Whether you like it or not, your nose is one of the first things that people see when they look at your face. The shape and the size of your nose determines greatly the way you look. There are few people who are completely satisfied with their nose and the most of them would like for it to look a bit different. On the other hand, there are those that really have issues with their nose. It may be too long, too bulbous, too wide, or even crooked. Today, there are many ways to change the appearance without undergoing the surgery. Here are some of them.
The way you are supposed to apply makeup in order to make your nose look different, depends on the thing about it that you want to conceal. If you feel that it is too long, you will have to visually shorten your nose by drawing two lines along your nose and drawing a shadow underneath the tip of your nose and above the nostrils. This fake shadow will give out the impression that the tip of your nose is actually higher than it truly is and that will make it seem shorter. Wide nose can be fixed by adding two lines alongside the nose, from the inner corners of your eyes to the nostrils. Everything that you do in this way need to be blended perfectly with your foundation and you need to pick good colors and high quality makeup brushes.
This is not just something that will help you get a better nose shape, but also something that will help you with any sort of breathing issues or problems with the sinuses. The idea is to massage each part of your nose, making show and circular movements. This should not be shorter than five minutes a day. In order to get good results, you should do every day for at least a month. If you feel come nose blockage, you can add a couple of drops of eucalyptus essential oil into the carrier oil, so that it clears up the air passages, a bit.
Face Yoga is something that needs to be done regularly in order to give the best results. Using the breathing exercises, the wide nose can start to appear narrower. You need to sit straight, so that the air can flow uninterrupted when you breathe in. Use the right thumb to press the right nostril and breathe through your left one. Breathe for four seconds and then hold your breath for the same amount of time. After that, extend that period to 6 seconds. Repeat the procedure with your left nostril closed, as well. Interchange the nostrils for fifteen minutes. Moreover, there are different exercises for your nose that involve grimacing and they have similar effects.
Nose Up Clips
This is one of the ways in which you can exercise your nose into looking narrower. A simple nose clip that presses the nostrils gives them a different shape. In time, when applied regularly, it can help your nose look different. The experiences and the opinions about this type nose strengthening are various, but since it is not a big investment, perhaps it is worth of a shot.
The thing that definitely works and it works well are the fillers that are injected around your nasal structure. This type of non surgical nose job is perfect for those that have crooked nose, nose bumps and similar sorts of deviations. The whole idea is to inject hyaluronic acid or polyacrylamide gel and even out the irregularities. The procedure can last as little as 15 minutes and the recovery period is around 24 hours. The downside is that the effects do not last forever and that this is not a procedure that can shorten your nose or make it look smaller.
Exercises, yoga and massage take patience and persistence. Their effects are visible only after prolonged periods of practicing these methods of shaping your nose. The effects of makeup are visible instantly, but the downside is obvious, as well. Fillers seem like the most effective and the most reasonable way of straightening your nose. The only thing that needs to be done is to visit the doctor and check if you are a good candidate for this procedure.
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