Should I have a nose job? Why?

Updated on : December 3, 2021 by Messiah Head



Should I have a nose job? Why?

This is a very personal choice. If you think you should get one then get it. But don't fall for the traps that many people have made.
Then do the following:

1. Go to great lengths to find the best plastic surgeon you can afford. If you must wait and save money, do it. This is a very important procedure and you don't want to go through the nose "mills" where everyone comes out looking the same.

2. Have several different doctors or computer graphics skilled people make "PhotoShop" images of what it might look like with various types of rhinoplasty. T

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This is a very personal choice. If you think you should get one then get it. But don't fall for the traps that many people have made.
Then do the following:

1. Go to great lengths to find the best plastic surgeon you can afford. If you must wait and save money, do it. This is a very important procedure and you don't want to go through the nose "mills" where everyone comes out looking the same.

2. Have several different doctors or computer graphics skilled people make "PhotoShop" images of what it might look like with various types of rhinoplasty. There are simple nostrils that are formed through complete changes from the bridge of the nose to the tip. Each one changes their appearance in different ways. A bad nose job is sometimes worse than never doing it. There are many women who walk with a flat and dead upper lip due to nerve damage. There are many who look like sisters because of the very cheap work that makes them look the same. Then there are those who continually groom and remake their noses due to dissatisfaction, and end up looking like Michael Jackson.
Just don't rush into making a decision that will change your life.

3. Spend some time with a counselor / therapist to discuss how you feel now and how you think things will change for you. I know too many people who have rushed to get their nose done and been very disappointed in their appearance, because they find that their lives did not change the way they expected.

4. Be aware that many doctors will often tell you that you may need other procedures to make yourself look "better." Eye work, changes in lips, cheeks, skin, etc.

5. Study other women with big or oddly shaped noses, from Barbara Streisand, Meryl Streep, Christine LaGarde and many others (just Google "women with big noses" to see dozens of famous women who have NOT undergone nose surgery. )

Then once you've done all of the above, get it if you really want it.

When I was young they told me the same thing. I have a very wide and flat nose; I am white but I am of Asian origin and when I was young this nose looked hideously different from anyone else's. My cousin told me that when I was older I should wank my nose.

Look, my whole family had white skin and black hair, but they were ethnic when that wasn't right at all, so the better nose meant you were more likely to be successful in the US.

I never had a nose job. I couldn't afford one and I didn't want anyone to stick knives in my face. I couldn't imagine the expense and misery of making

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When I was young they told me the same thing. I have a very wide and flat nose; I am white but I am of Asian origin and when I was young this nose looked hideously different from anyone else's. My cousin told me that when I was older I should wank my nose.

Look, my whole family had white skin and black hair, but they were ethnic when that wasn't right at all, so the better nose meant you were more likely to be successful in the US.

I never had a nose job. I couldn't afford one and I didn't want anyone to stick knives in my face. I couldn't imagine the expense and misery of doing it, so I didn't.

Now that I am older, I really like my appearance. I feel like my face is distinctive, nice, and real. I am proud to have the faces of my ancestors, although I don't think they were too happy with theirs in Western society.

You might think you look really awful right now - -I know I did. But time passes and we grow in our faces. I'm not telling you not to do it, because I know that a boost in socially accepted attractiveness can make a big difference. But for me it's like tidying everyone else's nose off the internet and sacrificing something you'll never get back.

For example, Jennifer Gray was a fascinating-looking person: changing her nose diminished the uniqueness of her features. There is another actress, Melissa Gilbert, who changed her nose to transition from a child star and just never transitioned. I think Angelina Jolie was so much prettier with her old nose and I feel the same for Julia Roberts.

So I say think about it. Give it a couple of years. Beauty is in the eyes and in the heart.

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