Please take care of the position of the noseband, the flat nosebone is delicate and a noseband of any sort near or on where the bone splits is painful as it can easily fracture/move from pressure on it! It would do much better a bit higher up on the horses nose :) I wouldnt want anyone to unintentionally harm their horse when the situation is fixable.
Please, please, please actually research your facts before you reblog my picture. And for goodness sake, don’t use tumblr as a source of information. I’ve seen the post floating around with the horse skull and a bitless bridle. I have been expecting an inexperienced person eventually to try to inform me of my noseband being in the wrong spot. That post is a very inaccurate representation of bridle fit, and anatomically incorrect. Though I’m sure the original poster’s heart was in the right place.
The noseband of my bridle is fitted properly, as per instructions of the actual designer, as well as anatomy. It is actually slightly high. I have studied equine anatomy for the better part of a decade, and I am certainly no expert on the matter, but I guarantee you that the noseband is not sitting on delicate bone, cartilage, or any other easily damaged tissue.