Roman Nose.
I love my pointy nose and follow it everywhere. You girls are sobeautiful. I absolutely love big noses on women. I’m so happy to find this website and to be able to look at your stunning faces, please keep posting. Oh and by the way, I’ve been able to use my nose in ways that only women can appreciate….x
-Danzmind

Roman Nose.

I love my pointy nose and follow it everywhere. You girls are sobeautiful. I absolutely love big noses on women. I’m so happy to find this website and to be able to look at your stunning faces, please keep posting. Oh and by the way, I’ve been able to use my nose in ways that only women can appreciate….x

-Danzmind

I am so insecure about my big nose - it looks ok from the side, its the straight on that makes me feel gross. 
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I am so insecure about my big nose - it looks ok from the side, its the straight on that makes me feel gross. 

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The people in my family are small-nosed with a few medium-sizers tossed in, so it’s a mystery where my large, aquiline sniffer came from.  It doesn’t necessarily fit my face, but I have a strong, quirky personality, so I guess that’s where it finds its match ;)  It’s interesting that we strive so much to exert our uniqueness, yet tend to reject those natural, physical idiosyncrasies that make us just that.  I’m guilty of it.  I’ve been ambivalent for years – and still am – about my nose, especially after people have said things like, “your nose makes you look like a witch/troll” or “it completely ruins your otherwise beautiful face.”  I still fantasize on occasion about waking up and looking in the mirror at a more petite nose.  At the same time, someone, somewhere will always find something about you physically that they view as flawed and feel compelled to point out and/or ridicule. So why internalize and empower other people’s bs by hating on yourself and trying to change how you look to suit their tastes?  At the end of the day, it’s an exercise in futility and a win for the jerks. In my experience, there are plenty of interesting, intelligent, worthwhile people out there who appreciate, or at least are indifferent to, a big ol’ nose.  There are plenty of people who would love to get to know you, a whole mass of folks who can appreciate you and love you for your whole person.  Some will even totally dig your nose, as an added bonus ;)  We’re always so much harder on ourselves, anyway.  I’m sure you can think of tons of people you know who have a physical quirk or two that you barely notice, or if you do, it doesn’t matter in the grand scheme of things.  Or maybe it’s part of why you find certain people attractive.  Why should you and your nose be any different?We’re so much more than that amalgamation of bone and cartilage and mucous membranes and skin in the middle of our faces – or any other physical characteristics for that matter.  But I think hurtful comments, especially when we hear them frequently, over time, and especially when we’re young or in an emotionally vulnerable place, in a culture that pushes the primacy of (arbitrary and unstable) ideals of physical beauty, make us forget that sometimes.
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The people in my family are small-nosed with a few medium-sizers tossed in, so it’s a mystery where my large, aquiline sniffer came from.  It doesn’t necessarily fit my face, but I have a strong, quirky personality, so I guess that’s where it finds its match ;)  

It’s interesting that we strive so much to exert our uniqueness, yet tend to reject those natural, physical idiosyncrasies that make us just that.  I’m guilty of it.  I’ve been ambivalent for years – and still am – about my nose, especially after people have said things like, “your nose makes you look like a witch/troll” or “it completely ruins your otherwise beautiful face.”  I still fantasize on occasion about waking up and looking in the mirror at a more petite nose.  At the same time, someone, somewhere will always find something about you physically that they view as flawed and feel compelled to point out and/or ridicule. So why internalize and empower other people’s bs by hating on yourself and trying to change how you look to suit their tastes?  At the end of the day, it’s an exercise in futility and a win for the jerks. 

In my experience, there are plenty of interesting, intelligent, worthwhile people out there who appreciate, or at least are indifferent to, a big ol’ nose.  There are plenty of people who would love to get to know you, a whole mass of folks who can appreciate you and love you for your whole person.  Some will even totally dig your nose, as an added bonus ;)  We’re always so much harder on ourselves, anyway.  I’m sure you can think of tons of people you know who have a physical quirk or two that you barely notice, or if you do, it doesn’t matter in the grand scheme of things.  Or maybe it’s part of why you find certain people attractive.  Why should you and your nose be any different?

We’re so much more than that amalgamation of bone and cartilage and mucous membranes and skin in the middle of our faces – or any other physical characteristics for that matter.  But I think hurtful comments, especially when we hear them frequently, over time, and especially when we’re young or in an emotionally vulnerable place, in a culture that pushes the primacy of (arbitrary and unstable) ideals of physical beauty, make us forget that sometimes.

