A septum piercing is done between the partitions of the nostrils in the centre, below the common cartilage. It has been said by many that this piercing can be effectively concealed by flipping it inwards. If the jewelry used for the septum piercing is in a horse shoe shape, then it is fairly easy to turn it up inside the nose. This hides the piercing completely and from the outside the nose looks normal. The comfort level of flipping it inside also depends as to how big the gauge balls are of the jewelry used for piercing. Whether doing so feels weird or not is up to the individual. Most people have said that though it feels "funny" at first, it most certainly isn't painful, whether you are twisting it up or down.