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No. 139461

post your experiences with plastic surgery or future plans
I plan on getting full face fat graft, a nose job and lip fillers

what about you guys

would you get anything done

I hate the stigma about plastic surgery and I hate being average/unattractive, I want to be pretty

No. 139463

I really want to get chin filler because i was unfortunate to be born with a weak chin but I'm worried filler will deform my face long-term, like when you look at celebs using fillers and their faces look all bloated? But maybe if I find a specialist I can trust, I'll go with it.

I hate the stigma about plastic surgery too, it's amazing that you can just go and change a thing you dislike about yourself.

No. 139464

I would like to get lip fillers but only to smooth out the deep lines in my lips. Not to make them fuller/bigger. Unfortunately I don't like needles, can't really justify spending the money and I also don't want to commit to a lifetime getting my lips injected every few months. So I'll probably never actually do it.

No. 139465

I would only ever do it if I had extra money, but I think a subtle nose job would be nice. I like what my nose looks like in profile, but I just don't like how wide it looks from the front. I want narrower nostrils. The price and recovery time are pretty big obstacles unfortunately, but there's a reputable PS practice near where I live, so at least there's that.

Some undereye fillers also might be nice to try. They only last a year or two, but they get rid of dark circles.

No. 139473

I think the biggest problem with ps is the maintenance it requires long after you get it done, particularly with surgeries like nose jobs that re-sculpt the face and boob jobs. I don’t think this applies to fillers but idk.

Maintenance isn’t just necessary to keep the results, you literally need to do it or your face/body will crumble and look awful, and even if you can keep up on maintenance, ps makes you age kinda weirdly.
I don’t hate or even dislike ps btw

No. 139476

>5 posts
>all start with "I"

No. 139477

another sad and pathetic thread for femcels

No. 139490

I’ve had Botox done before 25 for preventative measures, it’s actually brilliant and the lines/wrinkles won’t hace a chance to ever form. Plus, it isn’t so costly and only needs to be done about twice a year.
People always shit on preventative Botox, but then go spend the same amount of money on creams and serums that won’t actualy do much good. Doesn’t make any sense, I’ll stick to what works and fuck the stigma

No. 139491

>>139476
so? OP specifically asked for personal experiences and/or plans. What should posters do then, talk from a third person perspective about their plans?

No. 139500

there are a lot of surgeries I'd get if I had the money. but I think the top of my list would be the surgery that turns brown eyes blue by lasering off the brown pigment. I've heard it's dangerous though

No. 139515

>>139473
In Iran almost every woman gets a nose job. If the surgeon does a good job there is no maintenance after it has healed.

No. 139517

>>139515
do you actually live in iran

No. 139519

>>139515
My dad is Iranian. Every woman on that side of the family got nose jobs from age 18-60, as is commonplace. Only one looks slightly botched with uneven nostrils, the others are almost perfect and some of theirs were done like 30 years ago. No further maintenance that I know of. Of course any rhinoplasty can carry risks.

No. 139538

>>139500
If it was dangerous then the people who had such surgery would have been suing those companies for making them blind by now

No. 139550

>>139473
It does, depending on the filler it might be up to half a year before you'd need another touch up. It migrates from the intended spot eventually.

No. 139584

One I think is really necessary for me to be happy is a breast lift and dramatically decreased areola size. Maybe also a nose job to make it smaller and straighter, but that's not as important to me.

>>139500
Lol wtf? Just wear colored contacts.

No. 139586

>>139500
are you that specific anon who keeps sperging about blue eyes?

No. 139588

No, I take care of myself but I honestly judge people who value their looks so much that they would get an invasive, risky, and expensive procedure to fix a superficial concern. I wouldn't judge someone for getting a little botox or for something that is truly damaging to their self esteem though.

No. 139598

>>139586
um, no? the majority of the population has brown eyes and it's pretty common to want a different color

No. 139600

>>139598
mmkay. why do u guys only want blue eyes, not green ones

No. 139601

>>139600
I just said blue because when they laser off the pigment I'm not sure if they can make it green. but I'd take green eyes too

No. 139637

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>>139601
damn, before this surgery was available (and seemingly less than 40 people have got it so far, and not long enough yet to see potential complications) the only alternative was to implant a eye lense in the desired color below the eye skin, and everyone who got that surgery ended up blind, because it does allow your iris to shrink or expand, and they lose their sight because of it. its actually so insane.
Lasering off the pigment sounds safer, its basically like a tattoo removal. But why? Are brown eyes worse than blue ones? Is this some internatal racism?

No. 139644

>>139637
>>139500
It always looks fake, never like real blue eyes. Just learn to like your eyes and accentuate them with makeup.

For example, blue eyes are gorgeous but would not suit me. They would make my eyes look too small and I'd look more evil.

No. 139653

I don't get this obsession with blue eyes some anons here seem to have. I have blue eyes like half my damn country and have never given it a second thought. Literally no one cares about your eye color.

No. 139654

>>139500
This has to be the most vapid kind of plastic surgery along with the genital ones. Ffs, don't mess with your eyes if there's nothing wrong with them.

No. 139669

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>>139644

That kind of is stupid, some people are naturally born with eye colors that don't suit them, im really pale but i have black-brown eyes, it makes me look awful and unfriendly, i always get "hahaha you have such an intense look, it looks like you want to kill me" as a backhanded compliment.

I started dying my hair jet black so my coloring would make more sense but people keep asking if im half asian or something so it makes me feel like im one of those racefaking weebs, If i had the cash and it was safe i would get the blue eye surgery in a heartbeat.

No. 139670

>>139669
losing your vision to pander idiots, no wonder ppl think women are brain dead

No. 139671

>>139670
lmao men lose their limbs injecting mineral oil for fake muscles so?

human beings care about appearance, it has always been like that

No. 139672

>>139671
yeah but unlike men we other women have to deal with idiot women's shit decisions because everyone gonna stereotype us based on girls who will go blind because their "eye color doesn't fit them"

No. 139673

>>139672

Boohoo individuals aren’t allowed to make decisions about their appearance because you care about scrotes thinking women are vain.

No. 139676

>>139669

>candidly talking about undergoing an operation that could leave you disfigured for life


YIKES.

No. 139679

>>139676
“Disfigured”
Its a non invasive procedure that if you do in a shady ass place may or may not cause vision loss, in most of the cases that went wrong because people didn’t want to wait until the procedure is correctly tested and had it done in back end turkish clinics.

Sperg harder radfem, i just want to look good.(hi radfem)

No. 139684

>>139679
why would that make them a radfem

No. 139691

>>139679
There's a reason that no reputable clinics in first-world countries offer this procedure.

No. 139694

>>139679
Christ alive you’re so vapid, how are you going to fuck around with your eyes to fit some kind of ideal you have of yourself while casually dismissing the very real risk of this. You sound young and dumb af.

No. 139695

>>139669
>>139679
There's nothing wrong with your eye color. If you went through the trouble of that janky procedure and got your blue eyes you'd probably still be called intense. Conceptions like that are more to do with facial structure than eye color, and you'd know this if you'd have bothered to google this before committing yourself to a drastic measure. It's kind of embarrassing that you're this insecure.

No. 139724

>>139676
>>139695
>anons getting triggered by people saying what plastic surgeries they'd get in the plastic surgery thread

Yeah but we're the spergs..

No. 139727

>>139724
oh anon, nobody thought you were a sperg - just a severely insecure retard.

No. 139730

>>139727
sorry people saying they want to change their eye color is so horrendously offensive to you. makes me wonder how you feel about your own eye color to care so much.

why is it completely fine to want nose jobs, boob jobs etc but saying you want to change your eye color triggers everyone?

No. 139737

>>139730
Why do you keep insisting people are ‘triggered’ instead of accepting people are calling you dumb as fuck for risking an entire sense for such a minor cosmetic change…Simply because it is dumb as fuck? But no, clearly all those who think that are just insecure of their eyes too, outstanding logic, I’d expect nothing less from you at this point.

No. 139741

>>139737
>stop calling me triggered reeeeeeee

Love how you completely avoided my question too lmao.

No. 139754

>>139741
I did answer you, I said it’s dumb as fuck for risking an entire sense for such a minor cosmetic change, and none of that implies I’m okay with other surgery either, so nice deflect. You just have to be another level of stupid to think changing your eye colour with such invasive surgery will 1) make your face any less intense and 2) is a worthwhile risk.

Brown or blue eyes, you’re still a dumb fuck anon.

No. 139948

Not a surgery but I want to try having my face muscles electrically stimulated to see if it makes me look less sullen/resting bitch face-y..

No. 140687

Has anyone had cheek liposuction? How has your face held up? Have you had premature aging? How is the maintenance (fillers, botox, whatever)?

I have super chubby cheeks and a short chin and I hate them. My face is literally the shape of a circle. I want to get cheek/jaw lipo + chin fillers but I'm afraid it will do more damage in the long run since I know any kind of face lipo can cause premature aging.

No. 140689

Anyone here have experience with brow lifts?
I have very heavily hooded eyes and low eyebrows, like so low my eyelashes touch my eyebrows when I curl them.
I never considered surgery for my hooded eyed much because I thought that would mean eyelid surgery but I've realised my eyes look so much better when I just hold my eyebrows up so now I'm thinking a brow lift might be good.

No. 140699

is there an age too young to get fillers? im 21 and looking to smooth out some fine lines under the eye. any recommendations?

No. 140704


No. 140708

whenever i see someone mention they have fillers or plastic surgery anywhere in some thread online, someone's always there to judge the shit out of them. except if it's a nose job, for some reason that seems to be completely fine with people

>>140699
tbh that is a little too young unless you have insane eye bags

No. 140719

>>140699
I was 20 when I got my under eye fillers. I had the worst eye bags. It was one of the best decisions I've ever made.

No. 140731

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Brachioplasty probably, I lost a shit ton of weight (went from whale to normal) and my arms are flabby af. I exercised and while it helped tone them up, they are still massive and make me extremely uncomfortable. I don't think I will do it though, I looked at enough pictures to realize that 7 out of 10 times the scar is usually terrible. Take care of your bodies people, once you get past a certain point there's no going back.

>>139500
If there was a surgery that could change the colour of my eyes without any danger I would do it in a heartbeat tbh, I can't wear contacts and my eyes are the dullest brown colour you can imagine. We will have to wait I guess.

No. 140732

>>140708
no but ive always struggled with self image. small regions under my eyes arent the same color as the rest of my skin

No. 141047

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Does anybody else think there's a trend for "botched" lips and they're actually a statement in some cases? People talk shit about pic related and Nika Petrova because the assumption is that they wanted a natural look and it failed but I can't see how hofmannita here didn't do it on purpose, she wears jewellery to accentuate her mouth, it's her defining feature. Is it a mild form of bimbofication that goth girls and their ilk can indulge in without having to go the conventionally sexy route? Can it be a good feature? Is it purposeful, to show that they have had surgery very obviously? Do I have latent homosexual feelings for some of these women? Let me know your thoughts and if any of you have also noticed this trend.

No. 141051

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>>141047
Absolutely. It reminds me of how something I read about how women in Iran had a trend (maybe still do) of leaving their nose surgery plaster on for as long as possible as a status symbol.

To a lesser extent it also reminds me of that trend in the UK where school girls would leave a deliberate line where their dark foundation ended instead of blending it into their neck.

I don't hate these brash statements, plastic surgery isn't great but being obvious about it feels shady than trying to pretend that you naturally look like that.

No. 141055

>>141047
I don’t think Nika was making a statement , a better example would be pnp

No. 141058

>>141055
I actually didn't mean pnp but i appreciate your contribution. I feel like pnp genuinely botched herself due to bdd and now is going for insta baddie surgery girl as a cope whereas a lot of these quite young, slightly alternative girls are going immediately from flat to huge lips, skipping the whole "botched" requirements of one too many surgeries trying to look perfect when in the case of hofmannita she had already covered herself in tattoos and was clearly not hoping for perfection. I just find it interesting how plastic surgery is supposed to correct imperfection and make you fit in but people are using it to stand out and create imperfection where it wasn't before. I'm probably reading too deep when I tinfoil that some people are doing it ironically though

No. 141501

I've been saving up for a nose job, but I've seen so many girls that looked better before they got them that I'm kind of worried I'll regret it. How do I tell that I actually have an out of proportion nose and not just BDD?

>>140699
Since fillers require upkeep, 21 seems really young. Especially because no matter how nice fillers look at first, they tend to migrate and make people look bloated. Not to sound condescending, but are you eating well and staying hydrated? I'm 23 and have fine lines that come and go depending on the time of day and whether I've been drinking enough water.

>>139669
There was a study a while ago that found that when the same images are edited to have brown or blue eyes, most people find the brown eyes more attractive. I'd link it but I forgot the source lmao

No. 141522

how is it that k pop idols look so good after surgery, but when white people go out there to get surgery the results are less good.

does korean plastic surgery only really wok for asians?

No. 141529

>>141522
Take this with a grain of salt but my best guess is that it's because the facial structure/bone structure of caucasians differ from asians, so the surgeons are simply not as experienced with ps on white people's faces.

No. 141534

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>>141501

Im the op of the blue eyes post you quoted and ironically the only study i found says the exactly contrary, blue and green eyes are prefered over brown eyes but blue eyes top green as most attractive.
(https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00266-011-9793-x)
I've settle for buying realistic lenses, not the same thing but its an improvement, i have no idea why people are so defensive over eyecolor here.
(but tbh i have to admit my issue has a bit to do with internalized racism since im mixed race and the less i look like my non white abusive father the fucking better.)

No. 141536

>>141522
Maybe this is an unpopular opinion but I don't think most kpop idols look good with their ps. It's a major hit or miss.

No. 141576

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is there a procedure i can get for a slightly off center chin/jaw? i don't know if it's a matter of orthodontics or ps. it's not super noticeable irl but in photos my face shape can be reminiscent of the rage comic trollface.

pic related, send help

No. 141577

>>141576
jawshave to reduce the excess or an implant to balance out the asymmetry. could also try filler sculpting. confirm with your orthodontist first if it's something to do with your bite/oral posture.

>>141522
I wouldnt say they look good. just improved from before. asians tend to have flat/mild features which is more compatible for plastic surgery than white people.

No. 141581

>>141576

Just get braces, usually its a problem of jaw misalignment and you don’t even have to go under the knife.

No. 141612

this is probably extreme sounding, but I hate the shape of my head and have always wondered about some kind of skull reshaping surgery. I swear my head is a weird shape, like I look like a neanderthal or something

No. 141624

>>141612
Fellow neanderthal-chan
I've looked into it and it's very risky. If we only had flat heads, it'd be easy because they'd just stick silicone in the back and that's it.

