Endy: So we went in and I got it done on my right nostril and I had that one for a few months. Going back to school after that was kind of hard because I wasn't allowed to have piercings in my face even though plenty of my other colleagues and students had their own piercings but no one really said anything to them but they said stuff to me so I switched my jewelry constantly because I was always getting in trouble and always getting stopped for it so I went from retainers to the screw-on types at the end. It's like the elbow-shaped to the nose bone with little balls at the end. I have worned every type of jewelry around that time, and I think eventually, it got really irritated and I got this ugly keloid bump on it so I took the joy out and let it close up and then it wasn't until the very next year that I eventually got my nose repierced on the other side when I was around 17 and that's the piercing that I've had this entire time since then. So it's going on 10 years with my nose pierced on the left side now. In around 17, I got both my helix and belly button pierced at this shop in Houston, that's where I'm from. They were notorious for doing really cheap piercings, two for $25 & two for $30 deals and I went there with my mom again, and yeah, it was a really awkward experience because I originally asked to have my conch done, and instead, they did my helix and I also got my bellybutton pierced and when I was in my belly button pierced, I was standing up for it. I suppose that it was just like a flash piercing place and they just wanted to get people in and out really quickly so they had me stand up for that which was very, very hard and very difficult and it hurt really, really bad but I just wanted to get it done. I was young, I wasn't thinking, of course now that I'm older and more experienced, I would be like, can I place it down for this or laid out. So before I went to college, and I was about 18 or 19, I got dermals under my collarbones. Those are really cool. Those are probably one of my favorite piercings. They looked great. They end up rejecting once I got to school, it was probably from distress and the lack of proper aftercare, which we'll probably talk about. Well, we will definitely talk about in another episode. I wasn't really taking care of them properly so they started to reject. One came out and then it was just awkward to just have one. There is a place, obviously a place where everyone belong so I just kind of let the other one reject and take that one out. After that, when I dropped out of college, I got my nipples pierced and it was the first piercing that I didn't really tell my mother about. So for me, that was kind of solidifying my adulthood and just me doing something for myself. All my piercings were for myself, but this time I didn't really involve her in the process with telling her, letting her know, I just had them randomly and those are great. The healing was okay, the piercing hurt really bad and I probably would still have them and if it wasn't for some reason, every time I drink fireball, I would lose a piercing so, one night I drink it and one came out and it was again with the dermals. It's weird to just have one which is obviously supposed to be two or I didn't really like the idea of having one so I took it out and let that close up and I hadn't really thought about getting them repierced. I didn't get pierced for years after that. Not because I didn't like them, I just didn't really feel the need to until I started working here. I started working here and I realized how much I really want to get my philtrum done and once I start working at a piercing store, I was like, "Oh, this is a possibility for me now" I can actually get this really cute, girly fun piercing that I've always thought would look adorable on me and so I finally did it and now I have it. I don't have any plans to get any more facial piercings, but I do want to get my ear pierced, both ears. I want more piercings other than the helix and the lobes that I have. So those are going to be in my feature and I'm not really sure about getting anything else done yet.