All this discussion lead me to also consider how, as humans, we're supposed to inherently find symmetry beautiful. And this is how many other animals view such things as well. The more symmetrical the butterfly or the peacock, apparently the more attractive to potential partners. Many scientists say the same thing about humans. So, the most beautiful people are supposedly the most symmetrical people.
I'm wondering if this is actually true. Nothing very scientific about the method. This is what I am asking: Who, in your opinion, are some of the most beautiful people in the world? (and obviously pictures would be useful).
Remember, however, that, contrary to other animals, we tend to separate beauty from attraction. You can think someone's beautiful but not find them attractive. And you can find someone incredibly attractive, but you would never say they are beautiful. I'd like beautiful people please!