I just don't like one part of my face,But no I won't do anything about it because 1) I'm against plastic surgery 2)and accept myself the way I am
Are you happy with your face? If not what are doing about "Fixing" what you consider wrong? What happens if you can't "Fix" your face?
Just look at this face.............it's perfect and has nothing to fix!!!
I grew a beard. Mrs Didge said it covers a multitude of chins. Er, sins.
I just kinda gave up on my face...after all, I don't have to look at it... So whatever it does is okay with me...
I kinda like my face, I wouldn't change anything....I'd rather grow old-er gracefully than look plastic!
Have a high forehead / hairline so I've been forced to wear bangs all my life so as to soften the look- the pulled back look does not work for me at all, unfortunately. So I learned at a young age to cut bangs myself. On the other hand I have nice almond-shaped eyes. We maybe ought to ask next "What do you like about your face"?
I wish my nose bridge was a lil taller, and no dark circles. Not gonna get surgery though; I'm not even insecure about it to the point I want to contour with makeup! And I should get some more sleep, because my dark circles aren't genetic!
The only thing I'd change about me is my skin colour. I look paler than a vampire.
Eh.. I don't get enough sleep. So I have bags under my eyes that I don't like. Other than that I that, I like it.
Yes, I am quite content with my face. When I had acne, I probably didn't like it too much, but I haven't had acne in years, so I can't think of anything I'd like to change about it now. I can't exactly say the same for other parts of my body, but my face has always served me well ;)
I've been told and I know I have a "baby-face", which really isn't a problem. It just means I'm going to get ID'd well into my 30s haha. I've had problems its my nose recently though. I got it pierced on a whim today though and I think I like it a little bit more now
I don't like my nose.
I have small eyes, always have dark bags that I've long given up on trying to get rid of, and my face is naturally round. Honestly, I don't care what it looks like, but I would change it if I could without plastic surgery or spending more than $20.
But my least favourite part of my face is that I have a deep dimple in my left cheek when I smile and it is a continuous source of entertainment for those close to me.