As a former wrestler in college, I would remember that once I made weight before a match I was extremely cut (6 PACK) and defined with chiselled facial features, cheeckbones, jawline, etc. I would walk around off season weight ~178 (pretty lean) and would naturally, through practices, dieting, extra workouts, slim down to ~167 (6% bf) and from there two days before weigh ins cut to 157 lbs. (lose 10 - 12 lbs water). I realize this is not very healthy, and I was DEHYDRATED and not enjoying life @ that state. But I also remember I really enjoyed the way I looked, with muscle definition. I especially liked the way I looked in the face. Girls did too. They would compliment me on how I had that Calvin Klein Model look. Ironically I was too hungry and thirsty to care about girls at the time. A full day after, I would return to my 167 lb. self. And would lose the gaunt features in the face. I am wondering if there is any HEALTHY way to ACHIEVE this look. Does this look only come from the loss of 10 lbs of water? (DEHYDRATION?) Is there any way to diet down in weight FURTHER while still being Hydrated to achieve this look? How many extra lbs. would I have to lose in order to have a Chiselled face? ( I am about 165 5% bf) LEAN Not really interested in muscle MASS or STRENGTH per se. How do male models achieve the gaunt chiseled look? I know they don't workout as hard as wrestlers for the runway. I know I have that look in me. I would like to know how to achieve and MAINTAIN it through HEALTHIER means. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.