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?

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Fortis Paradise Profile
Fortis Paradise answered

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

Didge Doo Profile
Didge Doo answered

I grew a beard. Mrs Didge said it covers a multitude of chins. Er, sins.

Angela Anthony Profile
Angela Anthony answered

I kinda like my face, I wouldn't change anything....I'd rather grow old-er gracefully than look plastic!

Linilla Schmidt Profile
Linilla Schmidt answered

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"?

star gazing Profile
star gazing answered

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!

PJ Stein Profile
PJ Stein answered

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.

Levi F. Profile
Levi F. answered

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 ;)

Abigail Connor Profile
Abigail Connor answered

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

Tris Fray Potter Profile

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.

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