No. 141883

>>139588
no offense but i hate people with opinions like this

No. 142019

>>139461
Girl on the left looks completely fine. She just had to be as airbrushed as she was on the right.

No. 142192

>>141058
I didn’t get it From the pic you used but I see what you mean on other ones on ig, are their other girls who are going that far? I know some alt girls get huge hella fake lips but not the that extent

No. 142248

does anyone know what a lip flip is? i've tried researching it and i know botox is used…
how is it different from fillers and what exactly does the procedure do?

No. 142330

getting a breast reduction next month, hope it cures my bdd and ed.

No. 142719

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what kind of work did mary-kate get done… ? her eyes are what freaks me out, they used to be big and round and they've progressively gotten squintier. why?

No. 142720

>>142719
those are two different people anon

No. 142722


No. 142724

>>142720
idk if this is a joke or you think left is a pic of ashley but it's mary-kate

No. 142725

>>142719
Could be the way she's posing? I don't doubt she's had some stuff, but the whole "smize" thing is popular. A lot of people pose with dumb sleepy slightly closed eyes.

No. 142726

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>>142725
i'm not sure. she might in some pics but she doesn't seem to be in others and they are still oddly smaller, even though they used to look exactly like ashley's years ago. i have never seen someone's eyes just change shape so much as an adult but i can't think of what kind of work you'd have done for this

No. 142755

>>139461
So I’m 25

I’ve gotten a nose job, chin implant (surgically) few years ago

Lip fillers (once a year / 3 years ongoing)

Recently i got a little Botox over my brows.

I always read about fillers migrating and not “really dissolving”. Lip fillers may cause scar tissue that will keep your lips looking “bigger” (than natural but not the same as a full injection look). I HAVE had fillers not placed properly which moved a bit , but after waiting a while the “look” went away and since then I’ve been seeing an MD for lip fillers /injectables. It’s more expensive but an experienced injector makes all the difference

I also have my under eyes filled to reduce the volume loss /shallowness there

I’m happy with everything. I use to have a hump on my nose but I got it straightened out/removed the hump/made the tip a little more defined. It’s still a “big” nose but I’m much happier with it

Chin implant helped a lot bc I had an underdeveloped chin and it was uneven.Lip injections, love them 100%. I never had tiny tiny lips but I like them more “plump and round”


Sometimes I play around in my head with the idea of “fox eye” threads but I don’t think I’ll actually do it . It’s a little too expensive (for me) for it to possibly not past too long.

No. 142769

>>139461

Hey so, since you're already considering fat grafts for your face, I would also recommend at least looking into fat grafts for your lips. This is the only procedure I've done so far after a lot of research and it's some of the best money I've ever spent. I love my lips now and get compliments on them unprompted - and in the cases I've told people I had them "done" I've always gotten surprised reactions, so they look natural.

I'd always wanted fuller lips even before it became a trend, but I didn't want the constant time/money suck of getting fillers every few months. Heard a lot of back and forth from docs about whether fat grafts to the mouth were actually long lasting, because there's so much motion in the area and a chance for re-absorption. But I found a reputable doc in the area who had done a lot of them, had great before/afters, and assured me that the way he preps and injects the fat is long lasting.

It's obviously more expensive than injections up front (several thousand) but it's amazing having the lips I've always wanted and, years later, not having to worry about them disappearing on me without constant upkeep. Basically the only loss of volume is going to come from natural aging over time.

I will say - yes, there's a much bigger recovery period as compared to fillers. Your lips will be MASSIVE for several weeks, like a botched D-list celebrity. Combination of overfilling the fat since some does get absorbed early on and swelling from the procedure. It wasn't painful, but it made eating/drinking difficult for a while. Even after 1-2 months, you're going to look "off." (Thankfully/surprisingly, no strangers commented and my family and friends were supportive.) You also have to avoid heavy exercise for several months. My lips fully "settled" to the point they are now about a year in, but I'd say at 6 months I at least looked natural.

So it's a trade-off of looking janky for a while, but you basically never have to think about them (or pay for them) again. Bonus that you use your own fat so they're as "natural" as plastic surgery can be and feel great.

No. 142782

>>142726
I have a theory that MK got plastic surgery to look more homely. Seriously. They're all into the ~high fashion world~ aesthetic

No. 142786

>>142726
MK & Ashley aren't identical twins, believe it or not. I don't doubt that MK has had work done, but her eyes have always looked more subtle and stoner-ish in comparison to Ashley, whose eyes look much more wide and intense. You can see this difference even going back to their early teen years, it's just gotten more noticeable as they've aged.

No. 142788

I recently got my under eyes fat grafted. Bruising mostly subsided with 2 lymphatic drainage massages in the first week after surgery and also this pineapple water tincture. The skin of a pineapple is full of bromelain which helps with post-op inflammation, anyone here considering surgery (especially liposuction) should try it. You boil the skin of a pineapple for 20 minutes and then cool it and replace your normal water with it. Anyway, best decision ever. I don’t look like a tired skeleton anymore.

No. 142810

>>142786
I read somewhere that she got a facelift at an early age. Like in her late 20s or something

No. 143162

I went to korea for a nose job and was gonna go back for other stuff and then Corona happened and its really bumming me out. I'm even tempted to find a doc in LA but they all seem to have very hit or miss reviews.

No. 143231

Anons… I'm finally getting a consultation to get a nose job. I feel so excited I could cry. I have a really bulbous tip and a hump. I've hated my nose since I was 13 and just the idea that I can exist without being self conscious about my nose is making me emotional… I feel like I might have a chance for a better life.

The reason I haven't gotten it yet is because I always had boyfriends and family who were against it. But I am dating someone who is finally supportive, and I finally have the guts to do it. I knew I would regret it if I didn't finally look into it. I want to live for myself now.

Right now I have a consultation with a doctor that uses Vectra 3d imaging. Do you guys know of any other great rhinoplasty surgeons in the US that uses Vectra? I prefer to find a doctor that can show me what to expect. It's kind of tricky to find them. I am willing to travel for this. I may even consider Korea if you guys know of any good doctors that don't just seem like nose job factories.

No. 143355

Where do I begin with a erm nose job? I’ve decided to get one but where do I start , I’ve saved up about $800 (I know it’s not even close to the usual price) I’m getting there but I’m scared of economic inflation. Also I don’t have a deviated septum or anything just a humpy Arab nose. I’d like to hear real tips and advice from farmers rather than a promotional site or whatever. I would like to get a small, cute bulby nose. I have a hawk like nose now and it’s very harsh looking on my otherwise soft and undefined features.

No. 143356

>>143355
Samefagging to say I’m scared of economic inflation as in when I finally do get enough money the price will go up

No. 143358

>>143356
prices are going up every year… but if you're in a country with a stable economy, inflation shouldn't be so drastic that you can't bridge the difference between prices now and prices in say, 5 years time. Especially if you hold a job, wages usually go up along with inflation.

No. 143361

>>143162
Which clinic?

No. 143385

I will get a nose job, my nose combined with me weak ass chin makes me look like a middle aged Indian woman, which is pretty bad for a hispanic woman in their mid 20’s, after I lose some weight, I will also get some chin filler, maybe also a boob lift since I like the size I already got.

Then there’s the laser hair removal thing, I will get as much hair removed as possible, I hate shaving all of the time because it fucks up my skin but I hate having hairy legs even more.

No. 143405

>>143385
Just come to Mexico and get everything you want done for cheap lmao

No. 143422

>>143405
don't they butcher you down there though?

No. 143467

>>143361
Jin Hong ryul

No. 143484

Anyone tried Profhilo or Teosyal Redensity I? It's not available to burgers yet, so I'm hoping there are some eurofags here who are familiar with these treatments.

No. 143539

>>143405
Speaking of, does anyone have experience with going abroad for plastic surgery? I saw someone in one of these threads say they were considering going to poland for a nose job a while back. I would be so scared of something going wrong and not having any recourse.

No. 143556

>>143467
cheers anon
>>143539
yeah I wouldn't go for bigger procedures that require lots of downtime since I'd prefer to relax at home but for stuff like fillers and other in-office treatments, sign me up

No. 143571

Is there a non-surgical method for reducing cankles?

No. 144079

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I really want to have forehead reduction surgery. I got a massive 5head and I'm really self conscious about it

No. 144210

Anyone know any websites or ways where I can find the best plastic surgeons near me?

No. 144211

When you go for a consultation do that show you like a 3d model of yourself to show you what you will look like afterward?

No. 144216

>>143556
Do not get fillers! They migrate over time, and wind up looking like cheap trash. Anyone I know who gets over half a syringe in their lips looks awful within two years. Injectors market filler as an alternative to surgical procedures when it’s really just a cheap shortcut that doesn’t work well. There are a few exceptions to this (lip filler half a syringe and under, tear trough filler) but other than that it’s a waste. Things like cheek filler will look good for a few months, but the filler will eventually migrate and give you a fat face. The idea that fillers dissipate over time is a myth, they just migrate and go all over your face.

No. 144217

>>144210
Real self. It has the best reviews and you can search by area, preferred cost, and what the surgeon specializes in

No. 144218

>>143355
You don’t need to have the full amount. A good nose job will run you 8k minimum, if you need bridge work not just tip 10k plus. Most surgeons do in house financing, or they accept medical credit cards. You need a score around 650 to qualify for a medical card, If you have bad credit just get a secured credit card for a few months and build it. Don’t go to a discount surgeon, and don’t go to anyone who doesn’t specialize in facial plastic surgery. If someone does noses and breasts it’s a bad sign. If you don’t live in a major city I would recommend traveling to one and going to a well known doctor.

No. 144919

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I've got a long philtrum, but I'm already showing a lot of teeth so a lip lift would be out of the question. Is there a way to create an illusion of a shorter philtrum? Maybe lip filler in the upper lip?

No. 144973

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What work did she get done to go from this…

No. 144974

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>>144973
…to this? She looks completely different but can't put my finger on what she changed on herself

No. 145062

>>144974
Maybe I'm not seeing right but she looks the exact same to me. Just a different makeup, hair style and expression but all her features look the same

No. 145063

What do we think of bichectomies? My chubby cheeks are the only part of my face I'm a little bit self-conscious and I doubt I can lose them if I lose weigh

No. 145078

>>145063
I think chubby cheeks are cute and makes people look more youthful

No. 145079

>>144973
>>144974
She may have had some work done, but this is 90% makeup. Makeup can change a LOT and she is wearing two very different styles of makeup in these pics.

No. 145168

>>144919
I had the same problem and lip filler in the upper lip helped quite a bit. It’s obviously not the same effect as a lip lift but it did improve it somewhat.

No. 145337

>>144973
>>144974
Lori Hill has recently done a video about her

No. 145595

>>139517
>>139519
All of my Iranian co-workers had nose jobs and other PS procedures, one of them had their whole family done by the same surgeon.

No. 145827

This might be a stupid question but does Botox erase existing fine lines? Or it just prevents new ones from forming?

No. 146322

>>145827
Lines can be dynamic (appear as a result of facial movements) or static (you still see them when your face is neutral). Botox will fix the former and hopefully prevent the latter from happening, or if you already have them stop them from getting any deeper/more prominent, but can’t reverse static lines with just Botox. However it could still help as a lot of the time what people think are static lines are actually dynamic and people are just unaware of how much they’re moving their face.

No. 146413

>>144919
Not a surgical option but tastefully overdrawing your top lip, particularly at the cupid's bow gives the illusion of a shorter philtrum.

No. 147381

>>144079
Isn't hairline lowering pretty expensive? Why not just get bangs?

>>145063
They give you model tier cheekbones, but you'll age really poorly.

No. 147382

Has anyone gotten surgery on their nose for a deviated septum? I have a severe deviated septum and I'm trying to fix my crooked outer nose at the same time

No. 147400

>>147381
It is and I'll probably never going to be able to afford it lmao. I tried bangs but my hair is super fine and my forehead is oily, so in a couple of hours I usually end up looking really disgusting. The other thing I thought about is getting my hairline microbladed but I am not sure if it doesn't look weird up close

No. 147429

I was thinking of maybe getting some fat dissolvers on my double chin. I'm gonna wait until I get to my goal weight because it may be gone by then

No. 147509

>>147382
i actually came here to talk about this, i just got referred to an ENT doctor and was told my sleep/breathing issues are due to a deviated septum and collapsing nostrils (they sink in when i breathe). he said the septoplasty will straighten my nose and make it less crooked looking in general. i have to decide if i just want that or to get a rhinoplasty to make it cuter (if anyone has experience with this please let me know). what do you mean crooked outer nose anon? like a bump on the bridge?

No. 147615

I had a nose job a few years ago when I was 18, and it was a great experience, but over the past few years I've been feeling like I want to get a second one done. There's nothing wrong with the nose they gave me, I just really want a cute, ski-slope nose and I feel it'll fit my face a bit more. I will say though, my surgeon did miracle work on my nose. Before, it was basically a giant bulbous triangle with nose shape if you saw me from head-on, and now it's a fairly well defined, smaller button nose. Unfortunately it doesn't look that way from the side, which is what I want to get fixed.

No. 149761

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>>139461
Not sure if I should be posting this pic here but what would you all recommend I do to my nose? I really want a cute sloped nose (just like everyone). I dont know if I should get fillers for my bridge or just get a full rhinoplasty.

No. 149764

>>149761
i have this nose too. why don't you want it?

No. 149765

>>149764
I don't like the little "hump" and my nostrils are somewhat wide. I don't think it's horrible but it doesn't suit my face

No. 149767

>>149761
Nothing.. your nose is completely fine. I can guarantee no one notices your nose is not completely straight/sloped and the fact you talk about a sloped nose "like everyone else" proves you didn't even notice that most people around you don't have perfectly sloped noses.

Your nose is so completely inoffensive that'd be a total waste of your money to get it "fixed".

No. 149768

>>149767
You know that's actually such a nice thing to hear. I see a ton of bad in my nose and it's the thing on my face that bothers me the most. I spend so much time worrying about it that yeah I guess I don't realize how it looks to other people. Thank you.

No. 149771

>>149761
Your nose is a gorgeous shape anon, I really wouldn’t worry about doing anything to it..

No. 149815

>>147400
I don't know if you're still here, but maybe you could try this, anon?

>>149761
>>149765
I would pay money for this nose anon. Also I think a lot of women with natural noses like yours literally look worse after rhinoplasty because it changes the proportions of their face too much. If you do get something done, maybe you could get a tiny little implant to correct the bump? It's hard to tell if your nostrils are too wide from a side profile, but they're probably fine. You don't want a Michael Jackson nose.

No. 149820

>>149761
If you insist you don't like this beautiful nose, i'd absolutely suggest filler, it can do wonders. After watching this, it really turned me off from nosejobs even though she was kind of dumb from the get go with the surgeon choice.

