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These are the five BEST looking breasts according to men AND women


These are the five BEST-looking pairs of breasts according to men AND women (and size is NOT the most important thing)

The ideal breast size and shape have been revealed in a new study — and size isn’t the most important factor.

Researchers asked about 1,000 men and women to rate photos of more than two dozen breasts for attractiveness.

They found that those who were of average size and had more volume in the area above the nipples – called “upper pole fullness” – scored the highest.

Nipples that were closer together also scored high, as did perky breasts. But size and symmetry turned out not to be crucial.

The image above shows the five sets of breasts that were ranked most attractive by the more than 1,000 men and women who rated the images. All were medium in size and had more volume in the area above the nipples

For the study, the New York University researchers used images of the breasts of women who had surgery consultations between 2009 and 2019.

These individuals were all 47 years old and most likely had not had breast augmentation surgery before.

The images were then shown to 1,021 people, 52 percent of whom were women.

Participants were asked to score the breasts from one to five based on their perception of attractiveness, reserving a five for the most attractive breasts and one for the least attractive.

The results showed that the breasts scored an average of 2.5. But the top five breasts scored an average of 3.1.

In addition to having more upper volume and being of average size compared to the other breasts, the upper breasts had a significantly smaller distance between the nipples.

The five breasts had an average volume of 300 cm3.

It was also noticeable that the two top images for attractiveness did not have symmetrical breasts.

In the study, the researchers, led by plastic surgeon Dr Jonathan Bekisz, said: ‘When attempting to identify characteristic features or traits that correlated with perceptions of attractiveness, only projected breast contour was found to be associated with an increased subjective survey score.

“However, no other particular characteristic was found to significantly influence perceptions of breast aesthetics, a finding that may reflect the wide variations in personal preferences and the way individuals determine what they find attractive.”

“Alternatively, it may suggest that overall global appearance may be of more importance to one’s assessment than the presence or absence of certain individual breast components.”

Limitations of the study include that it looked at ratings from both men and women and that it did not cover the full range of breast sizes and shapes.

They added that the study’s use of photos may have hindered participants’ ability to “fully appreciate” certain aspects of breasts.

In the United States alone, approximately 600,000 women undergo breast surgery each year, with the aim of improving their appearance.

Prior to this, many go for aesthetic or reconstructive surgical consultations to help them discuss with an expert what changes they want to make to their breasts.

The research has been published in the journal Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery — Global Open.

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