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Everything You Need to Know About Nanoblading and Its Benefits


Microblading has been refined into nanoblading. We employ a single-needle equipment called the nanoneedle machine, which works similarly to a tattoo machine but injects pigments into the epidermis with an extremely fine needle. The nanoneedle is as flexible as hair and as thin as a strand of hair. Because the thin strokes are indistinguishable from genuine hairs, some artists refer to it as 3D micro brows. 0.18mm is the most frequent thickness.


What Is The Process?


The needle's very tip, which has an extremely small circumference, is then dipped in pigment. The pigment's color is determined by a variety of factors, including a good match for your skin tone and a hue that is similar to your natural hair color.


The pigment is then gradually poured down the needles and into the skin, resulting in immaculate hair strokes and a lovely, natural-looking brow.


Is it a painful experience?


Nanoblading is not unpleasant; nevertheless, the process can be a little uncomfortable, though not unbearable, and the results are worth it, lasting up to three years depending on your skin type and lifestyle.


Each stroke is distinct and thin with Nanoblading, so they blend in better with natural brows, and we may adjust the arch with greater precision. People with thin brow hairs and customers with alopecia who have no brow hairs seem more natural with nanoblading. Because small strokes are more resilient, nanobrows are better for clients with oily skin and big pores.


Conclusion


Nanoblading has a slew of potential brow advantages. Do you plan on getting one? Feel free to email me, Sumiko Lui, at info@pmu-lashes-aesthetics.com or book your appointments here.

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