A recent study has revealed that the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Beckinsale, Jessica Biel, and Scarlett Johansson all have ‘perfect’ noses. According to the research, the optimal rotation angle at the nasal tip should be 106 degrees to enhance a woman’s beauty. If the nose is rotated less than 90 degrees, it may look long and masculine. Dr Omar Ahmed from New York University stated that the perfect shape of the nose has been a topic of discussion for years. Researchers conducted experiments with different angles and rotations to determine the ideal nose shape. It is now known that Scarlett Johansson’s nose is one of the best. Plastic surgeons conducted the analysis and concluded that a slightly upturned nose is the most attractive for women.
A recent study by US plastic surgeons has determined the ideal shape for a woman’s nose. According to the study, the perfect nose should be slightly upturned, with an angle of rotation at the nasal tip of 106 degrees when measured from the lip up. The study also found that a nose rotated less than 90 degrees to the face looks droopy, long and masculine. The researchers used digital portraits of young white women aged between 18 to 25 years old, which were ranked online by almost 4,000 men and women drawn from the same age group. However, an expert noted that surgeons always strive to get the perfect look for the individual, rather than sticking to a textbook formula.
Discovering the Perfect Nose: By utilizing three distinct measurements known as Crumley 1, Crumley 2, and Goode measurements (represented as a, b, and c), a team of experts have found out the optimal angle for noses to be at 106°. Although typically, the range of rotation for men is between 90 to 100 degrees and 95 to 110 degrees for women, this study has landed somewhere in the middle. In the past, having surgery on the nose was stigmatized since the results all ended up looking the same. However, today, we are creating noses that suit each face, resulting in people complimenting their beautiful eyes or lovely smile since the face as a whole looks natural. The angle of the nose is only one aspect used in a customized approach. This study focused solely on young white women, and the researchers caution that the findings may not apply to other ethnicities or men.