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I was one told ‘Yeah you have an ugly nose, but a black & white filter can help anyone…even you’ 
This blog has made me feel so much better about it, and although it will take years to rebuild my self-esteem to a reasonable level, this is defiantly helped me, so thank you :)
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I was one told ‘Yeah you have an ugly nose, but a black & white filter can help anyone…even you’ 

This blog has made me feel so much better about it, and although it will take years to rebuild my self-esteem to a reasonable level, this is defiantly helped me, so thank you :)

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I have always hated my nose. I have considered having a nose job several times. I’m really self conscious about it, I think that maybe if I had a smaller nose I would be prettier and more attractive. 
That being said this blog has helped me quite a lot, there so many of you who are really attractive with your big noses. ^^
Have a nice day 
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I have always hated my nose. I have considered having a nose job several times. I’m really self conscious about it, I think that maybe if I had a smaller nose I would be prettier and more attractive. 

That being said this blog has helped me quite a lot, there so many of you who are really attractive with your big noses. ^^

Have a nice day 

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Yes, I have tried killing my self because of it. I hate it. I have social phobia cause of it. I hate taking pictures. Im ugly. Im suicidal everyday. I hate my nose. Im so insecure. Fuck my life. 

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If you really are having suicidal thoughts, please, PLEASE reach out to someone.

On a more trivial note, I think your nose is fantastic. Thanks so much for the follow! Everyone here at Fuck Yeah Big Noses has your back and supports you!

Im sick of my nose, I wont even put up a profile because i cant stand to look at it. Wish i could love my looks like some people on here but o well. I would get a nose job in a second if i could afford it, and i don’t think there is anything wrong with that. I honestly don’t think a lot of people on here have a big nose. You just don’t have a perfect Hollywood nose. there is  BIG difference. Everyone is self conscious of something but not everyone has to live with a big honker in the center of your face. Unfortunately I was the one in the family that got stuck with the biggest nose. thanks grandpa. Sometimes i don’t mind it, others i cant think of anything else. It stops me from being confident, im really trying to be more confident but im not sure thats something you can really control. If it was then i wouldn’t be posting lol, I don’t like my nose and that will not change, i just have to learn to live with it and maybe someday i will accept it but that doesn’t seem to be anytime soon. Im glad to see so may people on here, this site makes me feel a litte bit better.
-Rory

Im sick of my nose, I wont even put up a profile because i cant stand to look at it. Wish i could love my looks like some people on here but o well. I would get a nose job in a second if i could afford it, and i don’t think there is anything wrong with that. I honestly don’t think a lot of people on here have a big nose. You just don’t have a perfect Hollywood nose. there is  BIG difference. Everyone is self conscious of something but not everyone has to live with a big honker in the center of your face. Unfortunately I was the one in the family that got stuck with the biggest nose. thanks grandpa. Sometimes i don’t mind it, others i cant think of anything else. It stops me from being confident, im really trying to be more confident but im not sure thats something you can really control. If it was then i wouldn’t be posting lol, I don’t like my nose and that will not change, i just have to learn to live with it and maybe someday i will accept it but that doesn’t seem to be anytime soon. Im glad to see so may people on here, this site makes me feel a litte bit better.

-Rory

People used to tell me I had a big nose, some told me I looked like a witch. Today I found this blog and I thought that the people in the pictures were so beautiful that it really made me feel better about my own nose. I realised how beautiful and how much of a statement a big nose can be :)
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People used to tell me I had a big nose, some told me I looked like a witch. Today I found this blog and I thought that the people in the pictures were so beautiful that it really made me feel better about my own nose. I realised how beautiful and how much of a statement a big nose can be :)

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I’ve never gotten grief about my nose, although I’ve always known it was big. But today after lecture somebody came up to me and said I look like Sayid from Lost. I’ve never watched Lost, but after googling him after getting home, I see what’s going on. We both have big noses!

-Parag

Always been self conscious about my unconventionally large nose. I’ve always had major self confidence issues because of people teasing due to my large nose, and I feel very confident now that the name calling is what led up to my battle with an eating disorder. Hate hate hate my nose and I will always wish I had a small regular nose, but I guess I have to learn to accept it for what it is.
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Always been self conscious about my unconventionally large nose. I’ve always had major self confidence issues because of people teasing due to my large nose, and I feel very confident now that the name calling is what led up to my battle with an eating disorder. Hate hate hate my nose and I will always wish I had a small regular nose, but I guess I have to learn to accept it for what it is.

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