How to Temporary Contour Your Nose without Makeups

Beauty is about symmetry and proportion. No matter how much you desire to have taller nose bridge and pointy nose, if it does not complement with your face’s shape, it will not work. It’s better to have a defined nose which matches your shape that accentuate other facial features. Doctors of NexusClinic are not only experts in fields of non-surgical procedures, but also have good aesthetic sense who understands what you need and what works best for you.

Ideal Facial Features

What makes the face beautifully perfect? People usually ask these things and desire this ideality. Over time, people set beauty standards when to call someone exceedingly beautiful. People are labeled as beautiful when they met these following criteria:

  • Huge Foreheads – most find people with large foreheads attractive especially if it complements the face
  • Well-defined eyebrows – the trend today is having fairly thick dark brows that is well-shaped. Ideally, it should form a ‘T’ shape when your nose joins with your forehead.
  • Welcoming Bright Eyes – wide eyes give off welcoming feeling. Those with black or brown eyes are counted as beautiful and attractive. Other eye colors like blue, hazel, and gray are distinct features.
  • Smooth Nose Bridge and Pointed Nose Tips – almost everyone wants to have that smooth nose bridge and narrow, pointy nose which adds sexiness to the face when viewed sideways.
  • High Cheekbones – cheekbones are strong features. Having hollow curves gives model-like features making you a naturally born model as you project in the camera.
  • Plump Lips – having a full rounded, smooth lips is very attractive like that of Angelina Jolie.
  • Chiseled Jawlines – models have distinct feature: well-defined jawlines. Sexy jawlines bring out the beauty of the neck and the face like Brad Pitt.

This celebrity couple have become the epitome of beauty.

The Nose

Nose is not just important for breathing but also for aesthetics. The nose is located at the center of the face and serves as the base for symmetry either horizontally or vertically. The nose is the first thing to get noticed. Asians usually have small noses and its smallness becomes undesirable because some Asians desire to achieve western types of nose – tall nose bridge and pointy nose tips.

Nose Fillers

If you don’t want to go under the knife to achieve your ideal nose, a non-surgical procedure works best for you with the use of nose fillers. Nose filler is injected in the nose bridge and tips to reshape it. It comes from a chemically derived non-animal stabilized hyaluronic acid (NASHA). Since hyaluronic acid (HA) is naturally made by the body, cross-linking is done to slow down the breaking down process when it gets injected in the body. Thus, prolonging its life from 9-12 months. This type of HA is temporary and there are other 2 types of it: semi-permanent and permanent. Nexus Clinic’s non-surgical nose job used different brands of HA. At NexusClinic, you can make your nose done in 10-15 minutes ONLY.

 

Nose Fillers: Non-surgical vs Surgical

There are always pros and cons in surgery. So, it is better to weigh your options first and educate yourself before undergoing any procedures: surgical or non-surgical with reversible or irreversible after-effects.

Benefits of Non-Surgical Procedure

  • No need of surgery.
  • Changes are unnoticeable if done carefully.
  • Less maintenance is needed depending on the type of filler used particularly the temporary fillers.
  • Loosed skin will not likely to appear since it is naturally assimilated in the body.
  • Fast healing due to small injecting point.
  • Less bruising

Disadvantages of Surgical Procedure

Rhinoplasty involves cutting of tissues, removing of bones and cartilage, and stitching of wounds.

  • Involves cutting and removing of muscle tissues, cartilage, and bones.
  • Changes are evident.
  • Requires high-maintenance starting from the operation to the healing stage.
  • Risk of postoperative deformities which results to another surgery for revisions.
  • Requires weeks to months of healing process.
  • Prone to infection since it is an open wound and would require intensive care.
  • Bruising and scarring appears in stitched areas.

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