Thanks for the help, the second one doesn't look any other normal grey I've owned before tho, the cheek patch is more yellow than redThe first is most likely a cinnamon lutino. It could be a cinnamon fallow instead, but fallow is a fairly rare mutation making the latter unlikely. Cinnamon lutinos 9 times out of 10 are female.
The second is just a normal gray. I can't place a number to it but most normal grays are males because they carry two Z chromosomes that cancel out recessive sex-linked mutations. Hens only carry one Z chromosome which means recessive sex-linked mutations are more commonly visual for them.
No worries, thanks for the help with the lutinoI just compared "it" to my young ones that are split whiteface. It turns out your normal gray may have a odd facial mutation after all. Those really rare facial mutations really aren't my forte, I hope somebody who knows more about them can help you figure it out sorry.