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Old 04-10-2010, 09:40 AM   #11
 
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I think a reduction rhino for tip refinement / lip augmentation would make you look stunning
Thank you for your compliment. That's very sweet of you.

I am definitely interested in exploring the idea of a lip augmentation. I have very thin lips and a scar on the left side of my lower lip. I've read how fillers can be injected into your lips to add fullness. Would that also give them more definition? I look silly wearing lipstick because my lipline is very nondefined.

I'm not looking for perfection, by any means, but I do think my face could use some help in the symmetry department--lips included.


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Hello London,

Why not create a new post in the lip augmentation portion of the forum?

I have an excellent recommendation for you!!!

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Why not create a new post in the lip augmentation portion of the forum?

I have an excellent recommendation for you!!!
Great idea. I can't wait to hear about your recommendation.

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You know, I've always wanted to do something about my nose but wasn't convinced it was worth that much money...until now. Take a look at the attached thumbnails. The second image is a simulation that I created myself.

I know I can't expect my actual result to look like an image I created using a simulator. Its just interesting to see how something you thought was relatively insignificant can make such a difference in your overall appearance. Plus, I never realized how much my actual nose resembled that of Fiona from Shrek.

I am absolutely ready to shell out the money needed to get a great result. Now I just have to find a PS who's a genius with tip work--and who won't cost me an arm and a leg.
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In the self-morphs you just posted, are you holding your head slightly upright or is that level for you? If it is level, then I would suggest bringing down the nostrils a bit more (so they're less visible). However that's no always the way to go, because there is a fine line between hiding the nostrils and having a droopy nose... so don't overdo it

p.s. The columella could be trimmed a tiny bit, but if it's overdone, there will be too big of a space between your top lip and your nose IMO.

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Do you know of any doctors with a reputation for excellent tip work? From the sounds of it, correcting my massive nostrils won't be a stroll in the park so I'd like to find someone who is a genius with bulbous tips. Any tips?

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I do know of such surgeons, London. The ones I know are on the east coast, and you requested west coast surgeons. Feel free to PM me if you wish.

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