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The Hana Tsun Nose Straightener Might Just Make You Re-think that Nose Job

by Hazel Chua
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People are always complaining about a certain feature or body part of theirs that they wish they could change, like their nose, for example. There are few things that plastic surgery can’t fix these days, but I think it might be a good idea to check these Japanese beauty enhancers and facial exercisers before you go under the knife: the Eye Slack Haruka, the Rhythm Slim Chin Exerciser, the Face Slimmer Mouthpiece, and the Smile Lines Face Belt.

Now the newest facial contraption is the Hana Tsun Nose Straightener. I think it’s pretty obvious what this one does: straighten up your crooked nose – while making you look ridiculous in the process.

Hana Tsun Nose Straightener

From the looks of things, it seems like the nose straightener can clear up your nasal passages in the process of fixing your nose, since it looks like you might have to stick two silicone prongs into your nostrils.

Hana Tsun Nose Straightener

Two clips at the side also serve to make sure that your nose gets fully straightened. As usual, there are no indications or proof that this contraption will work. You might just have to take a chance and see if it works or not. Or not.

The Hana Tsun Nose Straightener is available from the Japan Trend Shop for the rather astounding price of $61 (USD).

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