Try to grow mustache to hide philtrum

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I will try to grow a mustache to hide my philtrum. Is it a good idea?
Should i do lip lift when I‘ll will have the money?
we are not in 1930s, moustache alone look stupid, thus you need a beard too
 
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It will took very long for me to grow a beard.
Maybe 2-3 years
just use minoxidil to make it faster.
how old are you? if you are over 20 years old you may use YK-11 (artificial DHT) or steroids to grow more facial hair
 
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just use minoxidil to make it faster.
how old are you? if you are over 20 years old you may use YK-11 (artificial DHT) or steroids to grow more facial hair
I just turned 20
 
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not sure if itll work. Aside from the length and narrowness of mouth, the actual worst part of your philtrum is the connection to the nose. Some surgery (dunno which one for that) that separates your philtrum visually from your nose would do wonders
 
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not sure if itll work. Aside from the length and narrowness of mouth, the actual worst part of your philtrum is the connection to the nose. Some surgery (dunno which one for that) that separates your philtrum visually from your nose would do wonders
What do you mean? I thought the philtrum has to be connected with the nose
 
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What do you mean? I thought the philtrum has to be connected with the nose
yes but there's a visible bridge with a positive projection in relation to the rest of the upper lip, which looks quite bad and is a trait associated with fetal alochol syndrome
 
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yes but there's a visible bridge with a positive projection in relation to the rest of the upper lip, which looks quite bad and is a trait associated with fetal alochol syndrome
My mom never drunk alcohohl
Maybe it‘s because I was born 1 month to early?
yes but there's a visible bridge with a positive projection in relation to the rest of the upper lip, which looks quite bad and is a trait associated with fetal alochol syndrome
I just googled it and it say that if you have a fetal alcohol syndrom, you should have a complete flat philtrum. Or let‘s say, almost no philtrum.
 
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My mom never drunk alcohohl
Maybe it‘s because I was born 1 month to early?
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idk some people just have that feature from genetics too, that tissue rests on the lf1 suture of the maxilla so depending on development pattern in that area it can be more or less pronounced.

on you it looks bad in part because your philtrum is overly long as well
 
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brutal

idk some people just have that feature from genetics too, that tissue rests on the lf1 suture of the maxilla so depending on development pattern in that area it can be more or less pronounced.

on you it looks bad in part because your philtrum is overly long as well
Okay so maybe it has to do something with my maxilla.
 
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no, its soft tissue connection
ofc its not actually attached to bone but I think if you have very strong anteface lf2 & 3 projection with flat or retruded lf1 area that part of tissue gets overstretched between the bottom of the nose and the gums of your upper jaw which exasperates how bad it looks, not sure if op has this or not
 
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ofc its not actually attached to bone but I think if you have very strong anteface lf2 & 3 projection with flat or retruded lf1 area that part of tissue gets overstretched between the bottom of the nose and the gums of your upper jaw which exasperates how bad it looks, not sure if op has this or not
I dunno. Looks more like an "insertion" issue more than bone arrangement. what you say would cause some lip retrusion but to that portruded very specific area
 

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