While aesthetic treatment options might be focused around the anti-ageing benefits, such as reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, they can also be used effectively to reshape the face. And this is something that an increasing number of men are taking advantage of, to enhance masculine features. Here at The Skin and Wellbeing Clinic, we are Preston’s leading aesthetic practitioners. We offer a range of services and treatments, including a variety of dermal filler options, as well as anti-wrinkle treatments and chemical peels. As a result, we have produced this guide to everything you should know about using dermal fillers to enhance masculine features.
The rise of masculinisation fillers
Over recent years, there has been a sharp rise in the number of men opting for aesthetic treatments, like dermal fillers. And for the vast majority, the overall aim of these treatments is to enhance the masculine facial features. So what are these features? Well, these include:
- low, flat brows with a ridge above them
- strong, high cheekbones with flattened cheeks
- a square, visible jawline
- a pronounced chin
While these features have always been something that defined attractiveness and masculinity in facial features, the rise of facial filters across social media has really emphasized these features, increasing demand for dermal filler treatments. While dermal fillers can be the perfect solution, it’s important to remember that these are not permanent, and you will need top up treatment between 3 to 6 moths later, depending on your metabolism.
What are the different dermal filler options for enhancing masculine features?
There are a number of different dermal filler options available that can enhance and shape the facial features associated with masculinity. These include:
- Chin filler
- Jaw filler
- Cheek filler
A strong and pronounced chin is a key factor of a masculine face, and this can be achieved by reshaping and sculpting the area with dermal fillers. This involves injecting hyaluronic acid into the tissue, to add volume to very specific zones, based on your individual facial structure and shape.
Alongside a pronounced chin, a strong or well defined jawline is also an important factor. By combining chin and jaw fillers, the entire lower part of the face can be restructured to define the jawline, and emphasize this, while still allowing the chin to stand out. The jaw fillers increase volume in a subtle way, which can then tighten skin around the jaw, to create a chiseled jawline.
For masculine features, the cheek bones tend to be higher, and the cheeks flat. This contrasts with the usual use for cheek fillers, which is to add volume, creating a more feminine look. However, with the right professionals, like us here at The Skin and Wellbeing Clinic, you can achieve the perfect masculine result. This involves using small amounts of dermal filler to add to the height of the cheekbones, without over rounding these.
For more information or advice, get in touch with the team today here at The Skin and Wellbeing Clinic.