It’s funny how you don’t really notice noses until you notice them….and then you can’t stop yourself. Most people can meet you, have a nice conversation, and go on their merry way without ever really noticing your nose. Our eyes tend to be attracted to other people’s eyes. After all, they are the so-called windows to the soul. Next, we notice lips and smiles, especially when talking. These are the features that tend to be important in communicating and building a rapport with people. And finally, placing a distant fourth, other striking or not so striking features come up on the radar. Unless your nose is very out of place with your other facial features, it will tend to melt into the background even though it is smack-in-the-middle of your face.
People who tend to see noses everywhere are usually either very concerned with their own noses, have had or are planning to have a rhinoplasty, or are facial plastic surgeons. Most other people just don’t pay that much attention, until you point it out to them. And that’s why a lot of imperfect noses are walking around on some of our most iconic beauties. Take supermodels and celebrities as perfect examples.
Adriana Lima and Gisele Bundchen are known for their exotic beauty and are two of the most highly sought after supermodels in the world. Granted, they have a lot of other things going for them; but, try for a moment, to take all those positives out of the equation and concentrate on their noses. Adriana’s tip is decidely wide and boxy. And Gisele’s profile has a prominent bump and a droopy tip. But, that defines their looks.
Paris Hilton is another pop culture icon whose nose is a prime example of a thin, pinched, and hanging tip. Of course, that doesn’t stop her from being a tabloid media darling.
These noses aren’t perfect but, then again, they don’t have to be. And, the one thing they all have in common is that they add some character to their owners. Now, many of you are thinking that, sure, these women have so many other stunning attributes that noone would ever notice their noses. Maybe so. But, the same thing applies to the rest of us. Your nose doesn’t have to be perfect, it just has to blend in. And, that’s where we come in.
So, be careful of asking for a too-generic nose. A good nose job shouldn’t sacrifice your identity.