Florence Colgate, the 18-year-old student who was recently named "Britain's Most Beautiful Face" by experts, is not the only woman to be told she deserves the title.
Colgate won a competition by Lorraine Cosmetics because she has the perfect face with the "optimum ratio" between her eyes, mouth, forehead and chin, according to the judges. (See Florence Colgate's Photo Here)
However, in the past, similar scientific studies have been applied to the face of celebrities.
In a research by the University of Toronto published in 2009, Canadian singer Shania Twain was rated as having perfect facial features.
Also actress Elizabeth Hurley met the scientific measurements for a perfectly proportioned face while surprisingly, Angelina Jolie didn't, according to the research.
In that study researchers said the physical dimensions of a face gave signals about the health and fertility of the woman and that men were attracted to younger and more feminine faces.