Why the Nano Sprayer is a Must for Eyelash Stylists!

Why the Nano Sprayer is a Must for Eyelash Stylists!



Nano sprayers? Nano mister? Nano nebulizer? What is that?

A nano sprayer is a device that creates a fine mist to atomize liquids into very small particles. This device is often used to apply liquids to the skin or surfaces. The mist produced consists of tiny droplets, hence the name “nano” sprayer. Good eyelash stylists always use a nano sprayer for their eyelash extension applications .

What is the Nano Sprayer Used for when Applying Eyelashes?

Warning, now it’s getting a bit scientific: The Nano sprayer is used in eyelash application to improve the adhesion and durability of eyelash extensions. When applying artificial eyelashes, waterproof glues are usually used. Their main component is cyanoacrylate. It dries in seconds but takes about 24 hours to harden. To do this, the adhesive “takes” moisture from the air. When the air is too dry, it pulls the moisture out of the skin and eyes. It’s easy to imagine this is leading to dry eyes and irritation. To avoid this, moisture should be supplied.

Once moisture and cyanoacrylate are bonded together, the molecules form a chain with a strong holding matrix called polymerization. Only when this process is complete will no more vapors escape, which can be responsible for irritated eyes and similar allergic reactions. Using the fine mist of a nano sprayer shortens this time-lapse hardening process to a few hours.

If your eyelash studio works with nano spray, you will know that they carry out their work very professionally and conscientiously.

5 Reasons Why Eyelash Stylists Should Use Nano Spray?

  1. Faster drying of the adhesive because it reacts faster with moisture.
  2. Improved durability of the eyelash extensions: faster drying of the glue leads to a stronger and more permanent adhesive bond between the artificial and natural eyelashes.
  3. The nano spray acts as a seal for fresh eyelash extensions.
  4. Moisturizing and caring effect: the elasticity of the adhesive compound makes the eyelash extensions last longer.
  5. Improving Customer Experience: Using a nano sprayer can make eyelash extension application more enjoyable for customers. Faster drying of the adhesive avoids customers having to wait with their eyes closed for a long time or suffering from irritation afterwards.

Can Nano Spray Solve Skin Problems?

A nano sprayer can help with a variety of skin issues, including:

  1. Dry skin: The nano sprayer can spray moisturizing ingredients such as hyaluronic acid or aloe vera onto the skin to moisturize and relieve dryness.
  2. Acne: A nano sprayer can also help treat acne by spraying antibacterial or anti-inflammatory ingredients onto the affected area.
  3. Sunburn: For sunburn, a nano sprayer can spray cooling and soothing ingredients like chamomile or cucumber extract onto the skin to reduce redness and pain.
  4. Skin Aging: A nano sprayer can also help fight signs of aging by atomizing hydrating and antioxidant ingredients onto the skin to improve elasticity and reduce fine lines and wrinkles.

However, it is important to note that a nano sprayer alone may not be enough to fully treat these skin issues. It should be used as a complement to a comprehensive skin care routine.


How Much Does a Nano Sprayer Cost and Which One is Best?

Prices for Nano sprayers for eyelash application may vary depending on the brand, quality and features of the device. In general, the cost of a nano sprayer for eyelash application ranges from about 10 to 50 euros, depending on the specific design. You don’t have to spend a lot of money for this, the small handheld devices are of sufficient quality for the intended use.

In our studio we work with the Nano sprayer from XXL Lashes, which in our experience offers the best value for money.

It doesn’t leak, doesn’t drip and sprays a very fine mist.

How is the Nano Sprayer Used?

The exact use of a nano sprayer can vary depending on the model and manufacturer. However, in general, most nano sprayers follow similar steps:

  1. Preparation: Make sure your Nano mister is fully charged with the included USB cable.
  2. Fill: Open the nano sprayer’s water tank or container and fill it with the desired liquid. If you fill it with water, be sure to only use mineral water.
  3. Turn on: Turn on the Nano sprayer by pressing the appropriate button or switch.
  4. Keep your distance: Hold the Nano sprayer about 15-20 cm away from the surface you want to apply the liquid to.
  5. Spray: Press the trigger or the spray button on the Nano sprayer to create the fine mist. Slowly move the sprayer over the area to be sprayed to ensure the liquid is evenly distributed.
  6. Cleaning and maintenance: After each use, you should clean and maintain the Nano sprayer according to the manufacturer’s instructions to ensure proper function and longevity of the device.


Using a nano sprayer offers several advantages:

  1. Fine Atomization: A Nano sprayer creates a fine mist of tiny particles that are evenly applied to the surface. This allows for better distribution of the liquid, be it skin care products, sanitizers or other liquids.
  2. The Nano mister was developed to speed up the curing process of the adhesive. It shortens the recommended “drying time” from 24-48 hours to 4-10 hours.
  3. Rapid Absorption: Atomization into small particles allows liquids to be better absorbed by skin or other surfaces. This can lead to faster absorption, which can be particularly beneficial for skin care products, as it allows the active ingredients to penetrate the skin more effectively.
  4. Economical use: The fine mist of a nano sprayer enables liquids to be used sparingly. This can reduce the consumption of skin care products or other liquids.
  5. Convenient and Portable: Nano sprayers tend to be compact and lightweight, making them easy to carry and use on the go.
  6. Wide range of uses: Nano sprayers can be used for various purposes including skin care, household cleaning, disinfection, medicine and more.


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