My facial features are too masculine. Any recommended procedures to make more feminine? (photos)
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Since both of these features are rather "strong", reducing both would really be transformational!
How to make your face look more feminine
Rhinoplasty and chin contouring
Indeed I agree with your assessment. Thank you for sharing your pictures. A chin reduction can be done through a small incision in the mouth. We could narrow the point of the chin and reduce the clefted appearance, which will help to achieve the V shape of the lower face.
A rhinoplasty can also help to deproject the nose and refine the tip.
You already have nice full lips and nice cheekbones. I think reducing the nose and chin will help balance the face and accentuate all your lovely features.
Best of luck,
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I would agree that a chin reduction and rhinoplasty with feminization will help you achieve your goals. An in-person consultation is obviously the best way to go before you plan on a procedure.
Softer more refined features
Generally speaking, soft, subtle, and symmetric features are more feminine. Someone will be described as having a nice smile or beautiful eyes, but you rarely hear that someone has a great nose and less often a great chin. Your nose and chin should not just fit but should blend into your face. Right now your nose is over sized and a bit bottom-heavy and your chin is strong with an obvious cleft and some asymmetry. A rhinoplasty to make your nose fit your face and contouring of your chin and the right side of your jaw would make your lower face softer and more symmetric.
Bryan Rolfes, MD
Feminizing Face with Rhinoplasty and Chin Reduction
Rhinoplasty and chin reduction
Rhinoplasty and chin reduction for facial feminization.
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