Are you overly concerned about camera angles because you are self conscious about your chin? Maybe you have the dreaded double chin, or you feel disproportioned when it comes to your profile. Stop hiding from the camera and get the confidence you never thought was possible.
Fat accumulation beneath the jawline can result in the appearance of a “double chin.” Despite diet and exercise, or even being naturally thin, a double chin can happen to men and women.
A recessed chin occurs when the tip of your chin sits further back from the vertical plane of your lower lip, sending your chin back towards your neck.
Loose jowls are excess skin below the jawline. Unlike the double chin, loose jowls are not an accumulation of fat, but instead loose skin.
When neck muscles begin to weaken and skin loses elasticity, the result is an unflattering collection of droopy skin that reflects the neck of a turkey.
Soft and rounded angles of the chin can result in a weak jawline. Although this is often a genetic condition, aging also plays a role as bones, like skin, degenerate overtime.
If you have enlarged pores and a rough skin texture on the chin that resembles an orange peel, you may have orange peel chin. Though often genetic, other factors can contribute to this condition.