No. 149909

So I've read that fillers tend to migrate. Does this depend on where the filler is injected? If I got undereye fillers, is there a possibility that it would go to my cheeks?

No. 150251

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Can we all agree on how creepy it is that Bella Hadid's plastic surgeon basically just copied Carla Bruni's features??

No. 150318

>>149909
Also interested because I’m having my eye hollows filled soon

No. 150320

>>149761
anon your nose is super cute!

No. 150321

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>>150251
This is the pic that proved to me she’s low key botched. Her eyebrows are so high

No. 150324

>>149761
This is late but I like your nose anon, it's really cute. Idk I find the little bump adorable tbh.

No. 150329

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>>149909
This only happens if you get injected by a shit beautifician. Filler only migrates if they use a bad one like juvaderm, that one moves like crazy.
I’ve been injected by actual DOCTORS and not “beauticians” and my filler didn’t move, they look like I was born with them and they would never do anything that doesn’t look natural.
I recommend Consultant clinic for this yall should look them up or research a good injector in your city/country, if you pay cheap for filler your will get a cheap result

No. 150562

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I need a nose job so fucking badly. I honestly have the worst nose I could possibly imagine. Why does it look like the bell in the Taco Bell logo? It makes me want to kill myself. I have cried for hours on end because of how much I hate it. I hope I'll have enough money to fix it one day. I'll probably neck myself if I can't, honestly

No. 150564

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>>150562
I really think your nose is fine and doesn’t warrant a nose job. If you’re convinced you need to alter your appearance, though, you could look into non-surgical nose jobs. You would get filler in the upper bridge of your nose which would then give it a straight appearance, like pic related. It’s cheaper than traditional rhinoplasty, but the money is better spent on therapy for fostering self acceptance and other self care.

No. 150566

>>150562
it’s a beautifully strong nose that defines your entire face, it makes you you. learn to love it please because i’d kill for such power

No. 150571

>>150564
I'm already in therapy. I just cannot stand my appearance and it's all I think about 24/7 basically
I'd like anything that would change how it looks, but fillers not being permanent makes me not want them. Because I could use that money on rhinoplasty instead of yearly fillers. Your edit is basically exactly how I'd like it to look though, maybe a tiny bit upturned but fucking anything is an improvement at this point
>>150566
I appreciate your kind words, anon. I really do. I think it is easier to compliment it based on the photo I posted, where you can't see my entire face. It's just honestly…so atrocious in every sense of the word on my face. Like, there are some really beautiful women with similar noses as I have. But on me, it just makes me look like some fucking inbred abomination. My profile looks extremely wrong. I've had a complex about it and my nose since I was 11…forgetting what it's like to not depise my face tbh

No. 150572

>>150566
I forgot to thank you for what you said. Thank you anon, it means more to me than you know. I hope I can learn to at least not utterly despise it, someday.

No. 150573

>>150571
That sounds like body dysmorphic disorder to me.
Your nose is beautiful, it makes you YOU! It's so sad that so many women with stronger features want plastic surgery to end up looking all the same.
I've always hated my nose as well, it's big and asymmetrical, I wanted surgery since I was 9, but when I became an adult old enough to actually go through with it, I decided to start accepting myself and working with what I got instead.
Think about it, anon. You would look like a whole other person with a new nose.

No. 150575

>>150571
I have very similar intense body dysmorphia, but mine is related to aging. Funny thing, I started worrying about aging and developing the dysmorphia when I was only 16. Wasted my youth fretting age.

Anyways, I only wish you the best anon. I know how hard it can be

No. 150576

Does anyone know what Taylor R has done? I unironically want to follow her lead. We have a similar face (pre-injections) and I think she looks great

No. 150577

>>150576
Who's Taylor R?

No. 150578

>>150576
I think Botox in the forehead, and fillers in the undereye+cheek area

No. 150583

>>150578
Also mayyyyybe a subtle Botox eyebrow lift? The distance between her eyebrows and her eyes seemed to have grown a bit but it could easily be just a makeup or a camera angle thing. The fillers and the forehead Botox I'm 100% sure about

No. 150584

>>150572
it’s a tragedy because your perception of a beautiful feature is corrupted. society’s fault. i hope one day you can see your nose the way i do. perfect

No. 150587

>>150583
Wow, both of those things I was already planning on (under eye/cheek filler & forehead Botox). I’m excited lol. I hope I can pull it off as tastefully as her

No. 150599

>>150562
Anon, wtheck! Your nose is great and unique, please don't let media fool you. I hope one day you will be able to accept yourself.

I think it's better to spend a long journey on self-acceptance because in the end one plastic surgery can just turn into a big pile of plastic-surgery-addiction hell.

No. 150614

>>149761
Don't do anything. There's objectively nothing wrong with your nose, it's small and nice.
Don't even think of nose fillers, you risk going blind. Not worth it.

No. 150627

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>>150576
Everyone generally assumes she has fillers but I always thought she got a fat graft considering how close she lives to Korea and how swollen she looked in pic related.

No. 150693

Anyone here who did jaw slimming with botox? My masseters are huge

No. 150719

>>150627
What is a fat graft and is it worth it?

No. 150722

>>150719
It's a procedure where they take fat from another part of your body (usually thighs, stomach or buttocks) and inject it in whatever spot you want to fill in. It's more of an invasive surgery than fillers obviously but it doesn't wear off, doesn't migrate and doesn't carry the risk of an allergic reaction.

No. 150724

>>150627
I think you're right, I looked it up and swelling is extremely common after fat grafting

No. 150727

>>150722
I’d go for this in a heartbeat if it wasn’t so expensive. How do normal working people afford this shit? I can barely entertain the idea of paying for fillers

No. 150770

>>150576
You are blind if you think she looks great. She looks like a clown when she smiles.

No. 150793

>>150576
She used to be a cute girl but she looks absolutely horrific now, don't do this to yourself anon.

No. 150794

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I fillers in my midface/cheek yesterday for youthful volume/projection and had some filler left over so I impulsively asked the doctor to put it my upper eye area and today I look like a fucking goul, I wanted to have nice volume "swoosh" inbetween my eyes and eyebrows but I feel I just look like he put in directly under my eyebrows so I look like a fakeboi mtf trying to look more masculine, also one side is way more swollen then the other so my eyes looks wonky. Everybody is telling me to wait until the swelling goes down but I feel like I just want this shit out of of face, it wasn't even what I wanted. I feel like the MF basically gave me a eyebrow lift which I don't understand given that only old woman in their 50s with droppy eyebrows ask for that. My right cheek (the only thing that isn't swollen for some reason) looks great though, exactly what I wanted. Super refreshed. I really wish I had just stuck to my original plan w/o getting greedy, I choose this doctor based on his cheek filler photos and wasn't going to ask for anything else. Advice to all anons, don't make my mistake and don't make random decisions based on the fact that you have extra product left.

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>>144974

I think she had some kind of botched cheekbone implants because of side of her face has a weird indent, but I think that was after your later photo. Besides that she has also clearly had veneers and a lot of botox esp around her midface which looks weird and frozen when she smiles now. I think besides that her beauty is natural, shame she is psycho and clearly had a shitty lifestyle which ruined her beauty.

No. 151257

I got fat grafting to my cheeks + lip lift a week ago and I'm so happy. I know these procedures are a bit risky when it comes to results and I literally bawled my eyes out the night before, thinking this is it, this is the surgery that'll leave me botched. Despite not being able to get a refund ($5700), I seriously considered cancelling the surgery.

My cheeks are still swollen (but way less than those Taylor R pics). I know a lot will get absorbed so I hope not too much of it fades.

The lip lift looks really cute and made me look much more feminine. My philtrum went from 16mm to 9-10mm. I can't wait to do my makeup again and see what my new everyday look will be. (I remember contouring my nose for the first time after my nose job, literally couldn't stop looking at myself lol) On day 3-4 I thought I'd ruined my nose job because my nose was looking really distorted and I've seen patients who get permanent pig noses from lip lift. Thank fucking god my nose is nearly back to normal now.

I'm not sure why fat grafting gets so much hate. I've had cheek fillers and they did nearly nothing, but cost a shit ton. I wanted lip filler, but now I don't need that either because of the lip lift.

No. 151267

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I have the typical mouthbreather facial structure with basically no chin, weak jaw line, and a persistent fat pocket under my chin even at a low weight. Is something like cool sculpting or chin lipo a waste of time?

I don't care about it enough to go for a corrective jaw surgery as that's painful and expensive, but just for cosmetic reasons I'm considering lipo and possibly a chin implant or fillers in the future if just removing the extra fat isn't enough.

No. 151279

>>151267
Unrelated, but I cackled at how even though the filename is obvious gibberish, it begins with EWW. Describes the picture pretty well

No. 151286

>>151257
Which kind of lip lift did you get? And does it make your teeth show when your mouth is at rest?

No. 151290

I got lip injections recently (last month) and HATE them with a passion. I always thought I had normal lips but lost some volume from aging (i'm 40) so I thought going 1ml would be fine and not much of a change. They are HUGE now. They stick out like fish lips and gave me a "i still suck my thumb at night" look. I highly suggest going less than 1ml if you're unsure. My nurse talked me out of going any less than 1ml because she said it'd just cause trauma to the lips and wouldnt make any difference look wise.

No. 151291

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>>151290
Here's my lips from 1ml of Juvederm Ultra. Its been 1 month since I got it so the swelling should be done with. I'll probably get them dissolved next week. I went to a popular plastic surgeon in my town. So disappointed. They look awful in person.

No. 151292

>>151291
I like it, although your natural lips are fine

No. 151294

>>151292

haha thanks. :)
They don't look that bad alone but I'm really petite and they look huge/silly on me. Just went back to work and everyone was like "OMG you got lip fillers!" I wanted more of a natural look. I think 0.5 ml would have worked way better.
I considered trying the botox lip flip at first but my doctor said most of her patients that got it hated it. According to her, it'll lift your lip up and show your teeth. lol So be careful with that!

No. 151295

>>151291
Your natural lips are so pretty

No. 151308

>>150562
Your nose is super elegant and pretty to me. I hate mine because the nostril is too turned up and visible from the side so I would kill for that. The grass is always greener

No. 151316

>>151267

Try getting fillers into the chin/jaw to build it up before removing anything. When you have a weak chin, it gives the illusion to everything else around it being flabby/saggy.

No. 151345

>>151286
Bullhorn lip lift. And yes it does make your teeth show. I had slight tooth show already but not enough.

>>151291
They look super cute though

No. 151348

>>151291
Pretty! Was it 1ml in each lip or 1ml altogether?

No. 151350

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Does anyone have any experience with tear trough fillers?

I have horrible hollow eye sockets, it makes me look tired and older than my age its also really jarring because aside from that my face is very round and full.

No. 151358

>>151291
I can see why you'd want them dissolved, they're really overdone. I don't think the doctor did a good job.

No. 151382

>>151350

I got it done about a month ago but I only opted for the outer rim. Best decision ever. I still have my inner tear troughs that I've had since childhood so literally everyone perceives me as the same person, but somehow, I look "so nice and young and healthy" kekeke. Even my own mother is oblivious.

No. 151385

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Has anyone done anything to change the shape/position of their brows? I have straight brows, but they have almost no shape or tilt so they don't look cool like Bella Hadid or any of the straight brow celebrity/kpop looks, they just look pic related (that is me). I hate it because it's one of my least flattering features IMO and just looks weird with my rounded eyes, if I had long almond eyes maybe it would vibe better. I don't think brow shaping or even Botox Brow lift would be enough to give me an arch but I'm open to suggestions

No. 151387

>>151385
I think you have a nice eyebrow shape, they complement your eyes. Before committing to a filler you can always shave the ends off and draw the line out higher/longer than your natural brow.

No. 151388

>>151385
i think you're nitpicking, your eyebrows look good with your eyes.

No. 151389

>>151385
Kinda looks like billie eilish… anywaya your brows look really flattering but as the other anon said, you could shave off the ends a little and draw them going more higher? Doesn't hurt to experiment

No. 151390

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Please ignore my terrible skin lol. Over the last year I’ve lost a lot of volume to my face. I think my fat has always positioned lower (with higher but flat cheekbones) so when I lost a lot of weight due to illness I became very sullen looking. I’m close to biting the bullet and getting a consultation, but has anyone here sought treatment for something similar? What were your results, the cost, and are you happy with it? I’ve heard fillers in the cheeks will also help with the naso lines which have gotten a lot worse for me since weight loss. I feel like my whole face shape looks weird and it causes me a lot of grief

No. 151393

>>151385
Fox eyelift i guess but that tends to look like shit, see kendall jenner but more importantly: anon you're so beautiful give me a kith

No. 151395

>>151390
I legit think there is nothing wrong with you. You look gorgeous.

No. 151400

>>151390
Not to try and invalidate you but your skin looks excellent (clear, smooth, and glowing) and judging by the fullness of your lips and the shape of your jaw, you look way too young for fillers imo. I know there's a plethora of info in this thread but from everything I've read if you get them too young they can actually age you by stretching out your skin prematurely and also making you look like an older woman trying to recapture her youth (that you actually already have) .. just something to think about.

I'm in my mid-30s with pretty deep naso folds and sullen cheeks - I also lost a bunch of weight a few years back - and I still don't think I look bad enough for fillers.. but it's all subjective. You look great I think but you should do what makes ya happy.

No. 151401

>>151390
Can you all believe we all sit here and browse this imageboard alongside anons this beautiful? Your skin looks amazing, that glow is everything. Sorry for not being helpful, make sure whoever you seek consultation has good reviews so you don't end up with anything you'd regret.

No. 151405

>>151390
>terrible skin
Anon please

No. 151416

>>151393

aw thanks. Im going to get an eyebrow shaping done, maybe that will be good enough.

No. 151429

>>151390
You might be turned away during a consultation. Despite being 26, when I went in for a consult in regards to fillers & Botox, the doctor turned me down. Despite my own personal nitpickiness about my own face, doc said I had no visible signs of aging and to inject anything would be a horrible idea. At the very least going in and hearing that boosted my confidence, so if you’re insistent on changing your face maybe just go to the consult and you’ll be told the same thing (if it’s a reputable doctor not out for your money)

No. 151434

>>151390
Damn, your ear is tiny

No. 151455

>>151385
>>151390
I feel like these are troll posts. You literally don't need to do anything.
In case they aren't troll posts, what you actually need is therapy.

No. 151599

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Can I do anything to fix asymmetrical lips?

No. 151600

>>151599
are those your lips? they're freaking adorable and honestly very barely look asymmetrical. everyone's face has slight asymmetry that nobody really notices. I wouldn't do anything unless it REALLY bothers you

No. 151604

>>151599
I think your lips are cute and it's unnecessary, but filler or fat graft would do it.

