Structured Nose

Nhan Phan

Shoreline, United States

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I had designed a layout for my structures in the nose. Easy to read and identify by colors and numbers to identify the structures.

1. Black
– Main skin tone over all.

2. Mauve
– This is the highlight of the skin for the forehead. It is lighter than the main skin tone.

3. Magenta
– Use couple shades lighter from the neon green number 4 and should be a little darker than the main skin tone which is number 1. So then with the shades of number 3, 4, 5, and 6 it would give a blend in structure look.

4. Neon Green
– Medium tone color. Couple shades lighter away from the red and darker than the magenta .

This shade evens out the look of the structured nose because they way it’s laid out middle top then bottom.

5. Red
– Main bridge of the nose
– Use a dark shade to structure it out because it is the main structure line for the top part.

6. Green
– Use couple shades lighter than the structure shade in number 4, and lighter than the 5 which is red.

The light hits it so it should be lighter since it’s on top.

7. Blue
– This shade should be a little darker than the magenta and the green on number 3 and 6, but lighter than the neon green which is number 4 because you don’t want to bring out the middle structure too much or else the structure of the nose look straight down as a line which doesn’t look that natural. You want it to blend in, plus with the lighting you don’t see it as much anyways. It should be a barely there look.

8. Pink
– This shade is a little darker than the main skin tone.

9. Purple
– This shade should be a little darker than the white on number 10, so it blends right down as you look at it.

10. White
– This shade is a little darker than number 8. It should be barely there. Just enough structure so you know the form of the structured nose being there.

11. Yellow
– This is the main structure for the bottom of the nose. It should be dark.

I don’t want the middle of the nose to show up much that is why I use a lighter shade than the top part of the nose. It wouldn’t look that natural to me when viewing. It would look too much of a line going down, which to me doesn’t look that good in my point a view.

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