Nano Brow Tattoo is a revolutionary cosmetic tattooing technique that transforms eyebrows into a masterpiece of volume and definition. Achieve natural-looking brows that effortlessly frame your face in 2024.
What exactly are Nano Brows?
Nano Brows are more than your average cosmetic eyebrow tattoo; they are a pattern of fine strokes delicately interwoven between your natural brow hair. To create these strokes a PMU machine is used, similar to that of a tattoo gun. This method helps to implant pigments into the dermis layer of the skin for up to 2.5 years. The result is a natural appearance, with strokes seamlessly indistinguishable from the surrounding hairs.
Who’s a Perfect Candidate for Nano Brow Tattoo?
Nano brows are best for those that want a natural looking brow. This technique also helps to defy pigment migration, making them suitable for most if not all skin types.
Who are Nano Brows not suitable for?
Nano Brows may not be suitable for everyone. Individuals with;
- Bleeding Disorders
- Recently had Botox
- Pregnant or Nursing
- Certain Skin Conditions or;
- If you are undergoing specific medical treatments should consult their doctors.
Yes, I want Nano Brow Tattoo! What’s the process?
Step 1: Book and Alison Jade Consultation
Firstly, as with any cosmetic tattoo procedure at Alison Jade, you will need to book a consult. During this consult, your brow tattoo specialist will assess your skin and brows to determine if you are suitable for Nano Brows. We may suggest another tattoo option if you aren’t. We will also discuss your pre and post tattoo aftercare routine.
Step 2: The Day of the Appointment
Your brow tattoo artist will draw on the outline of your brows. This is a crucial step as it will guide us during the tattoo process. Make sure to let us know if you are unhappy with the shape or would like anything in specific. Please keep in mind, the shape we draw on your brows will be based on our expert knowledge and what best suits your face based and your face measurements.
Step 3: Numbing Cream is Applied
A topical anaesthetic is applied onto the skin to numb the pain. It takes 15-20 minutes to start working, and once it does, the tattooing starts.
Step 4: It’s time to start tattooing!
We will begin to create hair strokes with an electric device, similar to a tattoo gun.
Step 5: Touch Up
Once your brows heal from your initial tattoo session, you will have a follow-up session 6 to 8 weeks later. During this appointment we add pigment in the spots that may have healed lighter and makes any necessary corrections. Remember, aftercare is vital to ensure optimal healing and perfect brows!