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Hiding asymmetry

lltvyr

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Is there a way to hide facial asymmetry? With a haircut perhaps?
 

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One side of face bigger than the other, higher eye. Deviated nose also, but with this one should just go to a surgeon.
 

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Well, by putting the fringe somewhere, perhaps it is possible? Wearing piercings? Tailors should know a lot about this stuff.
 

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Any ideas? I got my brows evened and probably look better now. Earrings in both ears? Symmetrical haircut?

Or would adding more asymmetry with accesories and hair hide the skeletal asymmetry? Any artists here?
 

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lltvyr said:
One side of face bigger than the other, higher eye. Deviated nose also, but with this one should just go to a surgeon.

Apparently it's 'normal' to have one side slightly bigger than the other. Don't know how true that is tho. I have that now, it developed in my late teens after orthodontic treatment so could be to do with maxillary recession. 

It can be fixed with oral surgery fwiw.
 

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Surgery to fix assymetry it will be expensive and you will have to do several procedures to notice any real difference.
 
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