This is a wonderful blog! Everyone on here has such beautiful noses! I have slowly learned to accept my nose and ignore those who bully me about it. A big nose isn’t a bad thing! I’m so glad there is a blog that celebrates big noses!
(submitted by ceceliamassara)
Hi, i just wanna say that this blogg had made my life for now a little easier. It had made me realize that your imperfections can make you really unique. I have always been self conscious of my nose and profile since a guy so badly needed to comment on how big my nose was.. but now i slowly starting to realize that looks isnt the most important, its your inside that matters. You just have to believe in yourself that your beautiful just the way you are, and then other people also will.
Ps. All of you people on here are so gorgeous!! Fuck yeah big noses!
me and my nose… this blog make me more confident in myself..
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There are many things I would change about myself if I could. One of them would be this huge nose on my face.
I was never self conscious as a kid, because kids don’t care about the way they look, or the way people around them look.
Then I remember one day, I was probably 12, an uncle of mine started describing a teacher he hated, he said she was the “definition of an ugly woman”. He went on saying , “big nose, small eyes, small lips, huge face, fat woman, ugly as hell”.
I laughed on the outside but on the inside I was comparing each feature he had mentioned, with mine. Then I realized he had described just what I looked like.
Maybe it was that day that I decided I was truly ugly.
Sorry if this post offends anyone else.
French singer Anouk Aita.
I was never bullied for my nose shape or anything. My nose hating obsession is my own product of insecurity that even held me back from smiling,because it looks pretty wide and long when I do..
I’m not gonna lie, I feel unique because of my nose sometimes and I haven’t met anyone with a nose like mine except my family members and I feel like I have something strangely beautiful! Because unique is beautiful, isn’t it?
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Second time posting. I usually hate my profile view, but since me and my big nose just got a degree I have realised there is so much more to life than aspiring to be “beautiful”.
Don’t let anyone stop you reaching for the stars just because you think you don’t fit into society’s (very narrow!) standards of what beauty is.
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Even my mother said that maybe I should consider surgery… so, yeeeeah.