No. 151605

>>151599
this level of asymmetry is really minor anon, I bet it's completely unnoticeable when you're talking or smiling. I know you asked for recommendations to 'fix' it but my opinion is that your natural lips are lovely and need no altering - certainly the risks of doing so outweigh the actually need for any kind of correction.

No. 151611

>>151599
i think your lips are fine, but it is more than likely a jaw thing. see an orthodontist or get invisaligN!

No. 151643

>>151350
It looks like this girl got her upper eyelids filled too.

No. 151645

>>151257
Which doctor did you see anon? I am wanting to get these two exact procedures but finding a doctor that does both has been tricky. Miguel Mascaro seems perfect for the lip lift though

No. 151692

>>151350
These look like two different people

No. 152513

>>139515
Not true, it's only affluent and westernized people from Tehran that do that.

No. 152523

i've had a nosejob and honestly unless your nose is REALLY bad (mine was, think it was broken at an early age or im part bird) i honestly don't reccommend it. i thought i'd get a perfect nose like everyone hypes up with nosejobs but then I realized it takes at least two nosejobs or an extreme doctor to get some perfect button fairy nose, my nose just looks normal now, still not super small, not a ski slope (i did run into face first a wall while it was healing but i already knew my nose wasnt perfect before that event) i've considered undereye fillers but the migration and kind of permanent factor of them possibly never dissolving right, and then needing to get them done all the time, is off putting. if you don't have something super obviously wrong surgery is not gonna fix your self esteem magically, in my case i was just able to look at my side profile and not wanna kms, but im still not lana del rey

No. 152545

I'm going to get braces and see how much it changes the shape of my face, but I'm going to get a chin implant eventually. I got little jowls from my mom's side and a weak/double chin from my dad's, the lower third of my face make me super uncomfortable. It won't be a huge change but I feel like it will give my face the structure to age really well. Otherwise, I'm enjoying compulsory mask wearing.

No. 152547

>>150627
just curious, what is this procedure meant to accomplish? is it like tear trough fillers but with natural fat? is it meant to create a rouder face? to give the impression of cheekbones? i just dgi

No. 152555

>>150727
>normal working people
Well there you go, that's one thing Taylor isn't nor has ever been.

No. 152557

>>152523
That depends on your expectations, I had a nose job and I'm happy with the results, but I never wanted a cute uwu egirl nose, just one that's not hooked and large. My nose still projects very far from my face and that will never change unless I go under the knife again, but at least now I can contour the tip to make it less bulbous, before I just looked like a witch 100% of the time. Still, even if I did want a cute button nose, thinking about all the nausea after the procedure and the healing process makes me never want to do it again.

No. 152565

>>151390
>Please ignore my terrible skin lol
>Has near perfect skin with miniscule imperfections that can hardly be seen even with arrows pointing them out.
Quit your bullshit. Way to make anons with real skin issues or actual terrible skin feel like shit. This has to be humblebragging.

>>152523
>perfect button fairy nose
I can't be the only one who thinks those obviously fake perfect tiny button noses with perfect slopes are really ugly? A normal, average sized nose that no one is going to take a second look at is 100% the best nose to have imo unless you by chance happen to be born with a tiny nose naturally. A perfect tiny fake nose stands out just as much as a disproportionally large hawknose.

No. 152566

Please help me gals. I’ve had great skin all my life. 25 years old now, and suddenly I’m getting zits and little bumps all over my face and sometimes neck

I did notice this started after doing some b-12 injections, thinking it’d help my skin & hair. Wtf is going on? I’ve had smooth, flawless skin forever, but now I have… adult acne? Fucking kill me

No. 152567

>>152566
too much vitamin b12 can give you acne

No. 152579

>>152566
>>152567
Yes b12 can cause that. Also, if by any chance you are taking biotin supplements, hair follicles can get plugged by the excess biotin and form little bumps.

>>152565
The arrows are pointing to where anon thinks she needs fillers, not her skin blemishes

No. 152965

Would Botox or filler be better to treat a weak chin?

No. 154078

Anyone here tried Profhilo?

No. 154080

>>152965
It could, but you might want to look into orthotropics for a more permanent and satisfactory result. It may be more expensive but long term it’s worth it.

No. 154100

>>154080
Never heard of this before but I'm gonna check it out, thank you!!

No. 154200

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Why would anyone get work done to look like this? Idgi. For anyone who is confused she obviously has filler or implants in her jaw and cheeks, then a cartoonish nose job, and her lips are a little off as well.

No. 154207

Does anyone here feel like their “attractive” features aren’t enough because of the extremity of beauty with plastic surgery nowadays? Like for me, I have naturally high cheekbones but they’re nowhere near the level of the celebrities who get filler to their cheekbones. I have sort of thin lips but could imagine that women with naturally full lips might feel the same if their natural lips aren’t as pouty or full as women with lip filler. Or women with curvy bodies and naturally round butts. Anyway I feel kind of plain Jane atm because while I am naturally attractive, it seems like society (both men and women) prefers these overdone versions of women with ideal features. And just for the record I’m not against PS as I do want a chin implant and botox. I just feel like the beauty standards for women aren’t even naturally attainable at this point.

No. 154208

>>154200
Did she also get nose bridge filters to look like the blue monkeys from avatar

No. 154211

>>154208
Literally yes, like a hammerhead shark

No. 154216

>>154207
Beauty standards aren't there to be met and be content with yourself, nowadays they're used and created by the beauty industry to sell. There's no finish line for them, they're limitless. Of course they aren't attainable and the best thing we could is to not give a shit about them and focus on doing what we genuinely want for our bodies as long as we're healthy

No. 154221

>>154207
Yeah so many girls I know who already have really pretty and trendy features have gotten procedures to look more like the ideal instagram pouty lip snatched face look to the point it’s like a parody. There will never be a finish line and I’m not stressing over catching up.

No. 154223

>>154221
There will absolutely be a trend against it soon anyways, when the trend swings one way it eventually swings the polar opposite again. People will be so sick of it that these kinds of procedures will be ridiculed and shunned. Can’t wait.

No. 154225

>>154223
God I fucking hope so. I used to actually like the way I look. Now I feel like I'll never be enough without surgery of some kind.

No. 154226

>>154200
I want a thread on this bitch. Were you inspired to post her after that string of milky posts in the dumbass shit thread on /ot/?

No. 154227

>>154225
Same. I actually didn't hate my looks, but now, after spending too much time on social media, I almost feel like I look disfigured in comparison.

No. 154229

>>154226
Nta but I’m the one who originally posted her and it’s be a nice thought but there isn’t a single new thing that could be posted in it. Her family isn’t like Sarah krotchy’s, luckily for her.

No. 154239

I’ve never been against plastic surgery/filler/enhancements but I also don’t like how it’s being so normalized to the point a teenage girl can just go get her lips and face injected for the hell of it (don’t get me started on how the “doctors“ point out even more things to fix and create insecurities about) and everyone is like omg how empowering!!! Majority of the time it’s so unnecessary and just grows their insecurities and obsession over appearance even more.
The only things I would think about fixing are asymmetries like my nostrils and lips because almost every one of my features is skewed and becomes so glaring in photos.

No. 154268

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I've been wanting to get a nose job for a while to make my nostrils and overall nose tip narrower, however I'm unsure if such nose jobs are often successful because it's not just shaving off bone. what would farmers advise I do or ask for?

No. 154271

>>154268
i know this isn’t what you asked to hear anon but you have a really cute nose

No. 154276

>>149761
>>154268
Why do anons with such normal looking noses want to get nosejobs done? No one bats a second eye at these plain, normal looking noses and that's so much better than ending up with either a fucked up ps nose or a cute but obviously fake nose people are gonna stare at.

No. 154278

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what procedures are available for dealing with a severe case of eye bags?
I've basically had these super puffy undereye bags since my childhood; I think they're genetic since my mom's got them, too. They're somewhat minimized through basic self-care (hydration, rest, etc.), but I've tried and there's DIY home remedy that can get rid of these for good. Though I've gotta admit that I haven't done a ton of research into what causes my undereyes to look this way, so I don't really know what it is that would get them fixed. It's not really something I'd kill myself over, but it's definitely prominent enough that other people have pointed them out in the past (including a dude on a first date one time, ugh…) and I think it would definitely lift my confidence if they were gone. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

No. 154285

>>154268
i'd kill a man for this nose

as for nosejobs, it wont make a huge difference unless you go to an absolute butcher. nostril work is hard to pull off

No. 154286

>>154278
fillers anon. theres a permanent surgery for this, i forget the name, but its really only for old ladies who need facelifts.

start with the fillers from a good doctor because they are (mostly) reversible if something goes wrong

No. 154313

>>154278
My first post was retarded so we're going to try this again. Are you getting enough water? Too much salt? Thyroid problems?

No. 154315

>>154226
Original anon and NO lol I had no idea that she’s basically a cow. She just popped up on my IG discover page bc I like a lot of fashion/model accounts/pages. Idk how this girl is a model though, she looks disfigured. What kind of procedure even widens your nose bridge like that?

No. 154322

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>>154223
> There will absolutely be a trend against it soon anyways, when the trend swings one way it eventually swings the polar opposite again.
People have been saying that since 2015 about giant asses, pouty lips, general Kardashian aesthetic but imo it's just gotten worse in 2020–probably because the Kartrashians keep reinventing their styles to remain relevant. Girls my age (I was 14 in 2012) definitely were inspired by their aesthetic but weren't as successful in copying them. Nowadays literal CHILDREN are emulating the Kardashian look whereas kids in my teenage years from the early to mid 2010s at worst looked like this when sexualizing themselves.

No. 154338

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Sorry for the mega closeup. To be honest I think I’d be a million times happier with my face if my lips were symmetrical. I don’t think I’ll ever get fillers or anything because I don’t control my own money, but it really kills me to look at them. Somewhat unrelated, does anyone else have the problem where their lips seem thinner or thicker depending on that time of month? I feel like mine fluctuate with hormones and it makes me anxious when they look so different in my selfies. I admit I shoop them to get rid of the sag on the side but I’m not out here inflating them in Facetune and shit.

No. 154344

>>154207
my measurements are 35/25/36 and yet i feel like shapeless fridge sometimes because nowadays you're supposed to have so extreme body shape lol

No. 154347

>>154338
Anon, I'm not shitting you, I cannot see wtf you're talking about. Your lips look perfectly symmetrical to me. If I study them for minutes maybe there's slightly less volume near the top of your lips on the left side? But seriously, that's me really straining to see it, and it's so minor it doesn't take away from the attractiveness of your mouth. You have an absolutely killer cupid's bow most people would have to pay to get and a nice level of volume, full but not Bratz doll. I know we all have our insecurities but this is so not worth stressing over.

No. 154353

>>154338
As someone with wonky ass face, I do not see ANYTHING going on here? I don't want to minimize your feelings but these are perfectly normal, pretty lips.

No. 154354

>>154344
Same! I’m 30/26/37, pear shaped, literally have to change sizes between my upper and lower half, and I can clock every person who needs to get off Instagram and cut back on anime when body types come up cause they don’t believe I could be a pear without a massive kardashian ass lol

No. 154356

>>154347
>>154353
Maybe it's just my BDD jumping out then lol I'm gonna try to spend less time staring at my face in the mirror

No. 154360

>>154354
You are me. I am 28-27-38. Buying clothes is a nightmare.

No. 154369

>>154360
I have the same bottom measurements as you. It's pants mostly. Most things that I can afford that big enough to fit my ass and hips looks sloppy and baggy around my thighs and waist.
I have large boobs, but a small ribcage and fat upper arms, so shirts are a mystery sometimes too outside of stretchy material.

No. 154371

>>154338
>I don’t think I’ll ever get fillers or anything because I don’t control my own money
Britney, is that you?

No. 154379

>>154322
Well yeah, it doesn’t happen overnight. Literally just ten years ago the girls that have fake asses were shitting themselves over pictures of collarbones.

No. 154380

>>154338
Do people already ask you if you’d had fillers? Even an injector would think so going from this photo kek they’re really smooth and the cupids bow looks manufactured. Not a bad thing tho, not muppet like. Fillers would probably just emphasize this and make you look really augmented.

No. 154387

>>154380
I've never had anyone ask me that but I have a horrible phobia of doctors and needles, so it might be that I don't come across as someone who would ever get them? I think I just have a really awkward smile and press my lips weirdly, if that makes any sense. I honestly would wanna get rid of the cupids bow/make it way less pronounced if I did get fillers tho, it's one of the parts my mother obsessed over me having so I kinda hate it.

No. 154392

>>154387
I’m not alluding that you’re lying or anything, your lips just naturally look like something from a Russian injector ig account. I wouldn’t worry about the asymmetric cupids bow. Your only two options to ‘fix’ it would be either a liplift that cuts along your lipline which would leave a big scar and there’s no guarantee it’d actually be symmetric, or injections which also don’t guarantee symmetry and over time the filler could migrate and make them look worse than before.

What I can recommend for you is manual exfoliation on only your lips, if you use a little wet Italy towel and go in small circles once or twice a day it will bring a lot of blood flow and color to your lips and make them look less pale and more juicy I guess. You can use a dermastamping tool on them as well but if you have to wear a mask often I wouldn’t recommend it and save that for post-pandemic so they stay clean.

No. 154403

>>154392
No worries, I see what you mean lmfao. I'll look into your suggestions!

No. 154412

>>154369
Yeha, buying pants is the worst. As you say, I can get things to fit my bum/hips but then it's baggy on my waist, but pants I can get to fit my waist wont pull up over my thighs/bum/hips. It's fucking infuriating. I have no tits, but big mega shoulders. They're probably as wide as my hips. So while tops fit me in their length/bust, my shoulders always make sleeves fit weird, so I often just wear vests a lot, but then I feel they make my shoulders look even wider. It's depressing.

No. 154438

>>154354
>>154360

>30

>28
Where the fuck do you girls buy your bras from ????? Nevermind pants lets talk about bras. I literally can't find any retail or online shop that sells a nice 30 bra size or smaller. I have to alter so many 32's and the number of times I stab my finger with a needle.


Also, back on the plastic surgery topic. How do some of you deal with family/loved ones being extremely against it? I've wanted to get work done since I was 16, I'm 28 turning 29 soon. The only thing that holds me back from doing it is the fear of what they'll think of me. I've tried gaging my boyfriend's opinion on it without actually telling him that I want to get it done by watching shows about plastic surgery. Kinda sad watching him rip girls apart and insinuating they're lesser humans and have lesser "worth" in his eyes. I feel like I'm trapped in a shitty cycle of appeasing them by dressing a certain way, not wearing makeup, not having an opinion, not being allowed to be sad. I don't feel like me and all I daydream about is creating a new me.

