When it comes to eyebrow maintenance, there are a number of options available: waxing, tweezing, microblading, to name a few.
But one ancient technique that has stood the test of time is eyebrow threading.
Originating in South Asia and the Middle East centuries ago, this hair removal method uses a cotton thread to gently roll over the skin and remove stray hairs from the root.
By creating a twisting motion, the thread traps each hair in a tiny coil, making it easier to remove.
While it’s most commonly used for eyebrows, threading can also be used to remove unwanted hair from other areas of the face, like the upper lip, chin, and cheeks.
So if you’re looking for a natural, precise, and long-lasting way to maintain your brows, eyebrow threading might just be your new go-to.
Threading involves a certain level of discomfort, varying based on personal sensitivity and location of the area being treated. Pain is less acute on the top of the brow compared to the bottom. Fortunately, there are effective ways to alleviate discomfort.
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