Men Like Curves, Women Like Thin: The Perfect Female Body Revealed

Julia White

Women may spend HOURS gazing at Cara Delevingne's eyebrows wishing they could grow their own pair, long for Kate Middleton's hairdresser to be available on tap or spend their evenings doing sit-ups to look just like Gwyn.

But ask men, and they're actually drooling over Kim Kardashian's boobs, Kelly Brook's body and Megan Fox's 'come to bed' eyes.

A new survey has shown just how different men and women are when it comes to their perfect body types for women - with men being all about CURVES, CURVES, CURVES and girls hankering after much slimmer figures a la Elle MacPherson.

Lingerie brand Bluebella gathered the preferences of both genders, creating 'body beautiful' composites using the most celebrated physical attributes of a bunch of celebrities.

While women opted for the boyish hips of young Noah actress Emma Watson, men plumped for the fuller curves of 34-year-old model Kelly Brook.

And despite men admiring full boobs like reality TV star Kim Kardashian, women would much rather have Jennifer Aniston's perter and perkier pair.

Women's ideal stomach may be the curveless washboard abs of health guru Gwyneth Paltrow, but men are actually far more keen on Corrie star Michelle Keegan's tum.

And when it comes to legs, women are all about 50-year-old Elle MacPherson's pins, with men drooling over super sexy British model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.

In terms of the face, the sexes are divided over the ideal features too.

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While women reckon Burberry model Cara Delevingne epitomises perfection, men are more attracted to sexy actress Megan Fox (and those seductive eyes).

And although women wish they had groomed, perfect locks like Kate Middleton, it's all about hot Hollywood Scarlett Johansson's mane for the men.

Men and women are closer aligned when it comes to the perfect man.

Both sexes long for a ripped body, with the main difference being folicle focused - women want floppy Harry Styles hair. Men, in contrast, want Brad Pitt's crop.