Why I Said No to a Nose Job
Andrea Scoretz
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Being someone who also grew up with a profile, I totally empathize with your article. When I was in my teens, I actually came close to getting a nose job due to my having a deviated septum. But, after seeing some of the others in the waiting room with black and blue eyes and bandages over their faces, I walked out. As I grew older, and grew into my most protruding facial feature, I learned to accept my nose as it was. Moreover, my nose made me unique from everyone else. Also, a lot of very attractive Middle Eastern ladies seemed to like my “look.” So, who am I to argue with that?

At any rate, I personally like strong profiles on women, and I am glad that you decided to retain your uniqueness. We are in kind of an exclusive club because of it. “¡Viva la narizone!

Besides, imagine how much happier Cyrano de Bergerac would have been if only he had accepted his “uniqueness.” Of course, a “self acceptance” like that would have made for a much less interesting story, but you get the idea.