Hugh Jackman, who entered America's collective consciousness through his role as the popular character Wolverine in 2000's X-Men, has recently been selected as People magazine's "Sexiest Man Alive." Although the timing of this award to coincide with the nationwide release of big-budget epic Australia may make some suspicious, there are good reasons why this Australian TV B-lister has risen to the top of Hollywood stardom.
He has qualities of the traditionally handsome man. Broad shoulders, well-defined pecs, biceps, and a tight abdomen all help maintain the gruff masculine exterior that landed him his first big action movie roles. Rugged chin, firm brow, and a strong nose all contribute to this appearance.
But what sets Jackman--and previous sexy men like George Clooney and Matt Daman--apart from all the other pretty faces out there is that his face betrays a softer, more sensitive interior. Men attract women with a rugged exterior, but hold them with a sensitive, caring, and genuine quality. This is something that hasn't changed in the history of cinema, at least. The reason why Clark Gable made women swoon in 1934's It Happened One Night, was that he was strong enough to take Claudette Colbert's sassy heiress, but too caring to leave her.
Whether you are not masculine enough or not sensitive enough, Dr. Lefkovits can help. With chin augmentation, a facelift, or rhinoplasty, he can help your face achieve or maintain masculine ruggedness. And if aging has made it difficult for you to project your sensitive interior, this too can be corrected. Sagging eyelids that make you seem tired or disinterested can be corrected with a blepharoplasty, and Botox injections can smooth the deep furrowed brows that give your face an angry cast.