Nanoblading for eyebrows is the latest trend in 2022. Wenn es um Revolution in der Schönheitstechnologie geht, können wir nur ausrufen: "Was für eine Zeit, in der wir leben". Fast jeden zweiten Tag gibt es ein neues Produkt mit den neuesten und fortschrittlichsten Inhaltsstoffen, eine innovative Dienstleistung oder eine neue Technologie.
Take the world of permanent makeup: just as the hype surrounding eyebrow microblading was reaching its peak, a newer, more concentrated and extremely precise version of this technique emerged that could displace it forever.
Nanoblading, so named for the ultra-thin needles used to apply the incredibly realistic hairs, is the latest method to "get real" eyebrows. But as with any innovation, it is important to do thorough research before making an appointment for this procedure.
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What is Nanoblading ?
Like microblading, nanoblading is a form of eyebrow tattooing that uses a handheld device and a very thin needle (unlike microblading, which uses multiple needles) to apply pigment under the skin that mimics the look of real eyebrow hair.
Like microblading, dermal pigment is designed to fade over time to allow for future enhancement – however, microblading fades faster than nanoblading because the pigment is applied more superficially under the skin.
What are the advantages of nanoblading eyebrows vs. microblading
The latest eyebrow trend for 2022 brings a number of potential benefits:
- Lasts longer than microblading.
- Makes eyebrows look fuller.
- Can be customized for each person.
- Nanoblading tools allow for a more controlled application than microblading for extremely precise movements on the hair shaft.
While microblading lasts about 1-2 years due to the depth of pigmentation, eyebrows with nano-blading can last up to three years – with the time frame largely depending on the pigment color, depth, type of ink, intensity of work and the client’s skin. For example, oily skin may fade faster because oily skin naturally has a faster cell turnover.
Microblading is best for people with normal to dry skin. However, the beauty of nanoblading technology is that it is available for many more skin types. People with very oily, scarred, textured or thick skin are excellent candidates for this technique, as are people with already tattooed eyebrows who want to correct them.
Nanoblading for eyebrows: What to expect from the procedure
A typical nanoblading treatment lasts between 2 and 4 hours. In the first half, the eyebrows are designed. The client and dermatologist discuss everything from the desired shape, style and size to the selection of appropriate pigments and shades. After a before photo is taken, the eyebrows are temporarily applied with a special pencil to double check them before tinting.
If you have ever had a regular tattoo placed on your body, you will be familiar with this stage of pre-painting. At this stage, the tattoo artist applies the temporary layer to the area where the tattoo will be placed.
When it’s time for the actual procedure, a local anesthetic is administered and the machine is prepared. Using a movable needle and the machine, the pigment is slowly implanted into the skin. This process can take some time, as each feature is meticulously drawn with the tattoo machine.
How much pain does nanoblading cause?
As a rule, tattoos are at least a little painful. However, with nanoblading procedures, the pain is almost eliminated by numbing creams. Immediately after the procedure, there may be some slight redness and swelling. However, these should subside within a day or two.
After the procedure: How to take care of your eyebrows with nanoblading.
Strict adherence to prescribed care after the procedure is critical for the skin to heal properly. Your dermatologist will tell you exactly what you should or should not do depending on your lifestyle. However, sweating, sunbathing, swimming and applying makeup are strictly prohibited for at least 10 days after the procedure.
To keep your eyebrows clean, you need to wipe them regularly with a sterile water towel and then gently dry them. This helps to remove excess lymph, pigment or oil buildup to reduce the buildup.
Expect slight flaking for about 3-7 days after the treatment. However, do not touch, pull or rub your eyebrows under any circumstances (even though it is very tempting). After the recovery period, it is advisable not to use chemical peels or expose your face to the sun.
Nanoblading side effects
Nanoblading has some of the same side effects as microblading. For one, the color may deteriorate over time, requiring occasional adjustments. Scabbing is common after the procedure as the brows heal. Exfoliation a few days after the procedure is also part of the healing process. However, with proper aftercare, these effects can be minimized.