more defined nose

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  1. YtKween

    YtKween B1 Love Island Babe

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    My nose lacks definition everywhere and it's been bothering me quite a bit lately. Is there anything I can do (besides surgery) to enhance it? And what does a defined nose come down to? Fat? Is it the same as in every other part of the face (jawline, cheekbones etc.)?
     
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    Nose definition is determined by the nasal bone and cartilage, not so much by fat on yuor face.
    Thankfully your problem can be easily solved using nose fillers, like in the example below

    nose-bridge-filler-600x600.jpg (600×600) (themanseclinic.com.au)

    In your case, I would avoid a rhinoplasty, since it is one of the most difficult procedures and your nose might not turn out exactly as you want it.
     
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    Nose fillers are pretty much ideal for cases lacking cartilage and definition. They last a while, and even after they've "worn off" you still end up with a better base than what you started with.
     
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    Any thoughts on nose thread lifts? Some ppl say they are better some say otherwise.

    I have a high straight bridge but lack tip projection/cartilage so my profile is straight till it gets to the tip where droops down ugh. So im currently thinking about going to get it done
     
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    Oh I have a very undefined nose and a soft cartilage. Does it mean I have higher risk of getting unsatisfying results? Cause I always thought I’ll eventually turn to rhinoplasty. The reason I don’t want fillers is that I’m scared it will move around to my cheeks and it will give me a very bloated look since I have naturally bigger cheeks.
     
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