However the more attractive a face is, regardless of ethnicity, the less the variations from the mask seem to occur. That is, in the attractive face from any ethnic group the correlation with the mask is extremely high. It is somewhat artificial to put people into categories, since even people placed in the same category can have significant variations. This is the case with human attractiveness and geographic races ethnic groups. There are nine geographic races, each with particular genetic similarities.
Race - “Race” and the reality of human physical variation | Britannica
The Mediterranean race also Mediterranid race was a historical race concept that was a sub-race of the Caucasian race as categorised by anthropologists in the late 19th to midth centuries. To a lesser extent, certain populations of people in Ireland , western parts of Great Britain , and Southern Germany , despite living far from the Mediterranean, were deemed as potentially having some minority Mediterranean elements in their population, such as Bavaria , Wales and Cornwall. Carleton S. Coon characterized the subgroup as having shorter or medium not tall stature, long dolichocephalic or moderate mesocephalic skull, a narrow and often slightly aquiline nose , prevalence of dark hair and eyes,  and cream to tan or dark brown skin tone; olive complexion being especially common and epitomizing the supposed Mediterranean race.
Ethnicity and Identity in the Ancient Mediterranean World
Ethnicity and identity are important fields of research within the study of the ancient Mediterranean world. They are crucial social issues within the modern world, and it seems that they were also vital in Classical antiquity. Many different types of identity are evident in the ancient Mediterranean world — gender, age, religion, rank status, legal status, professional, regional, ethnic and cultural identities being perhaps the most notable. This entry will focus on the last two forms of identity in this list, ethnic and cultural. Ethnic and cultural identities are closely linked, and it is easy to get them confused.
In the United States , for example, the people identified as African Americans do not share a common set of physical characteristics. There is a greater range of skin colours, hair colours and textures, facial features, body sizes, and other physical traits in this category than in any other human aggregate identified as a single race. Features of African Americans vary from light skins, blue or gray eyes, and blond hair to dark skins, black eyes, and crinkly hair and include every range and combination of characteristics in between. All this gives clear evidence of the socially arbitrary nature of race categories in North America.