Tag: nose thread lift

The Lowdown on Nose Thread Lifts – What Some Doctors Don’t Tell You Before Your Lunchtime Nose Job.

At the age of 16, Chloe was already dreaming of a rhinoplasty because she was tired of feeling ugly after years of dealing with unkind comments about her flat and broad Asian nose. Now 25, she has decided it is time to explore procedures that will enhance the appearance of her nose. Chloe, Continue Reading

5 Things Models Will Not Use on Their Faces

When it comes to their faces, a model’s face is literally her fortune. That’s why they will go to great lengths to ensure their number one assets are primed, prepped and ready every day. We speak to models in the industry on what they will not ever put on their faces Read more: 5 Continue Reading

All You Need to Know About a Non-Surgical Nose Job

When it comes to enhancement of the nose, there are essentially two options— surgical and non-surgical. If you are opting for the surgical route, you are talking about rhinoplasty. Rhinoplasty is surgery to reshape the nose. It can make the nose larger or smaller; change the angle of the nose in relation to Continue Reading

3D Nose Lift: All You Need to Know

I speak to Dr Low Chai Ling, Medical Director of The Sloane Clinic to give us the highlights and lowdowns on non-invasive aesthetic treatments for the nose. Short of going under the knife, Nose fillers and Nose Threadlifts have been making waves on the aesthetic forefront. Achieving a more defined and attractive nose is Continue Reading

Lunchtime ‘Rhinoplasty’ — now a possibility with Nose Thread Lifts and Fillers

  Many Asian women must have at one point or other in their lives dreamed of a sharper nose. It’s not secret that when it comes to our noses, Asian women have fallen short on the genetic lottery. Naturally broad-based with flatter nose bridge than our Western counterparts, it’s no wonder that surgical Continue Reading

My Quest for a Sharper Nose without Surgery

Though my nose is perfectly straight and sits well proportioned on my face, the somewhat bovine curve at the bottom bothered me. Not the curve, per se, but a childhood memory related to it. When I was about six, my mother casually mentioned my nose looked like Miss Piggy’s—which, in itself, is not Continue Reading