Updated: Jan 17
What is the difference between nano strokes and microblading?
Nanoblading is similar to microblading. The difference is that nanoblading uses a tiny-dots needle than microblading. Acccuracy and look improves because of the smaller needle, allowing for more natural looking results. A smaller needle also means less pain, swelling and bleeding.
The effect of strokes or microblading is now possible for all skin types. Unlike microblading that is only suitable to dry and normal skin, nanoblading can be done when you have oily skin.
Why? Rather than cutting or slicing your skin with a thin pen-like tool by hand with microblading, the machine injects a pigment into the skin by creating thousands of tiny dots. The hairstroke technique is the process of placing tiny individual hair-like strokes through pinpoint dots of colour pigment beneath the surface of the skin. Similar to shading but creating strokes.
HOW TO GET AN APPOINTMENT?
By sending us a message through our social media pages (Miss Derm). We will assess your current brows and schedule the nano machine procedure.
Procedure usually takes 3 hours.
WHEN DO YOU COME BACK FOR THE TOUCH-UP
You will come back for your 2nd session after 6 weeks. 2 sessions should last for 1-2 years or depending on your lifestyle and skin type
WHO SHOULD NOT GET NANOBLADING?
The same people that cannot do microblading/shading:
Pregnant and breastfeeding women, cancer/hypertension patients, Rosacea skin conditions. Let us know if you're taking any medicines before scheduling your appointment.