An 18-year-old woman has been dubbed Britain's most beautiful face, with her well-proportioned features, even said to be the world's most beautiful.
In a quest to find the perfect face in the England, New-York based Lorraine Cosmetics reviewed thousands of contenders before deciding on blonde beauty Florence Colgate. Entrants to the competition, titled Lorraine: Naked, were judged sans make-up and were required not to have undergone any form of plastic or cosmetic surgery.
As winner of the competition, Colgate's aesthetically pleasing features fetched her lucrative deals in the modeling world, the Weekly World News said. Some of those include a modeling contract in London and apparently a tie-up with Superdrug stores, where images of the aspiring model will be displayed on their billboard advertisements, in addition to being regularly featured in the beauty retailer's magazine Dare.
This blue-eyed beauty only wears light foundation, mascara and some concealer, says the Daily Mail (DM). Women should not have to feel that they have to wear make-up. I hope people will look at me and think they don't need to. I'm very happy with the way I look and I would never have any plastic surgery or Botox, Colgate said, according to the report.
Colgate's face is in perfect symmetry, with the ratio between her eyes, mouth, forehead and chin in perfect proportion, stated the report in DM.
Some experts have already given out a scientific explanation to her natural beauty, Florence has all the classic signs of beauty, said PhD student Carmen Lefèvre from the University of St Andrews, according to the publication. She has large eyes, high cheekbones, full lips and a fair complexion. Symmetry appears to be a very important cue to attractiveness.
Colgate is currently a senior at Deal's Dover Grammar School in the shire county of Kent and also works Saturdays in a fish-n-chip shop. Her optimum good looks, it appears, haven't nudged her off the present main goal to study business management, the report said.
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