Bonus: how to calculate the proportions of ideal breasts
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Scientists have calculated a so-called “triangle rule”. According to this, in order to find out whether your breasts have ideal proportions, draw an ABC triangle on the breasts. The AC line will be the base of the triangle and it will connect the nipples; while the top part of the triangle will be a dimple between the clavicle. Mentally split the length of the AC line in half, and divide the result by the length of AB and AC lines. The ideal breasts will have a ratio of 0.4 to 0.6. If the result is less than 0.4, it means that the breasts are sagging; if it’s more than 0.6, it means the breasts are too high.
This method is used in plastic surgery in order to get the right proportions. Meanwhile, women should keep in mind that ideal is a personal concept and that matching or not matching these calculations don’t make you less beautiful.
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Illustrated by Natalia Tylosova for BrightSide.me