No. 154463

>>154438
>I feel like I'm trapped in a shitty cycle of appeasing them by dressing a certain way, not wearing makeup, not having an opinion, not being allowed to be sad.
Because all this is telling me that they're shitty, invalidating people. You have nothing to prove to them and you shouldn't seek to console/support others when it comes to YOUR body. You're a grown woman and you can do whatever you want anon. I do sometimes understand people being concerned about loved ones wanting surgery when (as frequently evidenced here) the things they want "corrected" are incredibly minor and only visible to the person themselves. That's dysmorphic and speaks to an underlying mental health issue that wouldn't be solved by tweaking a physical feature alone. But if you just like the look of bigger boobs, or fuller lips or a different nose, etc, that's your business and anyone who truly loves you would support you in doing something that could safely improve your level of self esteem, contentment and happiness. These people don't even allow you to feel sad or have opinions. I shouldn't need to say this, but that's incredibly abnormal and unhealthy. I know they're familiar and so it's hard to break those ties, but you deserve to be surrounded by people who support you rather than tear you down.

No. 154484

>>154438
I buy mine off ebay. I know that sounds weird, but I got some really good fitting smaller band bras on there. Brand new, in their packaging and the real deal! Just plug your size in and see what comes up!

No. 154485

>>154438
I'm >>154354 and I only wear really light sports bras. I don't have tits, I don't wear formfitting tops, and I despise being uncomfortable, so it's just the best option for me. Also, your boyfriend sounds a little too eager to tear women down. I'm not even necessarily pro-ps myself but I couldn't imagine being that cruel to women who've gotten it, it just shows a lack of empathy.

No. 154543

>>154484
This. Natori is a great brand for smaller band sizes.

No. 154559

Boux Avenue has size 28 band bras; however, the bands are a bit tighter. It's a UK brand but can ship in US. Also look at r/abrathatfits. The subreddit has names of brands and what sizes they carry.

No. 154626

>>154268 your nose is so cute, don't get rhinoplasty, you really don't need it

No. 155021

I'd totally get a nose job but even though I could afford it feels like wasting money. Also I don't want to be known as the one who got plastic surgery in my company. Maybe next time I change my worklpace… Whixh means in 2 years at the earliest…

No. 155024

>>154268
wtf why

No. 155026

>>154278
Yeah those are fairly deep bags. I have some as well. I got fillers for the crease and it looked much better for about a year+. Find someone good who doesn't overfill. Using a cannula instead of a fine tip needle is safer since there is a tiny risk of blindness if filler gets injected into a blood vessel that feeds the eye. So find someone board certified, obviously. Its practically painless and cost like 500$ for under eye and cheek fillers (2 separate sessions)

Fillers in the upper cheeks and around the cheekbones also fill out the area. My doc told me there is a permanent surgery to remove the fatpads under the eye, but I am too nervous to do it at this point. You might want to see if you're a candidate.

No. 155036

>>155026
I'm another anon who wants to get undereye filler and I'm freaking out so much about the possibility of going blind…I don't have bags, only really dark circles, and the place under my eye is super hollow, you can easily feel the bone there

No. 155080

>>155036
Same anon here. Even if you don't have the 'perfect' type of undereye structure to correct with fillers, it can help a bit with careful application. I did my cheeks first cause I was really scared of the blindness risk too, since eye/nose area carries the highest risk. Cannula is safer bc it has a rounded softer tip, so it is much more difficult to pierce and inject into a blood vessel. Just insist on cannula only and don't go to some discount injector doc.

Also, I know that this is insane, but it actually made me feel better to know, there is a theoretical treatment for that emergency. Basically, the doctor could immediately inject filler dissolver behind the eye and save it before too much damage is done by the blockage. Almost definitely will not happen, but interesting to know.

No. 155195

>>154463

I feel like I'll be more confident to move forward with it once I'm further from my family's grasp, but due to covid, I've been back at home. I wholeheartedly believe that I could sway my BFs beliefs and opinions as a lot of it was put in his head by his religious family and catholic schools as a kid. He does tend to listen to me, but the conversation still scares me to have.


Also…. it's not really just a small minor thing like a nose job or boob job. I wanna morph everything. It's weird to say this while also admittedly not hating or disliking a single thing about my face. ( I kinda want a similar aesthetic as Sayathefox ). I've always loved unrealistic looks.

>>154484
>>154543
>>154559

Thank you. Will check these options out for sure. I was almost contemplating buying off of Asian sites as I heard many people say they fitted much smaller than normal bras.

No. 155315

>>155036
are you not supposed to feel the bone?

No. 155321

>>155195
Sounds like a good move to wait until you're further away from family. Surgery is stressful enough to go through even if it's voluntary, and having to deal with their judgment on top of things would be unpleasant to say the least.

I do ask, not necessarily to dissuade you, but why do you feel the need to have surgery to achieve the look you want when you could get something very similar with makeup? You say you don't even wear makeup right now, so it seems that you could possibly get the look you enjoy with less expense simply through that? Especially if you don't outright dislike any of your features, it's something you could easily switch between depending on your mood. The pictures on that girl's Instagram are 100% heavily edited with lots of makeup so even she doesn't look like that 24/7.

No. 155343

>>155321


Makeup would only strengthen my desires for surgery tbh. Plus at the moment I've developed some problems with my eyes making it impossible to wear any makeup around them. I'd like to play around with makeup more, and actually one of the things on my list was because of that which was a brow lift. I want more lid space/space between my brows and eyes as I'm lacking. I just have to resolve my eye issues first before anything. I want a more interesting face to play around with different looks as a lot of makeup styles simply don't suit me due to my features. I've thought really long and hard about everything and ultimately decided it's something I still really want to get done for myself. However, the fear of being humiliated and personally attacked by family always terrified me and held me back.

No. 155438

>>154338
sry but i call bullshit, this is someone with fillers who wants to know whether people can tell or not/whether people think the fillers were done asymmetrical. The slight slope at the corners of the mouth is a pretty certain give-away. Also, only someone that has gotten fillers neurotically obsesses about tiny, minor asymmetries like that. So, anon, to most probably address your initial motive of your post: yes, we can see you got fillers, but they're nice, your lips look good and the asymmetry is totally neglectable.

No. 155441

I had a nose job to correct a broken nose (the fracture happened years before so it was all healed by then) but I wanted some additional aesthetic work done aswell, like, make it overall a bit smaller, and add a little more slope. I discussed this with my doctor and I was under the impression that we had an understanding, but in the end, it looked like he mostly just carved off the broken bone part and straightened out the septum internally (the fracture of the septum wasn't really visible from the outside to me). I'm fine with it and I like my nose better than before but I do occassionally resent that only so little seemed to have been optically changed during the procedure. I was too chickened-out to complain, also I was just so relieved that everything went fine and nothing grotesque happened. My nose just looks like a very natural, normal person nose, still including imperfections like a slight asymmetry of the slope (idk whether the doctor fucked this up or whether it's genetic. I think it's the latter because my brother has an asymmetrical slope too). I do sometimes wonder whether I should consider a second nose job but getting a bone broken for the third time sounds too spooky to me. Does someone know anything about the risks of multiple nose jobs?
Excuse the english, this is an eurofag anon

No. 155625

>>155438
I’m curious, what do you think would be the point of me lying about that? I feel like I admitted to something way more embarrassing when I said I shop them in my regular selfies, and wouldn’t the suggestions on how to fix naturally uneven lips be really different than suggestions on fixing uneven injections? I’m just not quite sure why I would lie about that here when I could just ask if my injections looked alright. I do appreciate the feedback though, looks like the general consensus is that I’m obsessing over minor shit

No. 155769

My biggest issue with my cheeks is that i've always been skinny and healthy, but my face looks bloated and fatter than the rest of my body because of them. I just started saving up for a buccal fat removal surgery because they are huuge. I'm convinced that I want to get the procedure done after some months of considering it, but i'm not sure how to talk about it with my family. They have always been very understanding about everything but when it comes to beauty/plastic surgery stuff they are against it. Anyone has any advice on how to talk about it? Thank you

No. 155770

>>155769
How old are you, I used to be moonfaced as a teenager and 10 years and some weight fluactuations later I have the cheekbones of a skeleton.
Bloated face might be a sign of some endocrine problems too.

No. 155782

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I saw this on lipstick alley and this has to be the worst i've seen someone look from fillers she really ruined her face.
This is Mehgan James from Bad Girls Club and Basketball Wives she's not really well known but wow.

No. 155783

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>>155782
This is how she used to look

No. 155784

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No. 155788

>>155782
It looks like a caricature, like she's wearing a prosthetic over her real jawline. She was beautiful and now it just looks like she gained a Y chromosome.

No. 155789

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>>155788
If you told me that this >>155782 was her twin brother who trooned out to look like her, I'd believe you.
Even without the bad make up it looks horrible.

No. 155813

>>155782

Do people like this know that they messed up or do they think it’s an improvement?

No. 155822

>>155813
This concept is something that scares me about ps. True horror material to imagine looking in the mirror and seeing someone different and deformed staring back. And you can't turn back time.

No. 155830

>>155782
Why would she do this to herself?

No. 155846

>>139461
I have a small mouth and my dentist wants to remove 3 teeth from the left side, one in the upper back and 2 from the lower jaw, and on my right side one tooth from lower back of my mouth, I asked the dentist if this would effect the way I look and he said NO!. When I smile these teeth would not be noticible, but surely my already small jaw would look strange it lopsided? The only other alternative is to have teeth implants that are very expensive. I was due to have them removed before Covid ( under the NHS for free) but that was canceled, I saw a private dentist and he says he may be able to save for a short time ( months to possibly a approx 3/4 years) via root filling ( which the NHS won't do) again this will cost money. Has any anons had teeth removed and did it effect their mouth / jaw shape. I am happy with my jaw/chin area and I don't want to mess it up.

No. 155847

>>155846
I'm getting an implant tbqh, I'm not going to wait long enough to notice a difference, because it can happen quite fast.

No. 155850

I like my nose for the most part, but I’d love the slightest nose job to narrow it a smidge. My fear is
1) getting a whole different nose and not looking like myself anymore (Jennifer Grey)
2) the change is slight but it looks ugly
3) ending up w a white girl nose.

No shade to whites, but a white nose would look weird on my face w my other black features. I’m not self-hating, just vain lmao. I should prob leave well enough alone and not do something I have a 70% chance of regretting…

No. 155851

>>155846
I had 4 wisdom teeth out last year and my cheeks/jaw look more defined, but that is probably because my face is no longer constantly swelling up and down with the inflammation from them.

No. 155858

>>155813

Hard to say tbh. If it's fillers I'd assume she could just easily have them dissolved, but if she's keeping them then maybe she does like the appearance of it. Tbh without reading any of the comments first I initially thought she was trans of some sort, either MTF or FTM.

>>155822

It's why it's better to start really small and accept that perfect doesn't exist. I always find people who chase this idea of " just a little more and I'll be perfect" tend to go overboard. Whenever I hear that sentence I've always found it's coming from someone with an addiction.

No. 155889

>>155846
My mom has had a few back teeth removed and it didn’t really affect her face but it made her rely on her other teeth to chew which was a problem. I think she had to get bridges

No. 156489

>>155846
anon, i had the exact same teeth you described removed a couple year ago. it has not changed my jaw or face much (that i can notice)
i am, however, planning on 1-2 implants when i can afford it.

No. 156541

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>>155782


Theres a trend in former USSR right now called "jolie angles" where they inject filler to give themselves a literal t-square face, and a ridiculous pointy witch chin. I thought it was just contained to trashier sectors of russian instagram culture but I guess not lol



I feel like the MUA instagram trend of the 2010s is clearly going downhill, and to some extent these skincare/plastic surgery trends have emerged to filled the gap. The comestic procedure construct is a mixture of legit need, the is the desire to "perfect" one'self, and the desire to project certain a certains status under capitalist that shows the ability to use money to get "done"- irregardless if it is really needed, just to get that trendy procedure done. The way that woman 60 years ago were obsessed with obtaining diamonds and mink furs to show they had the money or someone around them had and was willing to spend that money, is now lip fillers, BBL and chin implants. That's why so many woman seem to want the "fake" look on purpose.

No. 156542

>>155770

NTA but buccal fat pads and baby fat are apparently not related. Buccal fat pads are specifically in the lower half on your cheek and seems to be fairly stable throughout life. I too had moonface as a teen, lost baby fat volume since I pass early 20s and not longer moonface, but still have the same chubby lower face that I did at 14. I've also thought about getting some partially removed on and off but the price is so high.

No. 156582

>>139669
you sound pretty, anon

No. 156583

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i have fillers in my lips and they do wonders. i nearly flew to lithuania for a budget nose job before cancelling it last minute after it seemed a bit shady.

i pay about £300 every 6-9 months for my fillers and they're beautiful, but i do want them more permanent and cost effective, i am considering a lip implant to save money. but the lip implant sizes they offer arent really big enough.

also, i only have it in my bottom lip, not the top lip otherwise it looks ridiculous. top lip filler almost never looks good.

i also had a little in my jaw and chin.

No. 156609

I don't support PS but I want to explore all of my options to fix the results of poor childhood habits/lifestyle. My biggest complex is my weak chin and jaw. In my youth I suffered from mouth breathing which affected my facial development. My lower jaw is too small which causes further breathing issues affecting my sleeping/throat/voice as well as face and teeth alignment. I already improved my diet and work on my tongue posture, as well as sleep with tape to fix sleep apnea. However, my chin and jaw are still the way they are and I doubt they will change much. I don't have enough money for braces and my insurance doesn't cover it until two years from now (don't ask). Even then, I don't know how much it would fix… I will try anything, but similarly I don't want to risk messing my face up even more/be completely fake. I don't know what route to go down… What is your experience with recessed jaw/chin and a poor bite? What are your ideas about the best way to fix it? I found one amazing procedure but it is about 3,500(0?) a tooth.

No. 156610

>>15576
Samefagging, but I have the same and work hard on losing weight. However, because my lower jaw is so weak, there is no proper support for the fat in my face, causing it to sag prematurely, so maybe this is an issue you have too and could help you in navigating your possibilities? Because it is also so that full cheeks keep you young when you age.

No. 156713

>>156609
i think you should talk to an ENT about your breathing issues, you can probably get insurance to cover this type of work with the right referral!

No. 156724

>>156541
It's not just in Russia anon, it's become very popular in the UK as well. It looks terrible and very masculine.

No. 156732

>>156583
Your lip shape is gorgeous, love it. Does it feel much different to the touch with the filler as opposed to natural lip?
What did you change about the chin? Looks very natural.

