What is the difference between Nano Brows and Microblading
Micro blading is a technique done by a hand tool with a row of tiny needles gathered in a blade form, in which pigment is deposited into the superficial epidermal layer by slicing the skin. This technique is better suited for normal to dry skin types.
Nano brows is a technique done by an ultra fine needle, that smoothly penetrates the skin without cutting or slicing. This technique is great for all skin types.
Micro blading is more traumatizing and may have mild bleeding.
Nano brows is less traumatizing, has less discomfort and no bleeding
Micro blading will look its best in the first 3 days, hairline strokes will appear thin and crisp. After peeling, strokes will be thicker, more
blurred and the color will appear more ashy. Complete healing takes up to 4-8 weeks and up to 3 touch up appointments may be needed for optimal results.
Nano brows will appear darker and thicker in the first 3 days (30% darker than the final result), after peeling, strokes become lighter and softer. The color heals less ashy and more close to natural eyebrow hair color. Complete healing takes up to 4-8 weeks. Hairline strokes will appear thin and crisp similar to natural eyebrow hair. This procedure lasts longer and less touch ups are likely