Beauty is just about physical symmetry, British scientists say. By means of modern devises, they measured 24 parts of the body in a large group of people. Among these parts were breast and hip diameter, elbow and shoulder joints and the other spots.
Then, scientists asked volunteers to assess the looks of the experiment participants. It turned out that the more symmetry was in measured parts, the more appealing a person looked. Scientists believe that physical symmetry is subconsciously perceived as a reflection of good health and genes, which is crucial for the continuation of human race.