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How to Choose the Best Machine for Nano Brows

I understand how challenging it can be to select the right machine for our permanent makeup work. Each of us has unique preferences and techniques, and finding a machine that meets your specific needs is crucial to achieving the best results for your clients. That’s why I’ve created this comprehensive video guide to help you choose the perfect machine whether you’re aiming for subtle line strokes or the popular pixelated effect.

Decoding Machine Types

First off, let’s talk about the various machine types available. Some machines are designed to create precise line strokes, while others are optimized for producing pixelated effects. These differences largely stem from the stroke length of the machines—short, medium, or long.

Decoding Machine Types

Understanding Stroke Length

In this tutorial, I explain what stroke length means—it refers to how far the needle travels in one cycle of the machine. Machines with short stroke lengths move quickly but may lack the power needed for deeper, more pronounced effects.

Understanding Stroke Length

Medium and long stroke machines, with their slower and more pronounced movements, are perfect for creating beautiful pixelated strokes. They hit the skin effectively even at lower speeds, which is great for reducing skin trauma.

Hands-On Demonstrations

To give you a clear idea of how these machines perform, I demonstrate their use on latex. You’ll see how adjusting the settings and speeds affects the appearance of the strokes. For example, the Mast Tour Y22 is excellent for pixelated strokes at low speeds, while the Biomaser machine produces sharp, clean lines. It’s fascinating to see how small adjustments can make a big difference.

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Let’s Chat in the Comments

I also encourage you to participate in the comments section below the video. Sharing your experiences, favorite machines, or preferred pigments can greatly benefit our community. It’s all about learning and growing together!

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