What's the best option if you've got unwanted facial hair as a woman? Waxing, lasering, threading, bleaching, shaving or plucking - it's a minefield out there, and as someone struggling to manage a teeny, tiny ronnie, I want the best answer and I want it now. I must state that this post is strictly aimed at those who consider their facial hair unwanted - if you're rocking those sideburns or embracing your Frida Kahlo unibrow, I'm in awe and full of respect.
Typically used to shape and remove hair from eyebrows in western countries, some salons now offer additional services for upper lips, chins, cheeks, and sideburns. It seems more like an art form than hair removal. The cotton thread is twisted and maneuvered in a way that twists and plucks a row of hair out at a time, instead of plucking with a tweezers that removes one hair at a time.
Threading - Leah's Wax Works. Threading is an ancient hair removal technique used by Middle Eastern and Indian cultures. It involves twisting a piece of cotton thread into a double strand and using it to pick up a line of hair and remove it.
Facial hair threading is one of the most popular hair removal methods that Arab women use the most. To ensure the best results and to avoid skin irritation, which is so common after threading, you actually need to prepare your skin for facial hair threading. So read along to know what you have to do, to prepare your skin for a less-painful facial hair threading experience.
In threading, a thin cotton or polyester thread is doubled, then twisted. It is then rolled over areas of unwanted hair, plucking the hair at the follicle level. Unlike tweezingwhere single hairs are pulled out one at a time, threading can remove short rows of hair.
Yet, still, because of its precision, it has subsisted to today as one of the main ways to remove unwanted hair. Because it removes hair from the follicle, it can last up to six weeks. And, unlike waxing, it barely hurts.
So I'm having a mini-crisis here, and it has to do with my eyebrows. You see, my esthetician or as I call her, "my eyebrow lady" is about to go on mat leave. Until September, tomorrow is the last time she'll be wielding a piece of thread in her mouth to coax my eyebrows into shape.
Eyebrows speak louder than words. Our artist uses an ancient Asian technique to make your eyebrows perfect. The same technique can also be used for full face, forehead etc. For women who like more natural beauty regime, hair threading is a good choice as it does not contain creams, waxes, chemical or other harmful products.
Come in and have perfect eyebrows every time. Remember no appointments necessary or feel free call to schedule a specific time. Why is the shape of your eyebrows important?
Threading is a temporary hair removal technique used mostly on eyebrows, as well as the lips, cheeks, and chin. The name derives from the cotton threads that are twisted to pull the hair from the root. It is also known as "tying" or "khite" in Arabic and is an ancient Indian method that has become increasing popular in some cities. Threading can be done at home fairly easily.