Most of the time, when people undergo rhinoplasty, also known as a nose job, they are looking to transition from a nose that has some quality they dislike to a "normal" look – one that does not stand out or have the "signature" of their plastic surgeon. Although the majority of people seeking a nose job want something low-profile, there are some trends that have emerged in recent years.
One trend that many people have chosen in the past is the "ski-slope bridge" look. This look is characterized by a bridge that is slightly concave with an upturned tip. People love this look because it recalls certain old Hollywood actresses and appears cute or feminine, but it might not be the best choice for men and does not flatter all women's features.
In recent years, people have more or less abandoned trends in favor of a more natural look. Before deciding on your plastic surgeon and your surgery, determine what you are looking for. Do you have a certain trend in mind? Do you only want a slight, conservative adjustment? Knowing the answers to these questions before you book your appointment will allow you to have the most satisfying experience.