No. 156796

>>156724
I think women with a naturally andro/masc look can be quite attracive but that's just the gay in me. A square jaw is still one of the last things I'd ever expect an otherwise feminine and looks-concsious woman to want. Honestly, looks like something an ftm might want to persue.

No. 156801

>>156541
>>156796
I think the popularity of drag and tranny-trend has influenced this trend. There's a lot of social media fixation on men who're trying to camouflage/counteract their masculanity with hyper feminine clothing, make-up and cosmetic procedures, resulting in strange and extreme clashes of hyper feminity and hyper masculanity in one person. I don't think it's a coincidence that there's now a trend amongst women that results in that same strange clash of hyper feminity and hyper masculanity.

No. 156992

>>156801

I don’t know about UK and other places, but I know in Russia it’s a attempt to look like Angelina Jolie, and a belief that such a unnatural pointy lower face is more somehow youthful. Thats why it’s call “Jolie angles” or “youth angles”.

It’s very bizarre when you consider that in Korea/Asia, they are trying shave down their naturally square faces as much a possible under the impression that looks youthful- in Europe they want to turn them into tsquares for the same reason- neither really looks natural or good on the majority of clients.

No. 159628

File: 1605266536040.png (578.27 KB, 585x439, shoe0nhead.PNG)

What would you do to fix too much space between lips and nose, pic rel? Upper lip fillers? I have even less fortunate nose than Shoe's and we can all agree that this stupid lips-nose distance fucks up entire face.

No. 159631

>>159628
lip lift

No. 159632

>>159631
thanks!

No. 159643

>>159628
If it makes you feel better I genuinely think June is cute

No. 159653

>>159643
This. She looks fine. If she wasn't such a cow her personality wouldn't ruin her looks like it does. Your nose is probably fine.

No. 159663

>>159628
I have the same feature and my nose is more upturned so I even get some Who comparisons from coworkers lol
Plus my upper lip is pretty pale/flesh toned at the top so from a distance my lips look even smaller ugh

No. 159674

>>143231
Did you end up getting it?

I really want a rhinoplasty. My nose is so big and has an ugly round tip. I don't mind any of my other facial features, the rest of my bone structure is pretty good. I feel like my nose ruins it though.

I don't trust any of the doctors in my area to really do a good job and plan on traveling if I decide to go through with the surgery. Any anons still lurking on this thread who got a nose job that care to share their experience?

No. 159701

>>159628
Lip lift and sometimes I've heard lip fillers have helped some. Be careful about the lip lift, though, as it could leave some pretty noticeable scars. I've seen some pretty mixed reviews on real self, so make sure to go to someone reputable and experienced. Try experimenting with filler first before doing anything permanent.

No. 159725

>>159663
I have the same issue, really bad, but it doesn't seem like there are any procedures that are reliable enough with the results. Fillers won't help and lip lifts are like 50/50 chance of fucking you up worse. So I just gave up and learned to live with it. Probably the best option.

No. 159731

I want breast implants because I want more breast to play with during sex. I'm so turned on by breasts and since I'm in a straight relationship, I just want to see more breasts in general. My boyfriend wasn't for it initially, but he sees how much I love my breasts having any part of sex, so he's become a lot more okay with that. That, and I wear double push up bras so he's gotten used to the idea of me having knockers all the time. I feel like a degenerate because it's almost like I sexualize myself in lieu of ever having had a sexual relationship with a woman.

No. 159749

>>159731
mento iwness luv xx

No. 159766

>>159701
>someone reputable and experienced
I've heard very good things about Dr Osuch in Poland, he's apparently the best in Europe and with it being Poland, the surgery is pretty cheap as well. A friend of mine was visited by him, he sent her back because "her philtrum wasn't long enough to warrant a lip lift". But I mean, it's good that he was honest with her instead of just taking the money and do the deed.

No. 159906

I had a breast reduction last year and it was the best decision I have ever made in my life. Have any of you anons had a breast reduction too?

No. 159930

>>159731
Way to sexdollify yourself but at least you're honest.

No. 160052

>>159906
me!! mine was almost 2 years ago. do you still wear bras and have any recs? mine irritate my skin too much.

No. 160373

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Which do you guys think looks better - a low or a high brow position?

No. 160374


No. 160375

>>160373
what about middle? one looks surprised and one angry

No. 160378

>>160373
I like high usually but low can look great on some faces. It depends on the vertical and horizontal spacing of the features as well as jaw/forehead shape imo.

No. 160393

>>160373
middle is ideal but if I have to choose between high and low; definitely low

No. 160422

>>160373
I prefer low tbh

No. 160428

>>160373
It depends on your facial symmetry. Some people have a longer midface and a lower brow can help shorten it, which makes a face more attractive.
Some people have a midface that’s too short, or a larger forehead, and high brows can help with that
If you have perfectly balanced facial thirds, going with your natural brow shape and position is the best option

No. 162091

So I recently learned that fillers do not get absorbed and stay much longer in the body than they say…is there a way to avoid accumulation?

No. 162590

File: 1607438712154.png (1.26 MB, 1080x1080, f4f31fb39687b5bc2b1475378dd126…)

the dip right under my brow ridge makes my nose look almost hooked, my nose would look so much better if this area wasn't like that. most of the results I find are from MtFs or some shit getting brow shaves. I've read about nonsurgical nose jobs to do this, which essentially seems to be filler around the bridge of your nose, but in general I avoid filler like the plague and can just imagine it migrating around my already round face. any advice?

No. 165727

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I think everyday about when I was 18 and opted to get upper and lower jaw reconstruction and saw two consults and the first one wanted to give me a chin implant as well but my fam convinced me to not get it an to go with the second dr who just fixed my bite and not my facial aesthetics and it was all paid for by my family's healthcare co-op so I couldve gotten a chin implant for fucking free but instead I just looked a little different after surgery and retained basically the same profile, which is pic related the before FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU

i want chin fillers or something like wtf

No. 165785

im seriously thinking of getting a calf reduction. i have such weirdly muscular calves because genetics + sports + wearing heels. my legs look slim from the front, but from the side it's just BOOM POW HERCULEAN CALVES

from what i've read invasive procedures are around ~6k. i'll have an income that can spare it next year but i wonder if it's worth it for something so frivolous… ugh. plus the recovery time, and it being my fucking legs.

No. 165787

>>165785
What the fuck am I reading, that sounds like a terrible idea. Not only are your calves well within your control, you even say they only look big from a certain angle. Don't waste 6k on a horrible sounding procedure to fix a minor flaw nobody cares about which you could fix by eating and exercising less.

No. 165788

>>165787
i don't excercise my legs anymore, but the muscle lump is just residual if that makes sense… and already low BMI at about 18.7 so losing weight isn't going to do much for me either unless i go full ana

you might be very right that i'm stupid though, it's 3 AM and i hate my calves

No. 165790

File: 1609925171266.jpg (50.05 KB, 512x341, unnamed.jpg)

Did Gal Gadot have anything done? Or she just lucked out in the genetics department?

No. 165795

>>165790
Doesn't seem like it. Maybe some fillers or something in the later years to retain her appearance? All I see is different eyebrow shape and lipstick.

No. 165812

File: 1609945287064.png (244.14 KB, 512x399, lips.png)

i have been insecure since a while about my lips and after seeing this picture it has made me think about getting lipfillers

No. 165814

>>165785
Anon I feel the same way, I actually have fairly slim legs but my calves are so big and I hate them. I can't wear dresses anymore because I'm too self conscious- didn't know calf reduction was a thing

No. 165825

>>165814
Skip rope

No. 165827

>>165825
wouldn't that build the calves?

No. 165837

File: 1609963180284.jpg (1.25 MB, 2048x2048, 1609963030318.jpg)

>>165814
yeah, there's several different procedures but one in particular like… selectively damages the nerves on purpose so that the calf muscle atrophies and gets thinner.

pic related are my cursed calves, i feel like with a reduction they would look so much slimmer from the front and side. they're tight/muscular and just a weird shape, and i'm short so they make me look stockier

No. 165839

>>165837
Those legs look fine and have a nice shape. I was really expecting you have those calf balls or something. Please don't fuck around with your legs, it's really not worth it.

No. 165840

>>165837
Your legs are gorgeous, anon. I know you might have hang ups about them, but I would kill for legs like yours. My calves are shapeless sticks with knobbly knees.

No. 165841

>>165837
Honestly, I would never look at them and think 'wow they are huge'. Ofc I don't know how it compares to the rest of your body, but looks fine to me in this pic.

No. 165842

>>165837

Why not just wear heels nonny?

No. 165845

File: 1609969717470.jpeg (57.09 KB, 600x354, 1D07070A-18FB-417E-9579-ED0E2C…)

I have a rather terrible complexion so excuse the shit skin, but I have always felt like I've had an unfortunate upper lip compared to my bottom lip and overall smaller lips that aren't helped by having a long philtrum and my nose. I assume fillers would fix this?

No. 165846

File: 1609969973151.jpeg (68.67 KB, 600x490, 3960FD41-7D91-4B12-83C3-CC9C84…)

>>165845
a less unfortunate pic with mouth open

No. 165849

>>165845
>>165846
You should consider a lip lift. I don't think fillers alone will be of much help to you.

No. 165850

>>165845
I don‘t know, anon, I‘ve always found lips like yours very pretty but you do you.

No. 165852

>>165845
looks cute to me

No. 165854

>>165790
she had a nose done like everybody in Hollywood

No. 165856

>>165837
You have cute calves. I also feel insecure about mine, and I’ve found that wearing certain thigh high boots paired with short dresses/skirts looks really cute and “hides” my insecurity.

No. 165857

>>165845
I often find lips like these look quite youthful. The short philtrum thing is a newer meme. I myself have fallen victim to it - but honestly, nobody is looking irl. Facial symmetry is the most important thing. Trying to shorten certain parts of your face can end up making you look uncanny and unbalanced

No. 165859

Does anyone here browse vindicta on Reddit? I find that sub so fucking toxic. It seems like everyone’s end goal there is to look like a scrote approved blow up doll

No. 165896

>>165837
anon pls don't you ever worry about your legs ever again! those are some perfectly fine calves and they do not need any slimming, let alone nerve damaging procedures?! they aren't big or weird in any way, seriously, they look great

No. 166149

>>150564

Seriously this. If you want plastic surgery you need to be in the correct mindset to get it.


Im a fattie whose had weight loss/gain issues and my loose skin is terrible. I don't give a shit about scars and know I'll always look botched even if I spent tens of thousands of dollars to fix my melty skin I'll never look "natural" or be able to flaunt looking "good". I prefer scars to what it is now and always get super envious seeing girls upper arms when they look normal because mine always look fat and afterwards they're just gonna have a fat scar on them.

Im serious like other brachioplasty anon when she says "point of no return"

Basically everything I want is to fix my damage. I also always have had a fupa and would want that reduced to be reasonable because i look dumb in 90% of pants and leggings that are cut on that bias. I also would consider fixing the side tips of my nose a bit because i feel its a bit bulbous but i think im knitpicking myself.

I worry deeply about my neck and chin the most and want laser lipo to tighten the skin there or maybe a necklift. That and jowls as a result of facial fat. So i want to do nasolabial fillers. My ex gf used to do it and it looked amazing.

Tl;dr i need my whole body nip tucked because of excess skin

No. 166152

>>166149
Scars aren't just about looks, they also feel awful

Breast reduction scars are the absolute worst

No. 166153

>>165896
why is it that men always try to discourage women from getting plastic surgery?

No. 166154

>>166152

I didn't even think of this tbh. Like at the end id have scars across my braline, upper arm, under stomach, inner thighs…. Id probably leave my breasts because the skin there is so thin but i can imagine it.

My mom has had a cancer removal on her nose and is using silicone patches which are expensive as fuck to flatten the scar and it just looks uncomfortable and like a lot of work.

No. 166157

why are there so few female plastic surgeons?

No. 166182

File: 1610216537316.png (246.39 KB, 425x297, Capture.PNG)

i have this at 29 and it's making me look miserable. i honestly spend a lot of time being conscious of the lighting and if my frow line is visible

i also sleep with frownies but i have a feeling it's making it worse in the long run

should i fix it? is botox the best way to go? i'm pretty scared of further fucking up my appearance by mistake

No. 166190

File: 1610220214424.jpg (1.37 MB, 4007x3522, 20210109_192245.jpg)

Please excuse how awful my skin/ dark circles look but I've always absolutely hated my nose and want a nose job. I want it to be straighter and narrower, as well for the tip to generally be more defined.

No. 166191

>>166190
?? Your nose is literally perfect

No. 166193

>>166190
Please don't do anything to your nose. This is what people strive for

No. 166194

>>165727

Stop breathing through your mouth, then you wouldn't need a chin implant.

No. 166196

I would pay to have your nose

No. 166197

>>166190
If I had to do a rhinoplasty, I would show your nose to my plastic surgeon

No. 166198

>>166190
anon don’t b silly! your nose is beautiful and your skin looks healthy and glowy. dont be so hard on yourself <3

No. 166199

>>166193
she thinks any change at all will make her better

No. 166200

are there breast implants that don't look like cheap hooker tits? something that lets fat naturally grow inside it or whatever

No. 166203

>>166200
Yeah, just show your surgeon photos of what you want, get under the muscle saline.
I got a lift an implants and specifically discussed wanting very natural looking results and showed him photos of other women post-op who looked natural.

No. 166205

>>166194
I think weak chin can be genetical/from bad posture or lack of exercise

No. 166217

>>166200
I don't know about anything that lets fat grow inside but a if you go to a good surgeon and show them the shape that you're looking for they should be able to get you similar results depending on the amount of breast tissue you have and your current shape. I'd check out realself.com and look at some before and afters to get an idea of what you want. I had a breast aug about 4 years ago, I got the tear drop shape I was looking for but my only regret is not having them put in through the armpit. I got inframammary incisions that scarred pretty bad and I'll have to go drop another 1.5k on top of the 7k I paid initially to get the scars removed.

No. 166225

File: 1610232140031.jpg (111.04 KB, 720x480, aa4.jpg)

>>166205
Nah, those things have nothing to do with weak chin, they can give you a double chin but leafyface is mostly about bone and teeth, source is that my spine is absolutely ridiculous and I look like nosferatu, BUT jawline still looking good.

No. 166227

>>165785
>>165814
I too have disproportionately large calves but the idea of getting them surgically cut down is gruesome. That's hella invasive

>>165837
>damages the nerves so the muscle atrophies
anon wtf you do not want to purposely inflict nerve damage or muscle atrophy on yourself at such a young age. your calves are totally fine.

