Throughout history the idea of the women’s beauty has changed, from celebrating womanly curves to imposing ideals of women’s skinnier representation.
While the standards have changed, we are sure that beauty is regarded as timeless irrespective of the period.
They are still represented today as a world inspiration.
Who in the history of human civilization are the best desirable, beautiful and desirable women?
10. Jean Shrimpton
Jean Rosemary Shrimpton is an English model and an actress.
She was a Swinging London icon and is one of the first supermodels in the world.
During the peak of her career, the iconic face of Jean was more celebrated.
Jean Shrimpton became a household name with the covers of Vogue and Harpers.
Publishers from every leading lifestyle magazine were just crazy, only to hire her–perhaps the first celebrity model in those days.
Her appearance is unquestionably beautiful: her chestnut hair, the large blue doe eyes and her perfect face structure that forms into the most perfect cupid’s bow.
Whilst Jean’s esthetic has never transformed, she has always been successful.
Supermodels today, are still inspired by her classic, sophisticated look.
Her beauty is imaginative, which made her somebody, that you’re looking for, it’s not the girl next door.
9. Vivien Leigh
Vivien Leigh, born in Darjeeling, India, who died in London 50 years ago.
The British actress was not only the most beautiful of her time but one of her most gifted and popular actors.
Vivien Leigh is well-known for playing Scarlett O’Hara in Gone With The Wind with 1400 other actors.
Leigh’s life, however, was as colorful and disturbing as Scarlett herself, filled with dramatic ups and downs.
8. Charlize Theron
Charlize Theron is an American actress and producer from South Africa.
She has been awarded several awards, among them an Academy Award, an American Cinematographer Award, the Silver Bear for Best Actress.
The actress, 44 years old, has stumbled into fame and has brought her to Hollywood for several events.
Thanks to her mom’s support (with the dream of being a ballerina having been given up), Charlize went on a one-way flight to LA.
In the beginning, she had difficulty, and she stayed in this motel as a manager. There has been a star born.
She now runs the African Outreach Program and is one of Hollywood’s most successful women.
7. Ava Gardner
She was known as one of the world’s most beautiful women and had a glamorous unmounting lifestyle.
Gardner has endured troubled marriages with some of the most famous American men, including Mickey Rooney and Frank Sinatra, without being unfamiliar with the luxuriant Hollywood parties or cocktail bars.
But her looks were also used to play down her serious talent as an actress and Gardner knew of her abilities during her lifetime.
She played in some of its generation’s most important movies in Hollywood and in the last decades has gained her credit as an actor.
Gardner was a stylized version of herself, which she had played and was successful in some movies.
Her talents were for directiveness and boldness, for sexual desire and furious regret.
She tried to live for herself, and her independence is one of her most memorable things.
6. Jessica Alba
Jessica Marie Alba is an American actress and businesswoman.
She started her television and film shows at the age of 13 at Camp Nowhere and The Secret World of Alex Mack.
At 19, where she received a nomination for the Golden Globe for performance as the lead actress of the television series Dark Angel.
From romantic comedies to psychological thrills, the stunning-looking Hollywood star played roles.
A successful business named The Honor Company was also started by Mother of Two.
Speaking about her heavenly looks, Jessica Alba has a narrow chin with high cheekbones and big eyes.
Jessica Alba, by definition, is the most perfect human female in scientific terms.
Men will also be attracted to that consciously and unconsciously.
5. Diana, Princess of Wales
In July 1981, Prince Charles was married to Lady Diana Spencer who is the mother of Prince William and Prince Harry.
But Diana became an international icon for herself with her own right.
Her exquisite style has dictated her own appearance as time passed.
In the aftermath of her passing away in Paris, the United Kingdom Prime Minister Tony Blair referred to her famously as “the people’s princess.”
Diana was known for both her charitable work and her style. On August 31, 1997, she died in a car crash in Paris, but remained a fashion icon and the “queen of people’s hearts.”
4. Audrey Hepburn
Audrey Hepburn was a British actress and humanitarian.
Recognized for her roles in Hollywood and as a fashion icon, she was ranked in the International Best Dressed List Hall of Fame as Golden Age’s third greatest women’s film legend by the American Film Institute.
Film superstar Audrey Hepburn was named by a panel of experts as the most beautiful woman of all time.
3. Marilyn Monroe
This is the most influential sex icon in the world, Marilyn Monroe. Why?
She’s not tight in her tummy, her thighs touch, and her arms are not firm and thin and she had stretch marks unlike to skinny models of today.
The MOST BEAUTIFUL women in history she is known to be.
No name is as quickly as it sits right for feminine beauty like Marilyn Monroe, a screen siren of the 1950s whose shining glamorous public life often eclipsed her tragic private life.
Despite having a ‘dumb blonde’ stereotype, she was part of the building of her own stardom power off-camera.
She founded her own film company in 1954 because she was unhappy with major studio contracts offers.
2. Grace Kelly
Grace Kelly has one of the world’s most famous and beautiful faces, and we are sure that it would be not easy to find someone who disagrees.
She was just 20 years old and began acting in films, making this beauty wave in the movie business until she married Prince Rainier III.
At the age of 26 and then retired to the official duties as her highness of Monaco.
Kelly’s beauty is legendary, yet, before dedicating her life to the monarchy, Grace had the talent to back it up and had a brilliant film career before becoming the Princess of Monaco.
1. Cleopatra VII
I know our first ranker is far past recorded history, but I have an explanation for this.
Cleopatra is a well-known, historical, cultural icon and Female beauty from the Ancient world.
She was the last known pharaoh Ptolemaic Queen of Egypt.
In many media and literature, such as the movies Cleopatra, the tragedy of William Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra, the Caesar and Cleopatra play of George Bernard Shaw, she was and is still portrayed today as a gorgeous queen.
In western culture, she is a renowned source of everlasting fascination.
She was considered a great beauty even in the ancient world.
Many literary works have highly described and praised her beauty.
She was observed as “her beauty, as we are told, was in itself neither altogether incomparable nor such as to strike those who saw her,” in the life of Antony by Plutarch.