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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between Microblading and Nanobrows?

Both are considered semi-permanent cosmetic makeup procedures or pmu. Both are the process of implanting semi-permanent pigment into the upper layers of the epidermis or skin. With experience, both can be used to create beautiful hairstrokes and/or shading. Microblading is done mostly using a manual tool and blade(s) that slice into the skin. Nanobrows uses a needle machine to deposit defined droplets, which is much less trauma to the skin.

Does the Nanobrows procedure hurt?

The first pass may be a little uncomfortable, but not necessarily painful. Consider, each person has a different tolerance level. Numbing is used to make this a pleasant experience.

How long do Nanobrows last?

Depending on factors such as avoiding lengthy sun exposure and avoiding skin lighteners, it can last on average 1.5 – 3 years or more.

Tips for the best result?

Pre-Treatment care is important and will be provided. Also, an experienced technician with understanding of needle depth/radius, pigment composition and skin knowledge is critical.

What is the healing process?

Downtime is minimal, if any. Immediately following the procedure there may be slight swelling and redness/tenderness to the area. Most people return to normal activity right away other than the exception of keeping the area clean and dry. On average, the entire healing process lasts 7-10 days. Specific aftercare instructions are provided at the end of the procedure.

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