How Nose Fillers Can Enhance Your Side Profile
Finding your best angle is an underrated skill. It takes a lot of practice in the mirror, and some test runs with your front-facing camera. The clincher? Your nose is, in fact, the most crucial feature of your face, as it balances out everything. Strategically placed in the centre of your face, it is a focal point when it comes to your facial structure.
Can you do something about your nose? Nose fillers in Singapore are one of the most popular options to get that enhanced side profile. Read on to learn more.
Understanding Side Profiles
Side profiles are more than how your jawline, nose, and forehead look in a side mirror. It is like a professional calling card you give people you meet for the first time, and it also allows you to present your best self to those around you. But wait – how do you know what makes a good side profile?
A good side profile relies on two key factors: sharpness and symmetry. It’s the ideal combination of a sharp nose and jawline, linked with the perfect structure of your chin and forehead. Plump, defined lips also add dimension to your face and enhance balance. But your nose is the ultimate clincher that gives you an irresistible side profile. A sharp, slim, and pointed nose acts like the cherry on top that completes it all.
How Nose Fillers Can Enhance Your Side Profile
Nose fillers belong to the most versatile dermal injectables available, as they can enhance any part of your face. They can smooth out bumps and add volume to your nose, improving its overall shape. With nose fillers, you can enjoy a straighter nasal bridge and a lifted, perfectly pointed tip. Since your nose is the focal point of your face, a good one ensures that you’ll look good from every angle. Moreover, the improved contour and shape mean you’re nailing the sharpness and symmetry that makes for a good side profile!
Types of Fillers Used for Nose Augmentation
There are several types of fillers available today in Singapore that deliver your desired results. The two most common types are Juvéderm and Restylane.
Juvéderm nose fillers are hyaluronic acid-based fillers intended to give the same results as rhinoplasty sans the pain and long recovery process. Different types of Juvéderm fillers are available, and they all depend on the location you’re injecting these into.
Restylane nose fillers, on the other hand, contain hyaluronic acid just like Juvéderm, but they last longer. Restylane appears as a transparent gel; when injected and can give fullness and volume. It can also increase hyaluronic acid production in the body, which helps with hydration.
Other Facial Areas That Can Enhance Your Side Profile
To achieve the best side profile, it’s worth mentioning that other facial areas also play a part in it. Good news: you can also get fillers in these areas!
A notable part is your lips, one of the most popular applications of fillers today. Like nose fillers , lip fillers can be easily customised to mimic the natural shape of your lips. They also improve texture by filling in the wrinkles around your mouth. But the role of lip fillers in your facial profile is to add the perfect balance and symmetry, thanks to their plumping effects.
Jawline fillers also work wonders for your facial symmetry, as they restructure your face shape and add a distinct sharpness. This type of filler goes into your jawline and chin with a firmer structure mimicking your bones. It gives a distinction between your face and neck by adding definition to the area.
Last on the list is your forehead. Cosmetic surgeons recommend forehead fillers to treat the visible signs of ageing, such as wrinkles and volume loss. However, these fillers are not like Botox, which paralyses your muscles to stop them from creasing and forming wrinkles. Forehead fillers fill in the wrinkles using a gel-like substance to reduce their appearance and restore volume. Like nose fillers, they typically use hyaluronic acid, a natural substance in your body.
About the Author – Dr Michelle Lim
Dr Michelle Lim obtained her medical degree at the University of Queensland in Australia in 2009. After this, she completed her Ophthalmology apprenticeship at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital in Melbourne where she also undertook her postgraduate clinical research fellowship in retinal vascular disease. Dr Lim trained intensively as an eye surgeon at the Singapore National Eye Centre and has a special interest in microsurgery and general ophthalmic procedures including cataract, refractive, glaucoma, cornea, retina, neuro-ophthalmology and oculoplastic.
With this specialized background in Ophthalmology, Dr Lim brings attention to detail and key surgical finesse to aesthetic procedures: from rejuvenating lasers to anti-wrinkle injections to peri-orbital fillers. Her sense of aesthetics also extends to other parts of the face and body as she has a keen eye for detail and an appreciation for the artistry of facial aesthetics.