Ellen.

Ellen.

It never occurred to me that I had a larger than normal nose until I was in the fifth grade. Before then I pretty much thought I was “normal” and like every other girl. Then one day, a person I was hanging out with finally brought it to my attention. I was devastated. I spent years and years focusing on my “biggest flaw” (no pun intended). I even had a few people make fun of me for it. This one time I even had this guy say “Damn your nose is huge!” Every time I looked in the mirror it’s the only thing I could see and I hated it. Luckily, it eventually grew on me. Now that I’m older, I’ve come to realize that if people are going to judge me based on the size of my nose then they must really not be worth the time. It’s a nose for goodness sake. You use it to smell. Like you use your eyes to see. I won’t lie and say that I don’t look at myself sometimes and go “yep you’re still larger than average” or have those days when I wonder what my face would look like if it were smaller. However, I’ve come to accept that though it’s a part of me, it doesn’t define me. And although it makes me stand out from every other “typical face” , it also makes me a unique individual. Screw “normal”.
-Tiffani

It never occurred to me that I had a larger than normal nose until I was in the fifth grade. Before then I pretty much thought I was “normal” and like every other girl. Then one day, a person I was hanging out with finally brought it to my attention. I was devastated. I spent years and years focusing on my “biggest flaw” (no pun intended). I even had a few people make fun of me for it. This one time I even had this guy say “Damn your nose is huge!” Every time I looked in the mirror it’s the only thing I could see and I hated it. Luckily, it eventually grew on me. Now that I’m older, I’ve come to realize that if people are going to judge me based on the size of my nose then they must really not be worth the time. It’s a nose for goodness sake. You use it to smell. Like you use your eyes to see. I won’t lie and say that I don’t look at myself sometimes and go “yep you’re still larger than average” or have those days when I wonder what my face would look like if it were smaller. However, I’ve come to accept that though it’s a part of me, it doesn’t define me. And although it makes me stand out from every other “typical face” , it also makes me a unique individual. Screw “normal”.

-Tiffani

Proud
-Léa

Proud

-Léa

Proud
-Léa

Proud

-Léa

Some of the boys at my school have recently started calling me Pinocchio..
-Kat

Some of the boys at my school have recently started calling me Pinocchio..

-Kat

hello, i’m natasha. i was bullied because of my nose since i was about ten and it started growing so big. i hate shape of it and can never feel pretty since that time. i’m dreaming about plastic surgery to make myself confident about my face.
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hello, i’m natasha. i was bullied because of my nose since i was about ten and it started growing so big. i hate shape of it and can never feel pretty since that time. i’m dreaming about plastic surgery to make myself confident about my face.

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big nose ! I hate side profile photos…..
-Federico

big nose ! I hate side profile photos…..

-Federico

Paolo.

Paolo.

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Hello all! I would like to introduce you to my nose, the less flattering side of it’s self. I’ve countlessly experimented on making this beauty less apparent and to be fair all the dermal fillers and other things has made it a lot more “structured”, however it’s still big as can be. It’s a bit weird, I’ve pierced it, it’s been through the mill, but at the end of the day… it’s mine and I’ve got to learn to work with it. It’s a challenge and a challenge is what I need. 
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Hello all! I would like to introduce you to my nose, the less flattering side of it’s self. I’ve countlessly experimented on making this beauty less apparent and to be fair all the dermal fillers and other things has made it a lot more “structured”, however it’s still big as can be. It’s a bit weird, I’ve pierced it, it’s been through the mill, but at the end of the day… it’s mine and I’ve got to learn to work with it. It’s a challenge and a challenge is what I need. 

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