A little known thought among patients considering nose jobs is the quality of their nasal skin. It is very important. If a patient has skin that is too thick (usually seen in men), the work done by the surgeon underneath will not show as well. The result is frequently a nose that looks the same as it did before surgery. On the other hand, a thin skinned nose (usually seen with women) may show too much of the rearranging underneath and make the nose look odd.
I would compare a thick skinned nose to someone lying on a bed under a thick quilt. You can’t see the outline of the body. A thin skinned nose is like someone that is lying under only a sheet-you can see everything. (Or maybe too much.)
So before you think about having a nose job, think about your skin. It makes a huge difference.