"Beauty" is how we appreciate the world. It’s what attracts us to each other, and quite frankly, scientists suggest it's biologically advantageous. But what exactly makes something -- or, better yet, someone -- attractive?
Cognitive researchers Dr. Kang Lee and Dr. Pam Pallett claim to have found some key factors in determining how attractive a woman's face may appear to others. They even suggested in a 2010 study that these keys to attractiveness include facial ratio, alluring features, and averageness.
Watch the video above for a rundown of what Pallett and Lee now have to say about their research -- and leave your thoughts in the comments section below.
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Interested in more research on facial attractiveness?
Dr. Kendra Schmid, assistant professor of biostatistics at University of Nebraska-Lincoln, also calculated a facial ratio to measure attractiveness using 29 different points on the face -- and she also incorporated the idea of the golden ratio. Click here to see how her study measures up.