No. 166242

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>>166200
looks like it's possible to do a fat transplant
so they'll feel real and not like boiled starch or a balloon filled with salt water

No. 166243

>>166203
>and showed him photos
photos don't show how hard and fake they feel

No. 166253

I've thought of getting breast surgery since I was 17. I try a lot to not let it get to me by thinking it doesn't matter that much, not everyone has perfect breasts etc but I've never seen any uglier than mine and it's frankly depressing sometimes. They're saggy as hell and my areolas are huge so they look like shit. I think a lot about getting a reduction/lift etc but that wouldn't even fix my issue with my areolas. I'm also terrified of losing feeling in the area and surgery is expensive too so idk if I'd like to risk it.

No. 166254

>>165785
are you fucking retarded kek
you have muscle there for a reason. it's to help you WALK. only women could ever be convinced that have extra strong legs is a bad thing jesus christ

No. 166255

>>165727
just get one its pretty safe and simple as far as facial surgeries. no fucking with airways or sawing bone down and shit.

No. 166310

my best friend has absolutely nothing wrong with her face. no big / wonky features, she’s thin, she’s conventionally attractive. she has been saying things about botox or nose jobs (her nose is small) or even jaw surgery if she has the money because she “doesn’t look like the girls on social media.” i think it would absolutely ruin her beautiful face.
i fucking really hate these instagram standards, it’s bizarre that people feel the need to look like photoshop IRL for approval.
>>166190
you have a perfect nose already, this is literally the ideal, please don’t do anything to it. based on the photos your eyes match with it well and i can tell you’re beautiful and glowing as your natural self.

No. 166313

>>166182
I have the same thing anon. I hate it. I'm considering botox but I saw a derm and she said it won't fill the line that's already there, just prevent it from getting worse. Maybe filling it somehow would work better for us.

No. 166317

>>166190
it would look unnatural if you messed with an already pretty, slim nose like that anon please don't consider surgery

No. 166322

>>166200
You can get a fat transfer to your breasts and they look perfectly natural but also you can look for a surgeon that specializes in natural looking implants. If you have breast tissue already it's even easier to make them look natural but one of the biggest problems with implants on a flat chest is you can see them even if they're sub pectoral. I got mine done by a surgeon that had very natural looking results and doesn't do huge implants, he measures the body and makes sure they don't look too top heavy, usually using round silicone implants.

>>166203
saline implants are the most unnatural looking of the implant types unless you already have decent sized breasts they're just the safest and cheaper.

>>166217
teardrop implants have a high rate of cancer because they're textured and also have a solid core so they don't feel as natural as a fat transfer or round silicone. Also implants put in through the armpit have higher risk of complications because they surgeon has to essentially dig through the body to get to the breast/muscle. Incisions under the breasts are ugly, but by far the safest method with peri areolar being second safest (but then you have a scar around your areola)


sorry to drop stupid tons of info I just worked with my surgeon for months after researching doctors for years because I needed a tuberous breast correction, lift, and implants and my surgeon is also a professor of plastic surgery and leads a lot of scar FDA studies

No. 166323

>>166253
Sounds like you have tuberous breasts, anon. If you're serious about getting surgery to correct it make sure to find someone who specializes in tuberous breast corrections because it's a difficult surgery BUT can look pretty good if it's done well.

Tuberous breasts have a restrictive tissue that makes them grow outward and stretch the areolas like fucking crazy and they get saggy and ugly (I had them too it ruined my body image for 12 years until I fixed them). A surgeon has to know how to go in, sever the tissue, remove the scar tissue that's left, and then perform a lift with an areola reduction. I highly recommend going through with it I have never felt so comfortable in my body like I do now, it's expensive as hell but absolutely worth it just plan ahead and make sure you can use carecredit.

No. 166324

>>165845
You could always get lip fillers anon. Have a look at the consultant clinic on Instagram, they have some great before/afters with people from similar lips.

No. 166337

>>166190
body dysmorphic anon, you woold look terrible with a narrower tip. it doesn't look like it's straight as a ruler but it's naturally straight.

No. 166373

>>166337
This type of approach never works, it only makes them want to have surgery even more

No. 166392

>>166190
Your nose is super cute anon


Also for anons here who want breast implants be careful and do untextured if you must. My ex got very large high profile implants which were awesome but got breast implant illness from them (some women just get it and id research it and all complications before commiting) To me, the risks seem bigger than the reward due to need to replace them every 10 years etc. She went to THE BEST cosmetic surgeon with every credential and issues still happened . Also your implants go where your natural breasts are so if they are low on your chest they will be low etc. So she paid 10k to get chronically ill for years and that is just a possibility that can happen and your surgeon should warn you.

Also, on sites for finding surgeons look for surgeons that are certified by aesthetic plastic surgery only boards. American Institute of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery is one for example.

No. 166402

>>166322
I'm the anon that mentioned the teardrop shape and just to clarify I have round silicone implants that gave me the shape I wanted after they dropped. lol

No. 166405

>>166190
Leave it like it is. Your nose is stunning

No. 166406

>>165845
>>165846
i think if you're going to get anything done a lip lift rather than fillers would probably give you the result you're looking for

No. 166409

File: 1610317940364.png (Spoiler Image, 87.56 KB, 300x215, Charles_tuberousbreasts-surger…)

>>166323
I googled it and it sure sounds like I could have that… Picture related looks exactly like mine. I feel both relieved to know I'm not the only one, and depressed to think it's an actual deformity lol. But I guess that also makes me feel justified to want surgery…
Well do you feel like you lost any sensation after you got the surgery done? And also does the surgery leave scars around the areola and do they look bad?

No. 166411

What kind of procedure can help with hip dips? Mine are pretty severe and they stop me from being a tru sexi hourglass and it's really fucking annoying.

No. 166419

is rib removal surgery worth it or would i be better off corseting to get the result i want? i have a blocky/square looking waist despite being at a low weight and it makes me want to kms

No. 166425

>>166419
sis don't take out your ribs that's not an approved of surgery and also ribs exist to save your lungs …. if you want just do corset waist training…I mean a real steel bone corset not the kim k shit.

No. 166432

>>165837
They aren't even big. If you reduced them you would look weird, the curve is attractive.

No. 166438

>>166323
please share details of the procedure… does it involve implants? I want to fix mine so badly but don't like the idea of implants… idk how else it would be corrected though

No. 166439

File: 1610329162525.jpg (Spoiler Image, 73.46 KB, 560x800, d14dd6c321558facb9c0131e06b1ac…)

My face grown downwards and my side profile looks similar to pic rel, would I benefit from a genioplasty?

No. 166446

>>166409
That type of scar is awful in person

No. 166450

>>166446
its not like people walk around with their tits out tho, you sound like a scrote

No. 166454

File: 1610335119297.png (37.1 KB, 850x669, Classification-of-the-tuberous…)

>>166409
I totally understand that feeling, tbh. When I looked into it apparently most women are so embarrassed by how their breasts look no one really reports/talks about it so there isn't even a clear percentage of women with the birth defect because they don't have the data. Although it's oddly comforting when you find out you're not alone.

I haven't had much loss of feeling other than some numbness on the top of one of my breasts but luckily no loss to any of the nipple sensation! My surgeon told me that loss of feeling is rare (especially if you have a good doctor) and that most people regain feeling after a few months to a year post op. Also I don't have the lollipop scarring that's shown in the picture because my lift was completely peri-areolar but honestly the scarring isn't bad at all. Get mederma and silicone tape to help the healing process and the scars fade VERY quickly. The scars around my areolas are still a light pink but I can't even see them when I look in a mirror I only really see them when I'm super close.

>>166438
Originally I was just getting the correction and lift done but I opted for also getting implants because I thought fuck it I went so long in my life with ugly tits I deserved them being a little bigger lol. Depending on the severity of the deformation really determines what would work best for you. Pic related I was between a type 2 and 3 (large areolas and saggy breasts that sat at kind of a 90 degree angle, very ugly) but I was also relatively symmetrical. If you have bad symmetry issues which is pretty common you might need a small implant to keep them looking the same post op.
Essentially, to expand on what I said before the surgery is mostly the surgeon going in (peri areolar), severing the restrictive tissue and removing scar tissue buildup, and then reducing the size of the areola before closing it up (gluing them back on in my case haha). Think of the restrictive tissue like a tight piece of clothing where when you take it off your body relaxes and your skin feels super tender after. It's like that but your breast and the skin relaxes and stretches how it would have/should have when they developed.

I went on longer than I intended but absolutely let me know if you have other questions (I'm actually seeing my surgeon for a post op visit tomorrow so if there's anything I don't know I could also ask!)

No. 166466

>>166190
Some of you really have issues. Did you post this just to fish for compliments?

No. 166467

>>166454

I figured out i have this and am so upset about it but also somewhat relieved its a actual deformity in a way, not just me being ugly. does it mean you can never be able to breastfeed? also can i ask how much yours was and what country your in? im in canada and apparently breast surgery here is very out of date technology so its better other places. my tits make me so so sad honestly :(>>166454

No. 166470

>>166466
Nose anon here (I hate that I'm calling myself that). You're honestly right about me having issues, my self esteem is basically non-existent and I have a weird obsession with my nose in particular. I haven't shared a picture where it's clearly visible without editing since I was like 13, only felt able to do it because of the anonymity here and was fully expecting to get torn apart for my appearance.

No. 166471

>>166470
I find your nose very cute. Your self-esteem needs modification, not your body

No. 166476

>>166470

nose anon, your nose is adorable and your soul needs surgery, not your nose.

No. 166483

File: 1610375297588.jpg (Spoiler Image, 17.56 KB, 450x482, ptosis-scale.jpg)

>>166454
well looking into it I'm unsure if they're actually tuberous… seems like they're just saggy :( mine look like the far right… well, one of them does. they're asymmetrical, one of them looks like the third one

it's a long shot but can you ask your surgeon is those kind could be fixed without implants? or is that a pipe dream of mine?

I genuinely hate them so much

No. 166489

>>166454
Really informative, thank you anon. I think I'm between 2 and 3 as well. Seconding >>166467 would also like to know how much the procedure was. Though this shit is super expensive in my country and probably not covered by insurance.

No. 166490

>>151009
she always looks desperately unhappy, as if she is never really there.

No. 166491

>>151599
really cute, def no reason to change.

No. 166511

File: 1610389147794.jpg (18.57 KB, 460x356, 9690.jpg)

Hello, I'm this anon from an older thread >>129755
I finally went to a doctor today to talk about a potential nose job. Because my bumps are so… visible (?), it's actually possible to get them removed without breaking my nose. However, he recommended other things which I could also do to "fix" my nose (turns out I do have a hump and my nose is too prominent for my face so it could be "pushed back"). He gave me printouts of simulations he did as well and I showed them to my parents+brother+boyfriend. My parents are saying that I should do the whole procedure, while my brother and boyfriend are saying that I should only get the bumps removed (like I originally planned to do).
I feel a bit like shit and insecure now, because there is apparently so much wrong with my nose. I'm unsure what to do now. Pic related is very similar to what my nose looks like from the side now (not including the bumps on the bridge i have) vs. what the doctor said what was also possible. Idk anons, should I go for the whole procedure or just remove the bumps like in the old pic? I appreciate any response and I'm sorry for my english!

No. 166514

>>166511
What would make you happy anon? Do you like your nose besides the bumps? Personally I wouldn’t go through with the whole procedure unless you were super excited about the results. You can always have another procedure done, but can’t add flesh back to your nose!

No. 166518

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I want a nosejob but I feel like the one on the right looks really weird with my face. Like all of a sudden I notice how long my jawline is and the shape of my forehead. I'm worried that it will make the rest of my face look out of balance and I will get addicted to surgery.

No. 166519

>>166511
Get the bumps removed if you want, but a pronounced nose is hot

No. 166522

>>166518
Agree with anon above. Just get rid of the bump if you don't like it, but shaving off your nose would throw off the balance of your face, especially the lower half – just like you said.

A good surgeon would warn you about this btw.

No. 166526

how do i get rid of chubby cheeks? people call them cute but i personally loathe mine. i'm not even fat…

No. 166528

>>166518
the one on the right looks good imo

No. 166534

>>166526
What age are you?

I used to hate mine (same thing where I'm not fat but my face seemed like that of a fatter person) Now that I'm 33 they have slimmed ever so slightly and I think I'm going to age well thanks to them. People always told me that I'd be thankful for them one day and I guess they were right.

No. 166537

>>166518
The right style doesn't suit your face. I think you should have a little more bump in the middle so it just looks like a smaller version of the left picture.

No. 166543

>>166526
just contour for now if you hate them. chubby cheeks usually go away with age

No. 166548

>>166483
>not a disease
>"diagnosis chart"

No. 166558

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>>166526
I feel you. I've been debating if I want to get a buccal fat removal for so long… I hate my cheeks but it's true that in most cases, they reduce with age and let you keep a youthful face for longer, so I'm really conflicted

No. 166594

>>166467
I don't think you should have any problem breastfeeding but I've also never asked about that because I have no intention of having kids but that's definitely something to talk to a doctor/potential surgeon about at a consultation!
and to answer you and >>166489 my surgery was roughly $16,000 (I'm in the US and I had my procedure done in Beverly Hills but my surgeon also has a practice in Dubai) which was for the tuberous correction, mastopexy (lift), and the implants. The implants on their own were probably around $8,000 but every surgeon charges a little different but I always recommend spending extra to get the results you want.

Technically my surgery was labeled as "breast reconstruction" and potentially could be covered by insurance (not the implants just the correction) but I went with a doctor that wasn't a part of my plan because his work was amazing and I didn't want to trust someone less skilled to take on my uggo tits lmao. Not sure what is offered where you are but I used CareCredit for about half of the cost (I paid the rest upfront) and they have specials with lower/no interest that makes the cost a lot more doable!

>>166483
You can have one tuberous breast or one that's more tuberous than the other but you'd have to do a proper consultation with a surgeon to know for sure. I had one breast more constricted than the other and it needed more work done on it. You could absolutely fix asymmetry without implants with a reduction+lift of the larger breast but you need to definitely do a consult to know what would be recommended (sorry I wish I could help more with that one!)

No. 166598

>>166548
Ugh this gets me, most of these "deformities" are perfectly natural but they're not what the average man finds attractive so they must be treated like a disease. Same with the violin hips.

No. 166602

>>166598
>Violin hips
That's one is just something we invented to hate ourselves for
Most men don't even realise what that is, they just see hips lol

No. 166623

>>166190
I'm gonna chime in too and say your nose is perfect, maybe the "problem" you perceive is it's position on your face more than the shape? Like if it's too close or too far from your upper lip. Otherwise idk anon you sound crazy.

