It has already been 9 months since the surgery. How fast time flies!
I come back to upload my posts along after the last one.
Before the surgery, I had the ugliest one of the ugliest noses,
but who knows I can have such a pretty nose like now?
GIO elevated my nose column 4 mm with silicon, nose tip with my ear cartilage and narrowed
the wide nose bulbs.
I can definitely feel I get prettier after the surgery,
so I feel like having another plastic surgery in GIO.
I was extremely nervous and worried before the surgery. My legs even shook.
Now those memories are all gone and rather covered with happiness now for the satisfactory result. I am thinking to have another surgery in GIO.
I don’t fear it anymore and get greedier, seeing my prettier face...
Nowadays, I have taken a lot of pictures of my face because all turn out pretty no matter what angles I take them at.
Today, I will upload the best of the best picture of mine I have taken so far.
What is best with my rhinoplastic surgery is that it got me confidence back in my natural face!
My friends tell me that I am the most successful case of rhinoplastic surgery though they used to say to me that face never looks different unless it has many surgeries.
I had only one surgery but apparently my face turned pretty.
I used to take pictures of my front face because I thought it looked prettier than my face in profile. After the surgery I tend to take more pictures of my side face.
I used to have my face taken a picture when I covered part of it or lowered it.
Now, never, ever!
Ah! And nothing much changed to my face after swelling in my face has gone down and
I feel the face outline is settling down more naturally.
I can feel that I look much more natural than before.
I thought I would have only rhinoplastic surgery because my nose was complex.
But now... I get greedier and greedier.
It makes me crazy...
How fickle a human mind!
I really thank the doctor who made my nose so naturally pretty.
I wonder what it could be to be ‘born again’ but now I live feeling it. Thank you for all, GIO.