In England, an 18-year-old woman was picked from more than 8,000 candidates in a contest to find the PERFECT FACE. She's blonde, she has blue eyes, her face is almost perfectly symmetrical, and her eyes and mouth hit all of the mathematical ratios for ideal beauty. She's 18-year-old Florence Colgate of Kent, England, and she's a blonde-haired, blue-eyed student who works at a stand that sells French fries. And she was picked from more than 8,000 candidates in a contest to find the PERFECT FACE. Here's why she was chosen . . . Her face is almost perfectly symmetrical, which is a sign of beauty. The space between her pupils is just under half of the width of her face, which is supposed to be the perfect scientific ratio for attractiveness. And the distance between her eyes and mouth is about a third of the measurement from her hairline to her chin . . . again, that's supposedly the ideal ratio for a beautiful face.