I can concur with working on the bump and perhaps getting the tip shaved. The reason why I said do not say a celeb nose is because many patients go to thair doc's office with a photo of a celebrity and say they want their nose. First and foremost, although the star may look good with said nose, who is to say it will work with the rest of the patient's appearance? It's an unrealistic expectation, that lets the patient down and can lead to a spiral of multiple surgeries, or even worse ... Body Dysmorphic Disorder ... worsened when surgery has already occurred. It is also to the docs' financial gain to pretend they can make Mary look like Queen Mary, so regardless of accreditation, if they are not out for the patient's best interest they will say, "Yes, I can make you look like Angelina ... with this tweak". Rubbish!
Personally I think your nostrils are fine. What do you mean "soften" them? Clarification would be most appreciated.