No. 166636

>>166558
the woman in the pic also got a chin implant

No. 166748

is it normal to have one eyebag that's slightly bigger than the other, or is that something I should look into fixing? one of my eyes has a slightly bigger line / bag next to the nose than the other and it feels like it only started to develop recently, and I'm wondering if I should go to a dermatologist to see if it's a problem and if it needs any kind of corrective procedure, it might've always been there and I might be nitpicking my appearance out of insecurity. or maybe I'm sleeping on the wrong side of my face, either way hoping that someone could weigh in on whether it's an issue that could be fixed naturally or not. should be of note that I do have naturally uneven lids but it's pretty slight and this seems like a recent development

No. 166771

>>166748
chiming in to say i have this too and i have no idea what is wrong/why this happens but if anyone knows i'd love help

No. 166807

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Should I get chin fillers? I like the way I look from the front but my side profile is awful. Sorry about the weird crusty pic.

No. 166808

>>166807
Your chin is literally perfect, anon

No. 166809

>>166807
Nothing wrong with your chin.

No. 166815

>>166807
Oh anon what I'd give for a chin like this. Please don't change

No. 166818

This might be a bottom pit cesspool of the internet but no one is going to tell you to fuck that up

>>166807

Also chin filler migrates

No. 166841

>>166807
I feel like it matches your nose and lips, you look beautiful anon!

No. 166853

>>166807
i would cut off both of my arms to have a chin like this anon

No. 166871

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Ok if we’re talking chin fillers, do you anons think I should get them? Ideally ofc I’d get a chin implant but ya girl is poor

(Picrel is me)

No. 166879

>>166871
Gonna go with the usual, try mewing and maybe even some lipo could help but if you're poorfag idk. Dental surgery might be your best bet, cute cat though!

No. 166884

>>166871
No, if you want to spend money on your face, get orthodontia.

No. 166885

>>166871
>>166879
Shouldve included this above but I already had double jaw realignment surgery when I was 18 and part of my parent's co-op insurance so the surgery was covered 100%. Surgeon was an orthodontal surgeon though so he wasnt going for aesthetics, just trying to fix my bite.

No. 166887

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Is my philtrum really bad? I wanted a lip lift for a long time but read some bad reviews (even from people who went to surgeons who specialize in this procedure) and I don't really want to risk it. But I was thinking russian lip fillers might work, I've seen a lot of photos where the philtrum is shortened a lot, just not sure if it still looks good in person.
Or is there anything else I can do? I have a small face and the long philtrum just doesn't look balanced on it I think.

No. 166895

>>166887
I’m on the same boat anon. I don’t think it’s a huge deal, but lip flips might be the way to go. I heard they don’t last for a long time so it might be worth to just try it out, but you look fine either way imo.

No. 166905

>>166885
If you've already had something done, you're better off leaving it all alone. Work on your posture and try mewing.

No. 166928

>>166885
If your bite has been fixed and functional, then you don't need orthodontic work. I think fillers would help aesthetic-wise

No. 166930

>>166887
I think filler in your upper lip would help balancing things out

No. 166931

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>>166748
samefag, dropping pic to show what I mean, note how one eyebag is deeper than the other

No. 166959

>>166931
I’m sorry anon but this picture made me think of the real world equivalent of “O_o” I’m dying

Seriously though did you take the picture at a weird angle or hold one eye open wider than the other? Odd perspective aside, your eyes are very pretty and I barely see the “bag” you’re talking about. I don’t think it needs addressing and no one would notice or care. Those just seem like the natural contours of your eyeball under the skin…

No. 166963

>>166931

Seconding that I don't see any eye bags, just the natural sort of lower lid contour that comes with having round eyes. Can relate, mine are huge. Anon, saying this gently, you may want to look up some facial anatomy references. Eye bags are like, a puffy saggy skin thing.

No. 166982

>>166887
I think you look good anon, from that angle it's normal to see more philtrum.

No. 166993

>>166931
You have pretty eyes anon.

I use Khiels eye de-puffer to keep bags away. Also sometimes allergies make eye bags way worse. (Also i kekd hard at O_o)

No. 166994

>>166887
I think it's charming tbh. You have nicely shaped :3 lips. You're cute as hell (from what i see) don't fuck up your body with unnecessary procedures.

No. 166996

>>166994
Aw thanks. Unfortunately a couple of years ago I spent a lot of time reading about stuff like this and people often said that a long philtrum is like the worst trait ever especially for a woman. I've seen unattractive girls with short philtrums and attractive ones with longer ones so I know there is more to it, but it still really stuck with me.

No. 167000

>>166996
fellow long philtrum anon and I feel your pain, if it's any validation I've seen anons itt say that they don't think it's ugly at all. there's a lot of beautiful actresses who also don't have a short philtrum either, and a similar lip shape to yours

No. 167007

>>167000
I haven't found a lot of well known conventionally attractive women who have it (though sometimes I see random girls who look cute with it). But some days I just hate it on myself lol. So far I've only found Natalie Wood, maybe Amber Heard and Ashe Maree who have it. Also Lady Olenna lmao, but that doesn't make me feel better.

No. 167083

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>>167007
She's probably not considered "conventional" by some but your lips remind me a little of Anya Taylor Joy, and she's always been gorgeous imo

No. 167095

>>166598
> but they're not what the average man finds attractive so they must be treated like a disease
There goes the "I'm doing it for myself"

No. 167096

>>166931
You need an eye socket filler

No. 167099

>>166959
>>166963
>>166993
kek it is at a very awkward angle but the O_o made me laugh, it's very hard for me to take straight on pics that don't look like shit and my eyes dart all over the place so it's hard to take a picture where they're actually looking at the camera in a straight angle

anon with the eye product rec, thank you for that! I feel like isolation has made me super nitpicky about my appearance so I'm probably being hypersensitive but I'll see if I want to try what you're recommending, if I do, I'll see if it works!

No. 167101

>>167007
I think Carey mulligan, Elle fanning, and vanessa hudgens have slightly long upper lips. The reason I’ve noticed this is because I also have a long philtrum and I’ve searched for celebs lol

No. 167109

>>166636
god i would also kill for a chin implant

No. 167115

>>166518
this is pretty much my situation too. I think the right picture looks fine but it sounds like you have a bit of a fixation. I know how it feels lol. it's difficult, but try not to make your end goal perfection. also, I would get professional imaging from a surgeon. what they give you will likely be more objectively balanced than what you can edit on your own.

No. 167116

>>167095
Nta but I think the link between male preference, beauty standards, and the resulting female preference is too great to even worry about whether or not someone is truly "doing it for themselves." I've gone too long being disregarded/bullied by men for looking subpar to care about their feelings anymore, but it still hurts and that's why I want ps
Sorry for unnecessary opinion

No. 167121

>>167116
You desire to be put under general anesthesia — where you're not even breathing by yourself and therefore is the ultimate form of objectification — because you were disregarded by men in the past

No. 167125

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probably a lip lift because fillers seem like a waste of money to me, also maybe some chin shaving and breast implants? but idk

No. 167128

>>166518
Left is ok
Right is best
But if you are still unsatisfied stick with left. Bdd is a bitch.

No. 167129

>>166409
People itt will say left is ok and right is bad because le scar tissue
Deformed breasts are stinky and ugly, and they hurt. Hurt a lot. To look at and to have them. My back. My neck. However I have no money to fix them

No. 167133

>>167129
Agreed anon… idk it's easy to say there's nothing wrong with them when you don't look like that… I never ever see any women who have breasts who look like mine be it in media or my girl friends. Finding a bra that fits me and looks ok sucks because I have so much soft tissue, they all end up looking hollow and weird idk. It can be so alienating sometimes.
Sorry for ramble/blog post.

No. 167154

>>166411
The procedure is to wear an a line skirt/dress

No. 167162

Is there any point getting a breast lift in your early to mid 20's? I used to want breast implants but after reading up on the amount of complications and health problems some women have after them I don't think it's worth it. I'm not too bothered with having smaller boobs, I just wish they were perkier. Obviously gravity always takes effect so is there even a point in getting a breast lift at this age?

No. 167169

I almost posted boobie on here to ask your opinion then I realised i’m getting way too fucking comfortable on this site

No. 167170

are lip lift scars always visibly bad like pnp's?

No. 167171

>>167169
lmaoooo so cute

No. 167179

>>167169
don't do surgery on your boobie. all booby are better natural unless they're painful

t. small chested f

No. 167233

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pls help anons. I had convinced myself lip filler would help fix my unfortunate side profile but i'm realising everything about my face is uneven and i have a really prominent nose and witch chin. I haven't had anything done yet. should I just try lip filler first or save money for a chin reduction/nose job? fyi the chin is even worse when i smile. ty for any advice

No. 167234

>>167233
you look fine, don't change anything ):

No. 167241

>>167233
Anon your profile is beautiful, you have a very classic and elegant look. Spend less time on IG of Tiktok or whatever is causing this dysmorphia and understand that having a bloated face with a Michael Jackson nose and fishlips is not a good look unless you want to cater to scrotes' bimbofication fetishes.

No. 167244

>>167233
I think you could look cute with plumper lips, but your face is fine. Your chin is not witchy at all and your nose is fine imo

I will say though (and this isn't related to the post I replied to), It's hard for anons actually evaluate whether or not someone should get PS, cause we only see one part of your face. One part by itself could be cute, but then once you reveal the entire face it could be ugly. I'm not saying post your entire face, but I hope the anons self-posting here are getting second opinions. I think realself lets people post themselves for PS advice as well?

No. 167245

>>167241
>having a bloated face with a Michael Jackson nose and fishlips is not a good look
Anon, not all PS looks like that. Stop getting your idea of what an average cosmetic surgery looks like from botched ig models lmao

No. 167248

>>167233
Anon your profile is very pretty! Don't do anything with your chin and nose. Lip fillers would look really good imo. Just make sure you go to a proper doctor

No. 167249

>>167170
I don't think so. Have a look at Dr Miguel Mascaro on realself/instagram. Pnp's is extremely botched

No. 167251

>>167245
I've had fat transfer to my lips, I'm not anti plastic surgery. I'm advising restraint in the case of an already attractive girl referring to a normal, even smaller than average chin as a "witch chin," small straight nose as overly prominent and nicely shaped lips as too small. It's a clear case of nitpicking and unnecessary excess.

No. 167266

>>167121
dude it hurts what do you want me to say? it's not like only men have hurt my feelings because of my looks, everyone always has to make a little comment about it and I just wanna move on lol. just wanted to mention that male feelings are tied to our own perceptions of beauty…

No. 167267

>>167233
anon you look pretty! your nose is straight and chin isn't witchy at all

No. 167276

>>167233
I think your nose and lips are fine. Your nose is larger than average to me, but it's shaped nicely and it's very cute. Your lips, though small, look like they compliment your face. I suppose some filler could help, but I wouldn't mess with that given how your lips are in proportion to your nose from the profile view.

I see why you think your chin looks witchy. However, it isn't pointed enough to be classified as such though I do agree it has an unusual shape and I feel like if you shaved it, it would mess the proportions of your face up given the general size of your nose. It fits your face and I would tread extremely carefully on PS because I think you'd need a highly skilled aesthetically based surgeon to do so.

In other words, I like the nose, lips fit the face, and the chin is what it is.

I hope my bluntness does not offend you.

No. 167299

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Does any of you have any experience with filling chin dimple like pic rel? I'm worried about fillers migrating and changing the face shape overall but maybe since it's a very small amount it could be fine? It's minor but at the same time so annoying, I feel like it ruins entire face somehow.

No. 167302

>>167233
Of anything, just go for the lip fillers. You have a really pretty face. I don’t get why everyone wants to get rid of their unique features nowadays.

No. 167401

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I have breakouts and bad skin I need to fix I know but I’ve also been thinking that my chin is kind of weak. I haven’t thought of plastic surgery before but I’m thinking that maybe I’d benefit from filler there (and maybe in my cheekbones bc I have like none). But then I’ve heard a lot of horror stories about fillers not looking good and migrating to other parts of the face so idk if that would be worth it. Also don’t love how my nose looks in profile either but I think I’ll leave that alone

No. 167404

>>167401
Your chin is fine, anon, it just doesn't project outwards. We have opposite problems in that my chin/jaw is very short, but my chin juts out quite severely. I think you look good and you should stop being so harsh on yourself.

No. 167406

>>167404 Thanks, I think I've just been scrutinizing myself a lot lately hopefully I'll get over that

No. 167425

>>167299
Try a calcium based filler anon.

No. 167437

I’m almost 3 weeks into recovering from my Asian blepharoplasty. It didn’t go super smooth because apparently I had hidden ptosis in one eye. One eye started dropping mid-surgery, but thank god my surgeon was specialized and the best in my area. It was a complex surgery to fix. Now that my eyes are settling (still very early) I am so glad I finally got the guts to do what made me happy, despite what anyone else says. I held off on doing surgery because I was worried about what people think. But I finally decided fuck it. This is my only life and chance to feel confidence. COVID helped me do this discreetly. I have my rhinoplasty this year and I’m so excited. After the rhino, I will probably be done with surgery other than addressing aging.

I hate that I lack confidence but bullying as a kid and my own personal preferences never went away. People tell me I’m pretty today and I can attract guys, but I still have a hard time believing any compliments. Like it’s a trick or they don’t know any better.

My eyes look so much bigger and bright. Ahh sorry for writing so much nonsense I just wanted to express how happy I am with my choice

No. 167438

>>167401
I am no plastic surgeon but it's probably a combination of a downward tilting chin and a far too forward lower lip. I think if your lower lip were brought back, even with the same chin, your face would look much better.

No. 167439

>>144079
This procedure while having a simple result looks absolutely horrifying and complicated. I am imagining the surgeon opening up this girl's hairline with a fucking pizza cutter then yanking it down and stitching it lower on her scalp…. Or it could just be a radical hair transplant.

No. 167445

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>>167401
You and I have somewhat similar features anon. I got a chin implant a while back, pic related is my before and after (plus a revision rhinoplasty). I definitely think it helped though I sometimes wish I had pursued jaw surgery instead since my face still doesn't have a lot of projection (especially in the midface) and is fairly long.

Obviously that's an extreme procedure so not necessarily recommending that for you, just sharing my experience. You can judge for yourself if the results of the implant are worth it. And definitely leave your nose alone it looks very refined and lovely!

No. 167455

>>167445

That looks super lovely anon! You look really pretty

No. 167456

>>167233

Anon literally everyone has facial asymmetry to some extent…. You're really beautiful don't change your looks!

No. 167463

>>167233
I haven't mastered the art of replying to multiple posts so i'll just reply to my post lol. thank you all for your advice! I really wanted some objective opinions cos the spirit of self-hatred is alive and well in me. If anything, I'll try a small amount of lip filler when the world is less contagious and will post a before and after here

No. 167786

>>167445
Anon I’ve been thinking about a small chin implant but have heard that they can be visible somewhat when you smile, have you noticed that at all?



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