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Eyebrow Threading

Threading is a temporary method in the removal of scattered hair. Threading is used on the entire face, including upper lip, chin, eyebrows, sideburns and cheeks. It is more effective than shaving or bleaching.

Threading is a traditional Indian form of hair removal that became popular in US a few years ago. The main disadvantage that is associated with threading is that, it can be painful depends on how sensitive your skin is and how thick your hair grows.

Plucking is usually performed using hand-held or electrical tweezers. Electrical tweezers including the Epilady range of products are designed to remove unwanted hair from both small and large areas. Tweezing your eyebrows is the most dramatic way to change your face without makeup or surgery. It can make your eyes look larger and give your face a clean, polished look.

Threading is much easier than waxing. Tweezing is painful, as you're pulling out each hair one by one. The best thing to do is thread. To tweeze brows, use an alcohol-soaked swab to clean the area. This removes oils that make the hairs harder to grip.

Threading involves pulling out a row of hairs from the follicle by twisting the hairs into a cotton thread. The therapist holds one end of the thread in her neck and the other end in one of her hands. With her free hand, she grabs the middle of the thread to form a loop. The loop traps the unwanted row of hairs and the specialist pulls the hairs from the skin, leaving a smooth finish.

Benefits of Eyebrow Threading -

Here are some benefits of eyebrow threading:-

  • It is an inexpensive methods of hair removal, when compare to others.
  • Threading leaves perfect lines, creating the right form under the eyebrow instead of the arch.
  • Threading not only removes facial hair, it exfoliates too.
  • Eyebrow Threading is very precise and allows specialists to have greater control than waxing, resulting in a better eyebrow shape for you!
  • Threading pull the hair from the roots, tweezers cut the hair, making them thicker and at the same time they start growing faster.
  • In this method of hair removal, the hair grows back thinner and slower.



Eyebrow Threading