Is it safe to get Nano Brows?
Nano brows are a semi-permanent eyebrow tattoo that adds volume and definition to the brows by drawing fine hair strokes between the natural hairs. It is done with a machine that applies pigments to the skin’s surface layer, so it is not as deep as traditional tattooing.
The pigments are inserted in thin strokes that resemble brow hairs, resulting in a very natural look in which the strokes are indistinguishable from the hairs. Of course, the technique can be used to create brow arches from scratch for clients who lack hair due to medical conditions.
How Does the Procedure Work?
The following are the main steps in the nano brows procedure.
The first step is to schedule a consultation, which can be done ahead of time or on the day of the procedure. You will be informed about the procedure, its preparation, and aftercare, as well as what to expect during and after the procedure.
The artist will examine your skin and your medical history to ensure there are no contraindications. You will discuss the shape and color you desire, as well as perform a patch test to ensure that you are not allergic to the pigments.
The artist will draw the shape of your future brows and ask you if you like it. Speak up before it is too late – tell the artist if you are happy with them or if you would like them darker or lighter.
To relieve pain, a topical anesthetic is applied to the skin. It takes about 15-20 minutes for it to start working, and then the tattooing begins. Some artists outline before numbing so the cream does not smudge it; this is a personal preference.
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The artist uses an electric device to draw the hair strokes. They will probably do two passes to ensure that enough pigments are implanted.
6 to 8 weeks after your brows have healed from this, you must have a follow-up session, during which the artist adds pigment to any spots that may have healed lighter and makes any necessary corrections. You are done now, and you can finally enjoy your perfect arches.
Is having Nano Brows painful?
Although having a needle tattoo on your face does not sound appealing, Nano-blading is not painful. The pain is relieved by numbing cream, but some discomfort is unavoidable. You will most likely experience pressure and a pinching sensation.
You may experience tenderness after the anesthetic wears off after the treatment. Expect some redness and swelling, which will go away in a day or two.
Is it safe to use Nanobrows?
If done correctly, the Nano brow procedure is considered non-invasive and quite safe.
Pigment allergies are extremely rare, but they do occur. This possibility is eliminated by performing a patch test prior to the procedure. When the skin is opened, there is a risk of infection. Furthermore, any type of tattooing carries a minor risk of permanent scarring if the needle is inserted too deeply or the skin is overworked.
As a result, only certified, licensed, and experienced artists who work in sterile conditions should be trusted to perform the treatment. Never go to a self-taught, uncertified artist!