A recent study on women’s facial attractiveness in a magazine article has sparked a debate over what makes a woman attractive.
The study examined whether there was a link between facial beauty and intelligence and found that facial attractiveness is influenced by genetics and environmental factors.
The research also found that women who have a higher intelligence score are more attractive to men.
However, the study’s author, Elizabeth Shuster, told Business Insider that the findings do not support a link to intelligence, despite some of the results.
Shuster said that the results show that facial beauty does not correlate with intelligence and that beauty in itself is not related to intelligence.