Nano-Needle brows are a semi-permanent make-up technique, and are created using a tiny flexible needle (a similar width to an acupuncture needle) to tattoo tiny â€˜hair strokesâ€™ onto your skin. But unlike traditional tattoos that use ink, a unique hypo-allergenic pigment blend is used instead to work in harmony with your skin tone, hair colour and natural brow hair.The Nano Brow Pigmentation features a super fine, flexible needle designed to create natural looking hair strokes - that last longer. The Nano Brow technique is done with a digital machine. With the Nano Brow needle and our revolutionized machine technology in micropigmentation - you can create hair strokes that are almost virtually the same 3D effect as microblading but without reinforcing or worrying about the strokes blurring.The Nano Needle 0.18mm paired with our method of implanting pigment with our machine into the brow area is a much more precise process. The very tip of the needle is dipped into the pigment and the vibration pulls the pigment into the cartridge. It is then dispensed gradually down the needle and into the skin to create flawless hair strokes and a beautiful, natural looking brow.Hair strokes implanted with the Nano Brow needle last longer and should only require a colour boost after a year. However your new Nano Brows can last up to 5 years.
Nano Needle creates a more fine detailed 3D effect , also at the follow up appointment it is easier to target tiny little areas with one fine needle compared to multiple needles of microblading. Nano needle brows are created with one single needle and a permanent makeup device. Similar to a conventional tattoo machine (although nowhere near as intense or painful!), the device is then used to provide controlled movement as it dispenses pigment into the skin.
Generally speaking, both microblading and nano needling will give a similar end result. That being said, there are a few differences that you’ll want to consider. You’ll get a more effective result from nano needling as the procedure involves less trauma to the skin. With microblading, the pins used to create the blade shape for microblading are more rigid than the flexible and fine ones used for nano needling. Nano needling also comes with the benefits of offering a more natural and crisp result, with less risks of the pigment being implanted too deep. Basically, see nano needling as microblading but with more precision and accuracy. Price wise, microblading is the least expensive option and usually available for $100-$200 less than nano needle brows. However, while the results of your microblading procedure can be expected to last between 12 to 18 months, the results of a nano needling can last up far longer – up to three years with touch-up sessions. It’s important for you to do your own research to figure out which option is best for you in terms of what you’re looking for. If you need any assistance, get in touch with our team and we’d be honoured to share our insights with you.
It’s important to see microblading and nano needling as an art form. Etching eyebrow hairs in one by one is not something that can, or should, be rushed. Procedures for both embroidery techniques usually last around three hours and that includes the drawing, measuring, and preparing for the eyebrows that you’ve always dreamed of.
Everyone is different, and you will notice quite a few changes as you heal. It’s totally normal to see a bit of scabbing and flaking for the first ten days. Your eyebrows should be completely healed and to have settled into their colour after around four weeks.
Like we say, it’s important to do your research beforehand to ensure you get the right procedure for you. If it helps, find some photos of people with your ultimate “eyebrow goals” and show them to your technician to explain just what you want.
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