To make Fiennes' nose vanish entirely, it took some impressive work from the film's special effects team. Every time that Fiennes appeared in a shot, his nose had to be carefully edited out. After erasing his schnoz from the scene, the editors had to enhance the snakelike slits on Fiennes' face in every single frame.
It was shown that He-who-must-not-be-named used his pet snake's venom when he was reborn. Nagini was one of the 7 Horcruxes and he needed her venom to strengthen him because of the piece of his soul resting inside her. Hence, due to Nagini's venom, he loses his nose and gains his horrifying snakelike face.
By the time he created the Ravenclaw Diadem, his skin became blurred and waxy. When he killed the Potters, it was unknown what he looked like, though. But if we base appearances based on the movies, then Voldemort will STILL have a nose in PS/SS, meaning that he only lost his nose after GoF.
Splitting his own spirit into a total of eight fragments, Riddle created seven Horcruxes, one unintentionally and without his knowledge — Harry Potter. Abandoning his 'Muggle' name, he became the self-proclaimed Lord Voldemort, which was an anagram of his birth name.
The make up team on the Harry Potter films turned Ralph Fiennes into JK Rowling's sinister wizard using gelatin prosthetics, which created Voldemort's sunken eye sockets. They were helped by a smattering of CGI, which was used to remove Fiennes's nose and replace it with serpent-like slits.
Tom Riddle was very attached to the snake as they symbolizes Slytherin House. He wanted to flaunt everything and anything he can get to show he was an heir of Salazar Slytherin. In the HP Half Blood Prince the old memories showed he has the Tom Riddle face only but he was getting paler because he was making Horcruxes.
The most likely reason why Lord Voldemort's nose disappeared and he devolved into such an evil-looking creature is that as he dabbled deeper into the Dark Arts, his appearance gradually became as distorted as what remained of his twisted soul.
Well to look at it through the movies, if Wolverine didn't have another injury And no adamantium, he'd live to around 700 years old.
Third Year: 13–14 years of age. (This would be the equivalent of eighth grade.) Fourth Year: 14–15 years of age. (This would be the equivalent of the freshman year at high school.)