Nanoblading: the new trend that takes microblading one step beyond Nanoblading: the new trend that takes microblading one step beyond

Nanoblading: the new trend that takes microblading one step beyond

Nanoblading is another form of brow tattoo, but there are some differences with the well-known microblading. 

At this point, you are probably familiar with microblading, which is a process that uses a handheld device with several needles to insert pigment under your skin that resembles tiny hair.

 

"Nanobrows, also called hair-stroke brow tattooing, is a precise technique that has a similar result to microblading, although it is done using a digital device/tattoo machine and a single needle," Shaughnessy Otsuji, owner and restorative tattoo artist at Studio Sashiko, told Popsugar.

Nanoblading "can be beneficial for those who are wanting a natural-looking brow but have thick, textured, or oily skin," Otsuji added.

"The design of the tool used with nano brows tends to cause less trauma to the skin and allows for more precise pressure and controlled movement to create crisp hair strokes," Otsuji explains.

"With Microblading, the procedure is slightly more invasive as the tool has a blade that cuts into the skin—due to this, the skill level of the artist become slightly more important towards achieving a natural-looking result."

As for the duration, "Nano brows can have slightly longer-lasting results than microblading due to the depth the pigment is implanted into the skin," said Otsuji.

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