Semi-permanent make-up has existed since the ice age when unrefined common substances were utilised to make shades under the skin. Egyptian mummies have been found with face and body tattoos. What’s more Cleopatra is accepted to have cosmetic tattooing. There is additionally the old Japanese craft of full multifaceted body tattooing done by hand, called Tebori.
Dermal pigmentation, Micro-pigmentation, Micro-derma-pigmentation, dermal design and corrective tattooing are a few of the known names of permanent and semi-permanent makeup which are the more perceived terms among the overall population.
The standards today of putting color under the skin continue as before, however with advances in technology it is now easier to correctly pigment the skin with much less trauma than before.
THE NANO BLADING TREATMENT
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WHAT IS NANO- BLADING?
Nano-blading (eyebrow embroidery) is relatively new in the western world but has been around for centuries in Asia, where it started from. It is a manual method completed by hand, it is considered semi-permanent as compared to the traditional hair stroke technique done by the machine. The treatment is done by using a fine blade to deposit the pigment colour into the dermis, as a result the colour is closer to the surface and the strokes appear more crisp and finer. The difference to ordinary permanent make-up is that Nano- blading is not done by a machine, the pigments are manually placed into the skin. The blade glides with gentle pressure over the skin which causes a fine cut for the pigment to sit in. The cut is fine, and it may feel like a scratch whilst having the treatment. You can hardly distinguish it from the real hair ensuring it is a very natural effect, the look created is very personalised and individual to each eyebrow and client.
This method is ideal for anyone wanting to enhance the look of their eyebrows, the results are natural and elegant giving definition and volume to the eyebrow.