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Why Beckham Is Top Of The Crops

Posted in Celebrity & Media, on Fri, February 15, 2013

It was wonderful to see Crown Clinic at the centre of the news again this week.

We commissioned a poll of 1,000 men to find out the most popular haircuts of the last 100 years.

No big surprise that the quiff - the classic slicked back style first made popular by Elvis Presley in the Fifties - topped the poll.

It is one of those timeless styles which is constantly coming back into fashion.

In recent years David Beckham, Radio 1 breakfast show host Nick Grimshaw and Zayn Malik from One Direction have all worn quiffs.

The top ten styles in the poll were a mixture of modern styles (the Justin Bieber brushed forward look) and more classic styles such as the side parting.

You can read the full findings of the poll here on the Daily Mail Online - the most popular news website in the world.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2277377/Hair-The-10-best-haircuts-time--worst--Beckham-ALL.html

The story has been on the website virtually all this week, so obviously their millions of readers really enjoyed it.

We were stunned when we analysed the results to find that David Beckham had had all of the top ten most popular styles.

As a bit of fun, we also commissioned research to find the three least popular styles. These were corn rows, a Mohican and curtains (long hair, centre parting).

And guess what - David Beckham had had all these three styles too (obviously when they were still in fashion).

Our Dr Asim Shahmalak explained how more men c0me to the Crown Clinic hoping to get hair like David Beckham than any other celebrity.

We do our very best to meet their requirements  - it is just a shame that we cannot transplant football skills too! 

Spex  Dr Shahmalak