Why Nano-Machine Tattoo is Better than Microblading

When it comes to achieving fuller, more defined eyebrows, both microblading and nano-machine tattoo are popular options. However, nano-machine tattoo has been gaining in popularity due to its many benefits over microblading. In this post, we’ll explore why nano-machine tattoo is the better choice for those looking for a long-lasting, natural-looking eyebrow solution.

1) Precise hairstrokes

One of the biggest benefits of nano-machine tattoo is its ability to create precise lines with ease. The small, electric machine used in nano-machine tattoo allows for precise placement of pigment, resulting in a defined, natural-looking hair strokes as compared to microblading hair strokes which is infamous for merging into ‘blocks’ of colour overtime and losing its hairstrokes look.

2) Long-lasting Results for all skin types

Another advantage of nano-machine tattoo over microblading is its long-lasting results. Unlike microblading (not suitable for oily, mature skin), which can fade after just a few months, nano-machine tattoo can last up to two years or more. This means you won’t have to worry about touch-ups as often, saving you time and money in the long run.

3) Reduced Pain and Healing Time 

While microblading can be pretty painful and draws lots of blood during procedure even after numbing, clients feedback that nano-machine tattoo typically has zero pain after numbing cream has been applied.

Slight discomfort can occur on clients with very sensitive skin after about an hour but will be fine as soon as numbing cream is reapplied. We often find our clients falling asleep during the nano-machine tattoo as the procedure is very comfortable. Redness on skin after procedure as well as scabbing is also extremely minimum as compared to microblading. At the same time, nano machine technique has a shorter healing time due to the small nee

dles used in nano-machine tattoo are less invasive than the handheld tool used in microblading.

4) More Natural-Looking Results

Finally, nano-machine tattoo can produce more natural-looking results than microblading. This is because the small needles used in nano-machine tattoo can create finer, more subtle lines that mimic the look of real hair. This makes nano-machine tattoo ideal for people who want a natural-looking eyebrow without the hassle of applying makeup every day.

5) No scarring

The way that colour pigments gets deposited beneath the skin is different for microblading and nano-machine tattoo technique. For microblading, a blade is moved across the skin and the skin is literally ‘sliced’ across to create a line for pigment to go beneath. This is why after about 2 sessions of microbladng, most people won’t be able to get it touched up again as microblading can cause a lot of trauma and scar tissue on your skin and therefore pigment is highly unlikely to be absorbed by the skin.

For nano machine, colour pigment is deposited into the skin by little tiny dots so there’s minimum trauma caused to skin and healing is much quicker and most clients report not having scabbing at all during healing. Just getting your finger pricked versus getting it sliced, of course the pricked injured will produce a lot less bleeding, less pain and heals much much quicker!


In conclusion, nano-machine tattoo offers many benefits over microblading, including precise lines, long-lasting results, reduced pain and healing time, and more natural-looking results. If you’re looking for a long-lasting solution for fuller, more defined eyebrows, nano-machine tattoo may be the right choice for you.

Note: As with any cosmetic procedure, it’s important to research and find a reputable and experienced artist who can provide you with the results you’re looking for.