Feminizing facial surgery (FFS) is a term that encompasses a range of procedures that feminize the male face. However, there are a number of anatomical differences between male and female faces and skulls. The male face is larger, squarer and with sharper angles than the female. The nose in the male is larger and has a pronounced nose bridge. The female face is smaller, more oval, often heart-shaped and has softer lines. The eye sockets are larger and the eyebrows are placed higher and the highest point is more towards the lateral third.