Now that we’ve taken you through the Nano Brow Tattoo process, let’s get into some frequently asked questions.
Are Nano Brows safe?
Yes! As long as they are done by a certified Brow Tattoo Artist. Allergic reactions to pigments are very rare, but they do happen. A patch test can be done before the procedure to ensure you will not have a reaction.
Will Nano Brows Hurt?
Nano Brow Tattoo is often less painful than microblading. Microblading Tattoo involves slicing the skin to insert the pigment, whereas Nano Tattooing is a very small tattoo needle similar to a tattoo gun. It is more like a catch scratch feeling that is annoying, but not unbearable.
What is the healing process for Nano Brow Tattoo?
During the initial healing period of up 14 days, your eyebrows will go through several stages of healing. They will appear very dark initially, however they will lighten up as they heal. In the days after your session, they may begin to scab. It’s important you don’t touch these scabs. You will begin to see the full effect of the tattoo at 6 weeks, when the ink settles.
Can I get Nano Tattooing over the top of my existing tattoo?
Your current brow tattoo will need to be assessed by an Alison Jade Brow Specialist. Most of the time, you will be able to tattoo over your current brow tattoo.
How long does Nano Brow Tattoo take?
Approximately 2 hours.
What looks more natural, Nano Tattoo or Microblading?
The debate over which is more natural remains subjective, with each technique offering unique advantages. Microblading produces thinner and sharper hair strokes, while the nano brow method tends to create slightly thicker and more airy strokes.
However, nano brows allow for the layering and crossing of hair strokes during the procedure, resulting in a more hyper realistic effect. Microblading sessions restrict the overlapping of hair strokes, and layering can only be introduced after the initial set of strokes has fully healed.