The Crown Clinic was back in the news again this week with our new survey about how often men and women change their hairstyles.
Our poll of 1,000 men and women found that men only change their style once every six years.
Women, on the oher hand, change their look every year.
It means your typical man only has three hair styles in his formative years between 18 and 35. Women switch looks every year.
The poll was picked up enthusiastically by the media - attracting coverage in The Times, the Sun, Cosmopolitan and Mail Online.
Read all about it here.
We asked male and female respondents to name the celebrity whose hair they most admired.
Men picked David Beckham, who has had 35 hairstyles between the ages of 18 and 35 - putting him in the top 2% of vainest men.
Women picked lovely Holly Willoughby from This Morning, who changes her hair about once a year - making her average in the vanity stakes.
Our surgeon, Dr Asim Shahmalak, gave reasons why men change their hairstyle.
With 30% of men losing their hair by the time they are 30 clearly baldness is a big factor.
Dr Shahmalak explained: "Thankfully, the days of them combing over a bald patch like Bobby Charlton are well behind us.
"These days men losing their hair often shave their heads to cover up their baldness. However, increasing numbers - inspired by people like Wayne Rooney - are opting for hair