It is a good thing Ceci Minazzoli had the good sense to scatter tattoos across that body. Otherwise her perfection would be bordering on uncanny valley levels of eeriness. A woman that looks like her should not be possible without manipulating genetic code, and I am not entirely sure of the legality of doing stuff like that. I once saw this documentary called Gattaca that was quite enlightening about the whole genetic altering thing. Apparently, it opens up this whole can of ethical worms that I really should not get into here, but long story short it is probably the reason I cannot become an astronaut.
Now my only thought is what laboratory Ceci was made in, and when were they awarded their Nobel prize? Was it when she was born, or when she reached the legal age? This may seem a bit pedantic, but the law is very clear in these matters and I will not try to cross them again. Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, and I am on a federal list. But all jokes aside, her face looks like it was molded from a diamond dipped in gold and glazed in honey.
Photo Credit: Jonathan Fiedler