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what were you thinking on getting done?
I had a rhinoseptoplasty to fix breathing issues and said "what the hell" and got a nose job with it too. I am happy with the results, but to a certain extent only. I'm probably going to get a revision in the next year because my breathing improved, but I feel it can improve much, much more and you don't know how frustrating it is to only breathe from one nostril (and the other when it decides it wants to work) and having to use your mouth all the time.
With that said, plastic surgery is almost never going to get you to perfection; you should only see it as an improvement to what you have. If you keep obsessing about it and searching for perfection, while you might get lucky, the vast majority of the time you'll be setting yourself up for disappointment. At least that's how I see it.
Never liked my nose. I wouldn't expect a big difference but a small one. You're saying there's a good chance it wouldn't even look better, but worse?
IndeedYeah you'll end up looking like Joan Rivers.
wha? you ahve a perfectly nice nose
I always wonder why certain celebs don't fix things like that. Also, Christian Bale's mole on his nose right near his eye.What would Owen Wilson do?
I always wonder why certain celebs don't fix things like that. Also, Christian Bale's mole on his nose right near his eye.