Is the “perfect body” really what we think it is?

Perfect Body

We’ve always been told that a slim and thin figure is what makes a woman beautiful. But recent research has challenged this notion, revealing that the ideal female physique may actually be “fuller” and “curvier in shape”.

According to a study conducted by Texas University, a BMI of 18.85 and specific body measurements are considered ideal. These measurements include a bust of 93 cm, a waist of 61 cm, and hips of 87 cm. The study also highlighted the importance of the hip to waist ratio, which should fall between 0.65 and 0.75.

Interestingly, this study found that Kelly Brook, a British model, perfectly fits all these criteria. While society may consider her body “plump” according to current beauty standards, science reveals that her figure is what most men find attractive.

But let’s remember that beauty is subjective. Everyone has different tastes and preferences, and what one person finds attractive may not be the same for someone else.

This study offers insight into the ideal physical form, but it does not mean that all other bodies are undesirable or unattractive. It simply challenges the notion that a skinny woman is the only form of beauty. It’s important to acknowledge that beauty comes in many different shapes and sizes, especially in a time where diversity is embraced.

In fact, the modeling industry has started embracing plus-size models like Ashley Graham, who perfectly embodies this newfound understanding of beauty.

So, what do you think? How does this study change society’s definition of beauty? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below!