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Face Feminisation Using Fillers!

Ellie Taylor
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When you glance in the mirror, you’re not the only one who wishes for a more feminine appearance. Many people can’t pinpoint why their features don’t appear feminine enough. If you feel like you’re losing the trademark “feminine” features that were more obvious when you were younger, it’s not your imagination.

Some people’s faces can take on a “hard” appearance due to ageing or simply genetics. This is sometimes associated with a more manly appearance.

How To Feminise Your Face Without Surgery

Many people are frustrated because they see their feminine features deteriorating with age every time they look in the mirror.

Dermal fillers are an excellent way to counteract the effects of ageing. On the other hand, younger patients frequently employ dermal fillers to make their faces appear more feminine. This can be a simple semi-permanent option to reconstructive surgery for things like a prominent forehead, hidden upper lip, or squared jaw

If you’d like to reshape your whole face with dermal fillers, you can read more about this process here.

What Makes a Face Appear Less Feminine?

It’s difficult to pin down what a feminine face looks like. Patients, on the other hand, frequently make the same requests regarding face traits. Here’s an overview of some of the most common concerns among patients who want a more feminine appearance:

  • A wide or prominent forehead
  • Double chin(s)
  • A square jaw
  • Sunken cheeks or eyes
  • Thin lips

Due to the loss of collagen and elastin, features might become harsher as we age. Adding volume and contouring in the proper places might help to soften some of the harshness you see in the mirror.

A loss in fat pads beneath the skin might also eliminate the rounded, youthful appearance that our features had when we were younger. Loose skin can give the appearance of a double chin or jowls, making a face appear less feminine.

How To Feminise Your Face

Fillers can be used to soften and round out specific areas of the face. The idea is to use careful contouring and softening techniques to bring elements together.

When treating droopiness or volume loss, injecting dermal fillers into a single area of the face can be useful. Facial feminisation using fillers, on the other hand, is unique in that it often focuses on allowing rejuvenated features to work together to give a more feminine appearance. It’s just a matter of getting things to “add up.”

When it comes to making your features appear more feminine, though, utilising a “whole-face” technique usually yields the best results.

Using Dermal Fillers To Feminise The Face

The forehead and temples are frequently contoured first. This gives the appearance of a slight, non-surgical face contouring. Injections in the forehead also help to elevate the brows, giving you a more alert, cheerful face. One of the simplest ways to sculpt a more feminine appearance is to use dermal fillers to create a more pronounced brow arch.

Fillers are then injected around the eyes to reduce wrinkles or shadows that cause a permanent “scowl.” When combined with arch-lifting fillers, this results in a very fresh-faced appearance.

Lifting and strategically projecting the cheeks helps to draw out buried or deflated cheekbones. Different injection techniques are used to generate a very natural, authentic form in the upper and lower cheek areas.

Finally, dermal fillers can help you remodel your chin. A triangular chin can be provided to a squared chin. A double chin can also be tightened with fillers.

This is an example of what a complete “facial feminisation” might entail. Dermal fillers can also be used to target a specific area of the face for correction. For example, a person concerned that a flat brow line is giving them a more masculine appearance may only benefit from fillers that reconstruct the brow arch.

Discover our dermal fillers aftercare blog here.

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