>a little tubby, working on it
>bulbous roman nose (i don't think the shape bothers me just the width of it )
I feel as if I'd be able to go out more if my nose was fixed, but I have no money
this is true, OP.
However, later on, you CAN get a nose-job. But go subtle, you don't want to took entirely different. Don't let people make you feel like you're going to go down the rabbit-hole of neverending plastic surgery. It is possible to just dislike one thing, and tweak it a bit. It'll probably be a huge confidence boost.
Mind posting a pic so we can give you an honest opinion on whether or not you're being crazy?
uhhhhh nevermind me saying
You seem to have deeper issues. It'd be fine if you just wanted to change something that just always bothered you, but your mentality seems to scream you ARE the type to go down a rabbithole of turning yourself into a creepy barbie.
"the way the world works"? Cmon now.
Attractiveness isn't defined just by a nose.
An overall healthy body, hygiene, good smile, nice clothes are way more attractive than a perfect nose.Also confidence, politeness, humour and charme are way more attractive than a perfect body.
My ex boyfriend had a badly crooked nose and he got hit on all the time.
no, but I'm just saying, from your comments, your general outlook on the situation seems to be skewed.
"Attractive people get more out of life"
it seems like you think this nosejob will fix your life for you. or that you just put too much stock into shit like this in general. THAT'S my concern.
Who cares, you most likely won't be able to afford the best plastic surgeon ever like ScarJo, so you'll end up with even uglier nose and then you'll try to get it fixed and they will damage your face even more and you will get depressed and kill yourself
I say go for it, fattie.
If you are so worried about your nose learn how to contour. I have a small, bulbous nose and with the right amount of contouring my nose looks less bulbous.
Honestly, no one notices your nose. Don't worry about it too much.
You might be able to finance rhinoplasty with CareCredit if you're in the US, and there are probably similar options available. Do some research, see what the plastic surgeons in your region take. If it really bothers you that much, explore the options.
You could also try using makeup to contour and minimize the appearance of your nose.
Chances are, though, your nose isn't really that terrible. I know the feeling of having a nose that's too big for the rest of the face, it sucks, but you're your own worst critic. A grand total of one person who wasn't me has said something negative to me about my nose, which is probably a good indication that I think it's much worse than it is.