Eyebrow threading is a form of hair removal that involves using a thin cotton thread to remove unwanted hair. The thread acts as a mini lasso, grabbing the hairs and plucking them out at their roots.
Show-stopping eyebrows are one of the biggest current beauty trends. You want a natural look, but they should be shaped and maintained if you want them to be a stand out feature on your face.
Eyebrow threading is an excellent alternative to tweezing or waxing because it’s less painful than plucking individual hairs with tweezers or ripping them out with wax strips.
The shape of your eyebrows can define the frame of your face, but it’s not always easy to know the style that will best suit your face and how to achieve it. Eyebrow threading can be used to shape brows into arches or curves instead of just removing stray hairs from your eyebrows as tweezing does.
Are there any side effects of eyebrow threading?
Not really. The most common side effect of eyebrow threading is temporary redness around the area being threaded for about 20 minutes after your appointment is over. Some people (with extra sensitive skin types) may experience swelling or minor bleeding after their first few eyebrow threading appointments due to their skin adapting to this hair removal method.
How Does Eyebrow Threading Work?
Thin cotton strings are twisted around the hairs near your eyebrow until they catch on each strand, then pulled out quickly in one swift motion. This removes the hairs at their roots so they won’t grow back for several weeks — sometimes months (depending on your hair growth).
Having fabulous eyebrows, just like Cara Delevigne, Kylie Jenner or the legendary Audrey Hepburn, is possible.
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