Actually, I'm pretty disappointed too. My septum has been pierced for a long time, since high school. But for some reason, in the 11th grade, I noticed that a couple more girls with the same type of piercing appeared at school.
1.Now everyone is trying to stand out, show their individuality.
2. Nowadays, piercing is treated much more restrained (when my mother had piercings in 2000, she was paid attention to much more often), even some actresses and models have piercings. So far, this is not an ordinary accessory like earrings, but people are no longer afraid that they will be fired from their jobs or condemned by acquaintances.
3. Mass culture influences piercing fashion.
4. Nowadays there are a lot of salons where you can get pierced under normal conditions without fear of infecting.
5. And one last thing. This is one of the most comfortable punctures on the face. Even if the earring gets tired, you can take it out and you won't see a scar, the puncture heals quickly. And if you want to wear an earring in everyday life, but there is a ban at work - it just pops into your nose in a couple of seconds, so some may never even see it.
In the canonical Bible: the prophet Ezekiel (lived ~ in 7-5 centuries BC), in chapter 16, verse 12 writes: And he gave you a RING ON your NOSE and earrings to your ears and on your head a beautiful crown ...
God gave this to His beloved. :)))
Every RIGHT Christian should understand that this practice is perfectly acceptable to US. :)
"Nasal septum piercing (septum) was common among many indigenous tribes in America and Alaska. The Aztecs, Maya and Inca pierced the septum (septum) and wore gold rings in the punctures, this practice has survived to this day among the Kuna people of Panama. "-Wikipedia.
In my opinion, from the buffoons who took the learned bears to the fairs with a ring in the nose through which a rope was pulled for obedience. Perhaps now the ring in the nose is a sign of obedience or masochism. Freudians can explain this better.