Dirty hair, pajamas, no make up, no filter. Like everybody else here I’ve had my fair share of problems with my nose. But as I grow up I’m learning to embrace it as a part of myself. I challenge anyone who has had problems with self esteem to just do this once: Go out. Anywhere . Don’t wear makeup, don’t fix your hair. And don’t worry about it.  Let you love yourself.
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Dirty hair, pajamas, no make up, no filter.
Like everybody else here I’ve had my fair share of problems with my nose. But as I grow up I’m learning to embrace it as a part of myself. I challenge anyone who has had problems with self esteem to just do this once: Go out. Anywhere . Don’t wear makeup, don’t fix your hair. And don’t worry about it.
Let you love yourself.

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As a high school student it has been hard for me to completely appreciate my big nose because of the huge amount of confidence needed to rock it. I’ve definitely come far with my self esteem, but I do have quite a ways to go. 
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As a high school student it has been hard for me to completely appreciate my big nose because of the huge amount of confidence needed to rock it. I’ve definitely come far with my self esteem, but I do have quite a ways to go. 

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It’s a N O S E. Not a nose. I have a love&hate relationship with it. Somedays i’m proud of it. Somedays itjust  makes mee feel masculin…. But I’m NOT going to change it for a smaller one =) Even though I live in country where most of the people have a cute little nose…
And I’m so happy my firend posted me this site! I LOVE it =D
-Eudoxia

It’s a N O S E. Not a nose. I have a love&hate relationship with it. Somedays i’m proud of it. Somedays itjust  makes mee feel masculin…. But I’m NOT going to change it for a smaller one =) Even though I live in country where most of the people have a cute little nose…

And I’m so happy my firend posted me this site! I LOVE it =D

-Eudoxia

I may never love my nose, but it will forever make me unique.  Helping me see a light in others that can oversee and find beauty in something that isn’t all that “socially accepted.” 
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I may never love my nose, but it will forever make me unique.  Helping me see a light in others that can oversee and find beauty in something that isn’t all that “socially accepted.” 

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New beauty standards

First off - EVERYONE ON HERE IS GORGEOUS! Like supermodel-gorgeous. 

 I am born with a fairly big, slightly hooked nose. And then I broke it so now I got a hump on it too. Just great. Some days I hate it because I feel like I’m not supposed to have the hump (since I’m not born with it and it has nothing to do with my heritage etc) and other days I like it because it has grown to become a part of me and also is what sets me apart and makes me even more unique. 


I have been googling A LOT of plastic surgents and so on but in the end I always feel the urge to cry. I mean what the actual hell has become of this world? Why is it so superficial!? I shouldn’t feel the need to change the way I look so I can feel better about myself. I am born this way and LIFE gave me a hump on the bridge of my nose and SO WHAT!? It shouldn’t matter. Not everyone has small, upturned noses and therefore that shouldn’t be the standard. Some of us have hooked noses with humps on them. And some of us have wide, flat noses. And some of us have long, crooked noses. And those kinds of noses are a standard too. At least they should be showcased in media way more often. I am so sick of this even sicker society that has tricked us into thinking there is only one way we can look attractive. And that is if we have a small nose. Sorry for ranting but this makes me mad. 

Seriously, big nosed people of the world! RISE UP AND UNITE! WE ARE EFFING GORGEOUS. And all of you girls out there - look to Erin O’Conner! Look to Karolina Kurkova, Candice Lake and Marta Waydel. And Rosemarie Dewitt, Mayim Bialik, Valerie Poxleitner, Lea Michele, Chelsea Peretti and Ellie Goulding. Those girls are so good looking with (and because of) their noses.

Seriously, I refuse to change my nose only to please this sick and twisted society. I refuse to confirm society’s standards. It’s not my nose that is ugly, it’s society. It’s time for a change. It’s time to open our eyes and our hearts to the beauty that is around us, among our friends and families and strangers on the street. Not only the concept of beauty portrayed in media. It’s time for some new standards. STAT. Let’s be a part of those new standards.

-Birdgirl

Loud & almost proud
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Loud & almost proud

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I have a big ass nose. It really has got to be the first thing anyone notices, which is a thought that bums me out big time. People haven’t really given me shit about it, at least not to my face, except for one particularly traumatizing person, so I’m thankful for that. People can be so mean.. reading about those who have been teased and bullied on here when in reality they are nothing short of beautiful is sickening. Even still, I know how hard it is to actually feel beautiful with a big nose- I admire those who embrace the strength and power of their prominent noses. I’m most comfortable wearing glasses to try and hide my huge bump! It looks its absolute worst when I die laughing, which is often, so it’s a good thing I’ve surrounded myself with kind, loving and accepting people whom I have to constantly forgive for being so damn funny and therefore instantly negatively affecting my looks;) Forever fantasizing about a cute lil button nose, but life goes onnNnnnNNn~
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I have a big ass nose. It really has got to be the first thing anyone notices, which is a thought that bums me out big time. People haven’t really given me shit about it, at least not to my face, except for one particularly traumatizing person, so I’m thankful for that. People can be so mean.. reading about those who have been teased and bullied on here when in reality they are nothing short of beautiful is sickening. Even still, I know how hard it is to actually feel beautiful with a big nose- I admire those who embrace the strength and power of their prominent noses. I’m most comfortable wearing glasses to try and hide my huge bump! It looks its absolute worst when I die laughing, which is often, so it’s a good thing I’ve surrounded myself with kind, loving and accepting people whom I have to constantly forgive for being so damn funny and therefore instantly negatively affecting my looks;) Forever fantasizing about a cute lil button nose, but life goes onnNnnnNNn~

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My second time submitting. This site has helped me so much in terms of my self-esteem regarding my nose. To everyone posting their pics on here: You are all so beautiful and wonderful. Seeing all of your submissions makes my day just that much brighter :)
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My second time submitting. This site has helped me so much in terms of my self-esteem regarding my nose. To everyone posting their pics on here: You are all so beautiful and wonderful. Seeing all of your submissions makes my day just that much brighter :)

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I love big/uniquely shaped noses.
My nose is actually quite small compared to just about everyone on my father’s side of the family
I can’t imagine myself with a different nose. I’m content with it.
-Annex

I love big/uniquely shaped noses.

My nose is actually quite small compared to just about everyone on my father’s side of the family

I can’t imagine myself with a different nose. I’m content with it.

-Annex

Malissa's NOSEFor as long as I can remember, I have always hated my nose. I was teased at school for it, and I would pray that I grew into it and sometimes fantasize about getting hit in the face with a ball in gym and breaking my nose so that I’d need a job. Yes, I fantasized about breaking my nose. As an adult, I am still self-conscious sometimes, but with maturity I’ve also realized that people value you for much more than appearance alone, and those are the ones worth having around.

-Malissa