Your nose consists of bone, cartilage and skin which is covered with tissue. It develops gradually from birth until you reach 20 years old and it is always the same unless some external impacts make it change.
The shape and size of your nose are determined by your genes. These genes determine how much cartilage you have and what the lining of your nose looks like.
As your teen years progress, the cells that form the cartilage in your nose begin to multiply and grow. As you enter your 20s and 30s, the cartilage in your nose begins to change.
These changes don’t last forever and your nose will return to its normal size. Pregnancy hormones can also affect your nose during pregnancy, causing it to become large and bulbous.
Nose can be enlarged with cosmetic surgery, called rhinoplasty. This procedure aims to reshape the nose to achieve facial harmony and balance.
It’s a popular cosmetic surgery that lots of celebrities choose to have. However, the recovery can be lengthy.
There are some simple ways you can do to make your nose smaller, if you want to reduce it permanently without makeup or surgery. Among them, you can try doing exercises that target the muscles in your nose.