Insecure About Jawline

posted 1 month ago in The Lounge
Post # 16
551 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2016

Girl, I have almost the same problem. I am really petite, so sometimes from certain angles my jaw looks good, but other times I feel like it looks like my neck has swallowed my chin. So I get it. Definitely work with your photographer on good angles that you are comfortable with. I can’t speak to the fillers or anything, but everyone deserves to feel beautiful, especially on their wedding day!

Post # 17
2111 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2017

patchm :  I think you might be a bit dysmorphic because I think your chin and jaw look pretty normal/average. 

Post # 18
126 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2017

Dermal fillers would be an easy fix! I got them for the first time for the bridge of my nose and wish I had found them sooner.

Post # 19
2154 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: January 2017

Agree with PP, get dermal fillers!

Post # 20
228 posts
Helper bee

I have the same jawline as you!  Honestly, I never noticed it until several years ago when I was watching a plastic surgery show and this girl came in for a nose job and during the consultation the doctor suggested a chin implant because she had a “strong nose and a weak chin” and something clicked in my head and I realized that was exactly the same insecurity I had with my own face!  

I’ve never had anything done for it, but I realized that in photos (especially profiles) i can stick my jaw forward a bit (basically bite down so my front teeth are touching but my back teeth are not) and it gives the illusion that my face is a bit more balanced.  I did this in some of our wedding/engagement photos and it made me feel a ton less insecure about my face. Try it!  

Post # 22
1219 posts
Bumble bee

patchm :  Having a round face isn’t bad. And I don’t think fixing your jaw would change that. Having a round face makes people look younger. Wear your hair however you want.

Post # 23
4924 posts
Honey bee

patchm :  I have a similar profile to you and so I understand your feelings even though it is totally a normal face! I make an effort to smile in photos so it’s less noticeable and avoid profile shots. A slight angle towards the camera gives the illusion that I have a chin lol. 

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