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Right profile: Notice that the nose-lip angle has been sculptured. The angle between the nose and lip has been raised, as should be the case for a female. Originally, the angle between the nose and the lip, although poorly defined, is approximately 90 degrees, which is appropriate for men but not for women. For women it should be roughly 110 degrees. It makes a big difference in terms of making the nose look shorter and less prominent. Note, of course, that the bump has been removed.
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