The ‘Perfect face’ apparently includes George Clooney’s greying hair and David Beckham’s beard
The other combines George Clooney’s greying hair with David Beckham’s beard.
But together these two ‘perfect faces’ show exactly what we look for in male beauty.
They reveal what the most handsome man in the world would look like by combining the best-loved features from celebrities.
The second graphic features the most loved facial features from celebrities over 30.
The two perfect faces were created following a survey of 1,000 people by the Crown Clinic, a transplant centre in Manchester.
One Direction’s Harry Styles’ curly and unkempt hair was voted the most popular. This was combined with Zac Efron’s piercing blue eyes and Twilight hunk Robert Pattison’s stubble.
The younger perfect face is completed with Drive star Ryan Gosling’s square jawline and Fifty Shades of Grey actor Jamie Dornan’s nose.
The older perfect face combines George Clooney’s greying hair with David Beckham’s beard.
The look is finished off with Bradley Cooper’s blue eyes, model David Gandy’s jawline and Brad Pitt’s nose.
The survey shows that fans believe older stars look better with a full beard rather than stubble, which works better on under-30s.
George Clooney’s enduring popularity shows that greying hair is no barrier to sex appeal.
Surgeon Asim Shahmalak from the Crown Clinic said that David Beckham and George Clooney were the two male celebrities whose hair men seeking a hair transplant want to replicate.
Dr Shahmalak said: “Have you ever seen David Beckham or George Clooney have a bad hair day?
“Whatever hair style they adopt, they look amazing.
“It is the same with their facial hair: clean-shaven, heavy stubble, full beard – they looking fantastic with all of them.”
Dr Shahmalak added: “It is worth noting that all the men picked out for their beauty have a full head of hair.
“Going grey may be no barrier to sexiness but going bald certainly is in the eyes of most people.”
Crown Clinic has seen a 25 per cent surge in hair transplants in the last two years – sparked by celebrities such as Robbie Williams and Wayne Rooney going public following their successful operations.