The nano blading technique uses a nano needle and motored device to deposit pigment into the skin. Nano Brows take significantly longer to create than Microbladed Brows, Nano strokes have a greater rate of remaining crisp and clear over time which makes it ideal for oily skin types that cannot retain Microbladed strokes.
Much like Microblading, Nano Brows produce a natural looking hair stroke brow that mimics a real brow. By using a mechanical device that holds a single super fine needle, there is greater precision with an overall finer appearance. This means that a clinician can create a very natural and precise brow that is almost identical to normal hair growth.
DO NANO BROWS HURT?
As a sharp needle is being used, there is some discomfort when having the treatment. Much like waxing and tweezing, the area around the brow is easily made sore and tender. In an attempt to minimise discomfort, we use an anaesthetic topical cream over the area prior to the treatment, however as the treatment duration is fairly long, there can be more discomfort towards the end of the procedure.
WHAT IS THE AFTER CARE ADVICE FOR NANO BROWS ?
There are no medical requirements for after care, however we do have some suggestions to improve the healing process of your brows. We would advise you to avoid any exercise or activities that involve swimming or sweating, as this can damage the final result. We also advise avoiding any creams or makeup around the area to avoid infection as the surface of the skin will be open to bacteria.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MICROBLADING & NANO BROWS?
While both techniques recreate & replicate hair strokes; A Microbladed Brow uses a hand tool to implant pigment into the first layer of skin and a Nano Brow involves use of single microneedle is connected to a Permanent Makeup device to implant pigment into the second layer of skin.