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What You Need to Know About Eyebrow Threading

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If you’re looking for perfectly defined eyebrows, threading is the way to go. If you’re really pain-averse and absolutely perfect brows aren’t on the top of your to-do list, eyebrow threading probably isn’t the way to go. It’s a fast service, so if you can put with a couple of minutes of mild “ow,” you’re rewarded with great-looking eyebrows.

How It Works

>If you’re looking for perfectly defined eyebrows, threading is the way to go. If you’re really pain-averse and absolutely perfect brows aren’t on the top of your to-do list, eyebrow threading probably isn’t the way to go. It’s a fast service, so if you can put with a couple of minutes of mild “ow,” you’re rewarded with great-looking eyebrows. How It Works Eyebrow threading originated in Asia thousands of years ago. In some Asian cultures, the first eyebrow threading was a sign that a girl had reached womanhood. Threading consists of doubling a thin thread made of cotton or polyester, then twisting it. The thread is rolled over each hair for removal, and the hair is caught almost like a lasso. Threading takes the hair out at the follicle level. While it hurts a little, it really doesn’t irritate the skin and is a much more precise technique than waxing. Absolutely no chemicals touch your skin, so there’s no chance of sensitivity or little chance of an allergic reaction. It’s also sanitary, as that particular thread is used only on you. Easy Maintenance While you have to put up with some discomfort with eyebrow threading, there’s a lot less maintenance involved afterward. Hairs your tweezers can’t reach are removed via threading, so brows are absolutely even. They grow in at the same rate and time, so those constant touch-ups are a thing of the past. Most people can wait four to five weeks before having to go to a salon for another threading session. Over time, you may find hairs take longer and longer to grow in. In a best-case scenario, after several sessions your threaded brow hairs don’t grow back at all. Relief for the Bad Brow Crowd If your eyebrows are the bane of your face, threading is for you. If you’ve tried everything else to get your brows even and less bushy, odds are threading will do the trick. More than Brows If you have a mustache or excessive fuzz on your face, threading is a great way to get rid of unwanted hair. However, the procedure isn’t recommended for hair anywhere else on the body. Threading the legs or your nether parts will take forever – and hurt, because these hairs are much coarser than those on the face. For those areas, stick to shaving or waxing or consider laser hair removal.

If you or someone you know is interested in hair removal, please feel free to schedule a consultation or contact one of our representatives today!

Eyebrow threading originated in Asia thousands of years ago. In some Asian cultures, the first eyebrow threading was a sign that a girl had reached womanhood. Threading consists of doubling a thin thread made of cotton or polyester, then twisting it. The thread is rolled over each hair for removal, and the hair is caught almost like a lasso. Threading takes the hair out at the follicle level. While it hurts a little, it really doesn’t irritate the skin and is a much more precise technique than waxing.

Absolutely no chemicals touch your skin, so there’s no chance of sensitivity or little chance of an allergic reaction. It’s also sanitary, as that particular thread is used only on you.

Easy Maintenance

While you have to put up with some discomfort with eyebrow threading, there’s a lot less maintenance involved afterward. Hairs your tweezers can’t reach are removed via threading, so brows are absolutely even. They grow in at the same rate and time, so those constant touch-ups are a thing of the past. Most people can wait four to five weeks before having to go to a salon for another threading session. Over time, you may find hairs take longer and longer to grow in. In a best-case scenario, after several sessions your threaded brow hairs don’t grow back at all.

Relief for the Bad Brow Crowd

If your eyebrows are the bane of your face, threading is for you. If you’ve tried everything else to get your brows even and less bushy, odds are threading will do the trick.

More than Brows

If you have a mustache or excessive fuzz on your face, threading is a great way to get rid of unwanted hair. However, the procedure isn’t recommended for hair anywhere else on the body. Threading the legs or your nether parts will take forever – and hurt, because these hairs are much coarser than those on the face. For those areas, stick to shaving or waxing or consider laser hair removal.

If you or someone you know is interested in hair removal, please feel free to schedule a consultation or contact one of our representatives today!

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