What is Nanoblading 3D for eyebrows?
Nanoblading Nanocolor Infusion is a new treatment that uses ultra-fine nano needles which can actually mimic the diameter and dimension of a real hair in the skin.
If microblading looks too ultra-perfect or slightly too 3D for your liking, then nanoblading is your best bet for achieving a more convincingly soft and more realistic natural look.
NanoColor infusion fine pigments, along our exclusive disposable pen, featuring the finest line of fine medical grade needle, dispenses pigment underneath the skin that creates the most realistic fine hair strokes, that looks like real hair growing from the skin.
What happens during eyebrow nanoblading?
First and most important is the shape design, please keep it simple we are enhancing, correcting the asymmetries and going for a youthful look, rather than a trendy look. You all have heard by now that eyebrows are sisters not twins, so it’s never good to over correct and scarify natural brow hair.
Before we start, I make sure that you are totally comfortable and happy with the shape, before beginning on your brows. The final shape should complement your style and life style, boost your youth, that gets you lots of compliment, yet no one know why you look so fresh.
The color of the pigment depends on a number of factors including being a great match for your skin tone or existing eyebrow hair.
'The pigment is then dispensed gradually down the needles and into the skin to create flawless hair strokes and a beautiful, natural looking brow, that almost feels as if you could brush them.
Each client’s skin will respond differently, both in the length of time it takes to heal, and the number of sessions needed for your desired results and color retention. This information acts as a guideline only, and we cannot guarantee your results.
How long does it last?
This varies from person to person depending on the client’s skin, lifestyle and health condition. Nanocolor infusion is considered semi-permanent and will fade over time. Nanobladed eyebrows last from 1 to 3 years, with expected gradual fading. If your skin is oily, your result may appear more powdery and will most likely need a refresher. The constant production of oil will cause the hair strokes to heal with a diffused and powdery look. Please note that final results varies from one person to another and Cannot be guaranteed as each client's skin type will respond differently in healing time, color retention and number of sessions needed for desired results. Following aftercare instruction is imperative, for best results.
Does it hurt?
Pain tolerance varies from person to person. We use a medical grade topical anesthetic for numbing the treated area before and during your procedure to make you feel comfortable and pain free as possible.at the most clients have reported, the pain level from uncomfortable, but completely tolerable to painless and easy.
When should I get a touch up? How many treatments are needed?
Nanoblading requires a minimum of two treatments (initial procedure and a complementary follow-up) at least 6-8 weeks apart to allow for the healing process to complete. Please note that the frequency of touch-ups depends on various factors. Final results cannot be guaranteed as each skin type heals differently and pigment break down at different rates.