Rhinoplasty for a man aims for an entirely different objective than that for a woman. The masculine features of a nasal hump and strong nasal tip should not be entirely removed. Like for Middle Eastern noses (regardless of gender), the nasal profile (i.e., bridge height) should be kept strong and high. Even leaving a bit of a hump (in this case the bridge was brought straight) could be considered as a viable option. Less is truly more when working with the male patient, who should be discouraged from creating too fine a nose, that could be read as being too feminine in nature.