A semi-permanent tattooing technique to represent real hair strokes using pigment, creating a more natural look to your brows.


A semi-permanent tattoo technique used to create the illusion of more lush, natural-looking brows. A combined technique of microblading and shading that does not tattoo full strokes along the browline


A semi permanent makeup technique designed to create eyebrows with soft powder effect, very similar to powder makeup and completely different from microblading, giving your brows an ombre look rather than individual hair strokes.

Nano Realistic Hair Stroke

A technique that involves tattooing lines that mimic natural eyebrow hair using a permanent makeup tattoo machine and needle to implant pigment into the epidermis.

  • No Cutting or Open Wounds: Unlike some other techniques, Nano Realistic Hair Stroke does not involve cutting the skin.
  • Immediate Cleaning: Eyebrows can get wet and be cleaned immediately after the appointment.
  • Realistic Appearance: This technique creates natural-looking, realistic brow hair.
  • 3D Effect: The strokes can have a 3D effect, enhancing the natural look.
  • Less Migration: The pigment is less likely to migrate after healing.

Microblading is a hot trend in the beauty industry, and for good reason. It allows individuals to wake up with beautiful brows every morning without the daily hassle. On average, those who are good candidates for microblading can enjoy its benefits for up to a year with good color retention.

However, an emerging version of the microblading process promises even more sophisticated and natural-looking eyebrows with longer-lasting color retention and less risk. Enter the “Nano Brow Machine Hair Strokes” service.

You might be wondering which service is better for you or what the big difference is.


This process involves using a small handheld tool to implant pigment into the upper dermal layer of the skin in hair-like strokes that mimic natural eyebrows.

Nano Brow Machine Hair Strokes

This process is accomplished through the work of a highly skilled artist utilizing a high-performing permanent makeup machine. Nano Machine Hair Strokes offer longer-lasting results and have less risk of pigment migration after healing.

Both techniques are semi-permanent. However, microblading lasts approximately 18 months with proper aftercare, whereas Nano Machine Hair Strokes can last from 2-3 years.

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