever been a perfect 10.