This is actually a picture of me in cosplay (I have short hair) but its really the only good picture I have of my nose. 

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Love your big nose. If you ever get self-conscious, just remember that unconventional beauty is memorable beauty (: and the true keys to beauty are humble confidence, intelligence, and generosity.
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Love your big nose. If you ever get self-conscious, just remember that unconventional beauty is memorable beauty (: and the true keys to beauty are humble confidence, intelligence, and generosity.

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do nose piercings help or hurt big, long noses?

I think they help noses, period - I just love how they look. That said, if you’re invested in drawing attention AWAY from your nose, a piercing is probably not conducive to that.

My big nose :3 
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My big nose :3 

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HELLO. I HAVE A BIG NOSE. SOMETIMES I REALLY HATE IT, LIKE TODAY. SO I START GOOGLE SEARCH TO SEE OTHER NOSES BIGGER THAN MINE. SOMETIMES I LOOK FOR “BEFORE AND AFTER” PLASTIC SURGERIES PICTURES. AND I REMEMBER I DON’T HAVE ENOUGH MONEY TO DO THAT. SO I GO TO SLEEP. NEXT DAY, MY NOSE IS STILL THERE, BUT I CARE LESS.
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HELLO. I HAVE A BIG NOSE. SOMETIMES I REALLY HATE IT, LIKE TODAY. SO I START GOOGLE SEARCH TO SEE OTHER NOSES BIGGER THAN MINE. SOMETIMES I LOOK FOR “BEFORE AND AFTER” PLASTIC SURGERIES PICTURES. AND I REMEMBER I DON’T HAVE ENOUGH MONEY TO DO THAT. SO I GO TO SLEEP. NEXT DAY, MY NOSE IS STILL THERE, BUT I CARE LESS.

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First of all I would like to say, that this page is amazing! It’s great that all of you people are trying to overcome stupid, shallow and unrealistic beauty standards that dominate over our society. Everywhere I look, young girls are being brainwashed when it comes to their appearance. We all talk about weight standards and teenagers that are obsessed with being skinny… But we rarely talk about other ideals of beauty that can be equally traumatic for people, especially young people. One of those “ideals” is definitely having a small, straight and narrow nose. 
As you can see on my picture I don’t fit in that category. Since I can remember, my nose was always big and with years it just got bigger and more crooked. Like many of you, I heard a lot of cruel “jokes” which completely destroyed my self-esteem. I thought about plastic surgery all the time in my teenage years and wanted to have a “normal” nose so bad, that I cried to sleep every night. But the older I was, the more comfortable I felt in my own skin. I realised that those bullies are just feeding their egos on my pain and I didn’t want them to have that satisfaction. Now I am 100% sure that I will never change my nose, no matter how ugly and unattractive other people find it. It’s a part of me, a part of my identity and I like it more every year. The world needs diversity, especially in these modern times, when getting plastic surgery is as common as getting braces and a lot of girls look like clones. I’m sharing my beak with all the beautiful girls and boys on this page in hopes that you will never change your absolutely gorgeous noses! :)
-Leia

First of all I would like to say, that this page is amazing! It’s great that all of you people are trying to overcome stupid, shallow and unrealistic beauty standards that dominate over our society. Everywhere I look, young girls are being brainwashed when it comes to their appearance. We all talk about weight standards and teenagers that are obsessed with being skinny… But we rarely talk about other ideals of beauty that can be equally traumatic for people, especially young people. One of those “ideals” is definitely having a small, straight and narrow nose. 

As you can see on my picture I don’t fit in that category. Since I can remember, my nose was always big and with years it just got bigger and more crooked. Like many of you, I heard a lot of cruel “jokes” which completely destroyed my self-esteem. I thought about plastic surgery all the time in my teenage years and wanted to have a “normal” nose so bad, that I cried to sleep every night. But the older I was, the more comfortable I felt in my own skin. I realised that those bullies are just feeding their egos on my pain and I didn’t want them to have that satisfaction. Now I am 100% sure that I will never change my nose, no matter how ugly and unattractive other people find it. It’s a part of me, a part of my identity and I like it more every year. The world needs diversity, especially in these modern times, when getting plastic surgery is as common as getting braces and a lot of girls look like clones. I’m sharing my beak with all the beautiful girls and boys on this page in hopes that you will never change your absolutely gorgeous noses! :)

-Leia

HI~ I just wanted to thank you for this blog and have a few words of advice for the young girls out there.   I was always very insecure about my nose.  I was made fun of for it,  and always felt like I was overcompensating every other feature with excessive makeup, tan, hair etc. Honestly, because of my very low self esteem, it led me to do things now that I entirely regret years later…  I lowered my standards for boys and even my group of friends. 

When I was 18 before college I had a nose job.  It helped for a while.  I felt beautiful finally for a short period of time.  Then I fell into my old feelings of low self-esteem. It was never because of my nose. 

Now about 10 years later, I wish I had NEVER had it.  I have two sweet little girls now who inherited my old nose. I feel horrible because what kind of example am I for them to learn to love themselves…  I also have bad feelings because I met my spouse after I got my nose done. I told him about it (which was so difficult), but I wonder if he would have still been attracted to me with my real nose.  This is a question that lingers often in the back of my head.  You can see it still bothers me as I’m googling and led to this site.  Plastic surgery is not the answer.. All of you girls are gorgeous the way you are.    

-R

Learning to live with it, until I can afford a rhinoplasty.
-Joey

Learning to live with it, until I can afford a rhinoplasty.

-Joey

this is my second submission, when i was a child, i used to be Mr Penguin from batman returns , or Pinocchio, the childrens are cruel, on high school the same thing, but now i am 31 years old, and i like my nose, the positive thing is that when i want to read a book, i have a larger bridge to fit my glasses  :)

thumbs up big noses !

-Fede

I usually never go outside of the house with my hair up and with no make up on. I find that it draws attention to my nose, which I’m still learning to love.
-Rita  

I usually never go outside of the house with my hair up and with no make up on. I find that it draws attention to my nose, which I’m still learning to love.

-Rita