Although beauty is in the eye of the beholder, there are certain physical traits that, as humans, we find innately attractive. At least, according to the University of Texas, that is.
Researchers at the university conducted a study to find out what really is the “perfect” female body. At the end of the day, they found that model Kelly Brook (pictured below) fit the description of an ideal woman’s body.
University of Texas Study
However, despite being dubbed as having the most perfect body in the world, Brook claims that she has experienced backlash from the modeling industry due to being “too thick”. This shows that there may be a significant difference between ideal bodies in the modeling industry and what the average person finds attractive.
The study was conducted by examining physical aspects of women that were preferred by men. The research took into account body size, proportions, age and facial characteristics such as one’s lips, nose, and hair.
The fact that Brook has never had any form of surgery or physical reconstruction also adds to her physical attractiveness.
So, do you agree with the researchers’ conclusion? Does this accurately represent the “perfect” woman’s body type, or does it not? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section.
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