From Sky News: Men yearn for a woman from Sheffield who works as a nurse and looks great in a floral dress. On the other hand, women prefer male doctors from Newcastle who wear cashmere sweaters. These are two of the findings from a study of 4,000 people which looked at what constitutes the "ultimate" attractive man and woman. According to the study, commissioned for Grazia magazine, men are more attracted to "curvy" rather than skinny women, and prefer brunettes with "long, wavy hair". More than three-quarters (78%) of men see a "friendly smile" as the most attractive feature in a woman and most (74%) see cooking as the interest they find most attractive in the opposite sex.