The majority of us have some sort of asymmetry, from a deviated nose, a droopy eyebrow or a crooked smile. But what is considered attractive?
Lots of research has been carried out in this field and generally speaking more symmetrical faces are considered more attractive, however, absolute symmetry can look a bit odd. In fact a little asymmetry in men is often desirable, think Ryan Gosling.
Whether you’re after a correction or not, it’s important to have a full face assessment when considering cosmetic injectables. This will help to highlight any potential tweaks. It could be as simple as raising up an eyebrow with a little anti-wrinkle injection or correcting a deviated lip with more filler on one side.
Take care and stay healthy 😘
Dr Nora 💉
Warning: any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.
Another successful weekend teaching delegates @dermamedicalaustralia advanced cosmetics course in Brisbane. 👌
Being a non-surgical injectables trainer puts me in a privileged position to seriously advocate the risks involved and the safest methods of injecting. Helping to contribute to a new generation of safe cosmetic injectable physicians.
I had a fantastic time teaching my colleagues and working alongside the amazing team. I wish the delegates the best of luck for your future cosmetic careers.
One of the most rewarding aspects of being a non-surgical injectables trainer is being in a position where I can seriously advocate the risks involved and the safest methods of injecting. Helping to contribute to a new generation of safe cosmetic injectable physicians.
This weekend I’m headed to Melbourne to work along side a fantastic team teaching doctors, dentists and nurses safe cosmetic injectables.