First of all… this is Colton Haynes, best known for his role on MTV’s Teen Wolf…
(He currently plays Roy Harper on the CW show Arrow.)
…and also for his role as the most beautiful and perfect man on Earth.
1. To start… His jaw line is actually literally perfect.
2. Like, if scientists had to build a perfect human face from scratch, they would probably just recreate this face exactly.
3. He uses his perfect face to make smoldering gestures like this.
6. His hair and eyebrows and jaw are actually scientifically without flaw.
7. At any given moment, if he’s not moving, he looks like a perfect golden statue.
8. He makes this beautiful face when blowing kisses.
9. And this beautiful face standing next to Ryan Lochte.
10. He is, ANATOMICALLY SPEAKING, WITHOUT FLAW.
11. His hair and his eyes and his eyebrows and his skin and freckles are actually just beautiful and perfect.
13. He can wear this hat and still look beautiful.
14. His face looks like it was chiseled from actual Grecian marble.
15. His body looks like it was actually just made to be in a suit and to look perfect and beautiful.
16. He has beautiful, perfect friends.
17. He looks beautiful and perfect with this mullet.
20. And with no hair at all and also a tan.
22. He looks beautiful and perfect next to this seal.
*Jealous of seal*
24. He created quite possibly the most beautiful and perfect picture ever taken with a dolphin.
*Jealous of dolphin*
25. He can pull off this deep V-neck.
Might actually be a tank, but I want to believe.
27. HE IS, ACCORDING TO SCIENCE AND GODS AND MEN, ACTUALLY PERFECT.
28. His gaze is actually the definition of what a beautiful and perfect gaze should be.
30. He is, basically, the most beautiful and perfect man alive.
31. And he is actually just a flawless human being.
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