possible to be the wish of every woman in the world, to have the ideal body, The
fact is, this is something that women view in different ways. However, some scientists
worked to come up with how the woman body really should look like.
industry has portrayed the skinny type of body as ideal, but they idealize it because
of their creations, which look perfect on a skinny type of body. It’s all about
profits. however, science has a completely opposite insight. According to
scientists from the University of Texas these are the sizes for the ideal woman
body which is 1.68 tall with 99-63-91 busthipweight measurements.
someone like the woman in the pic:
what you thought, right? Her name is Kelly Brook, a famous 34-year old model
from England. Some people use to refer to Brook as “plump,” however, scientists
say she has the ideal bod in terms of attractiveness. Mainly because this body
shape also frames the most important human trait regarding mating – fertility.
What do we want as part of the species?
our primary function is to have children, and a full body shape like Brook’s means
efficiency at doing that. Men are attracted to facial and body treats like
Brook’s and they associate them with good health and youth. Research has shown
that attraction is cross cultural, according to a study, men from different
cultural backgrounds will be attracted to the same type of woman with youthful
and healthy characteristics.
industry wants skinny models?
the fashion industry is trying to sell clothes,” That is what Jennifer Lee, a top
fashion designer said. Fashion models are hired because their skill is to highlight
the lines and structure of what they wear, that is why there aren’t many models
skinny models rule the catwalk and fashion industry, science has proven that
men are attracted to larger sized women. Mainly because, in reproductive terms,
being thin is also associated with diseases and health conditions, striking a
balance is the key for good health.
following video to learn more about popular women body types:
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