Eyebrow / Face Threading
Eyebrow threading involves twisting a piece of thread, usually cotton, into a double strand. This double stranded thread is used to pick up a line of hair and then remove it, creating a very clean, precise hairline.
Eyebrow threading can be used to eliminate a unibrow, raise the arch of the eyebrow, or add shape and definition to the brow. Because it removes hair by the follicle, it is a reasonably long lasting hair removal technique as well. Even short stubbly hairs can be removed, giving you the option of avoiding that bothersome grow-out period. Repeat visits after three to four weeks are standard.
The technique is also not terribly expensive because it is easy to do quickly and does not require costly chemical ingredients. For women who would like to pursue a more natural beauty regimen, eyebrow threading is a good choice, since it does not use harmful products. Most people who breakouts from waxing tend to have much better results with threading. Also, threading is dermatologist-recommended for individuals who are currently using skin-thinning medications like accutane and retin-a.
Eyebrow threading is a preferred hair removal technique for a number of reasons. Unlike tweezing or plucking, eyebrow threading removes one clean line of hair all at once, making it much quicker and easier to shape the brows. Eyebrow threading also will not harm the skin like wax and some depilatory creams can. If done correctly, the skin should not be red or irritated for more than a few minutes after the eyebrow threading session, so your beauty secrets stay secret!
Warning: waxing can tug, pull, stretch, & even remove the delicate skin on your face, eventually facilitating the development of wrinkles! but there is good news, threading does none of this! so instead of torturing your face with wax, opt for threading which will result in hairless happiness!
It is important to find an experienced threading specialist to do eyebrow threading. Inexperience can result in uneven brows, hair breakage, ingrown hairs, or unnecessary pain.