This is the second time I post in here…Because I have really seen beautiful men and beautiful woman with “big” noses.
I remember once I was going out with my friends. And a guy laughed about my nose, and he told to my friend “What a weird nose your friend has”…i heard it and i really was very upset during all that night.
This is my last bad experience with my big nose.
You have to love yourself and think about all the other nice things your personality has. If this shines, the rest doesn’t matter at all.
Really believe in yourself, YOU all are more beautiful than what you think.
Hugs from the warm Spain
I have always thought horribly about my nose. I always felt it was a burden to the rest of my face. It is so fleshy, and fat, and I don’t know any face crunches to work out those nose abs :P
I know it looks pretty small compared to most on here, but to me I thought the Mighty Sky Banana had gotten the proportions on my face terribly off track. Having fun, my dear Sky Banana?
So needless to say, this blog really helped my self esteem and now I don’t want to dip my face in acid to remove my now lovely feature. :3
Thank you. :D
I feel like I’m coming home!
My sister took this candid picture of me when I wasn’t looking and I got mad at her after because I hate profile shots. She convinced me that I looked fine but I wasn’t taking it. However, she sent me the picture and I realized that my nose actually suits my face. This is the first profile shot that I have ever not felt self-conscious about. Although I am not fully confident with my nose yet, I strongly believe that I am on my way. Slowly but surely, I will come to terms with my nose.
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I’ve never been verbally humiliated about my nose, but I can see the stares. In certain photos, it looks smaller, otherwise it looks strange in some lighting.
I’m still self-conscious about my nose. I don’t like people taking pictures of me. There’s no point in getting a nose job; there’s still the risk of it turning out worse than before.
Hopefully I’ll grow to love and accept it as so many of you have.
My nose in its big, crooked glory. This is what I’ve been given, and I have to make the most of it.
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when i first found this page it made me feel better and cry (with happiness) to feel acceptance, positivity and validation for us with “big” noses. Growing up kids were mean and teased me about it (mostly girls). When they’d point it out It made me feel like there was something wrong with me. Of course there isn’t, everybody is born with something different about them and that’s what makes us all unique. Me and my nose have come a long way and I’m fine with it, comfortable in my own skin and love myself. it def has given me strength and character for a great personality! My friends say I’m beautiful inside and out! Society needs to stop having such a cookie-cutter, narrow- minded view of what beautiful is, because nobody is born perfect. We should celebrate our imperfections. God and family genes made me this way. I rock it too! ;)
My mom gave me my nose. It looks cuter on her. She says I’m beautiful but that’s just what moms say. Sometimes I like it, though, just because of where it came from.
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