Is there an ideal nose shape? How is it?Genel @en
A nose with its bone, cartilage, soft tissue and skin structure having a normal relation to its location, size, and ratio and which does not cause breathing problems nd most importantly which has an adequate unity with other organ nd/ r units forming the face is ideal that each person.
Ideals can not be standardized and everyone’s ideal is formed up with the location, adequacy and harmony of organs and tissues owned by genetic heritage. All idealized values nd criterions differ from time to time and between cultures. Thus, an ideal nose can not be evaluated singly nd only by measurements of nose and an ideal evaluation can only be acquired by adding organs nd lines of the face into the criterion. For this wholistic evaluation, we can use a car you like as an example. Just as an ideal wheel, headlight or steering wheel does not make a car ideal nd we look for a harmony of those ideal parts in a car, evaluation of an ideal nose is conducted by the harmony of all the organs of the face. In facial aesthetics, the statement explaining this situation the best is one for all, all for one. And that is the ideal.