Threading is one of the famous hair removal technique. It originated in India and now it is famous worldwide. Threading is getting very popular in Australian women nowadays.
What is threading?
The technique involves using a thin, twisted cotton thread and swiping it quickly against the skin to remove unwanted hair from the root. Threading can remove an entire row of hair at a time.
How often do I need to have eyebrow threading?
It depends on growth of your hair but you need to have your eyebrow threading every 3 to 4 weeks.
Is threading 100% natural?
Yes, Threading is 100% natural hair removal technique. No chemical is applied to the skin.
What are the benefits of threading?
No chemicals or heat is applied to the skin so it reduces the risk of contra actions.
It is a much faster than waxing or tweezing.
Hair grows back finer.
Instead of plucking one hair at a time, this way you remove several hairs at once.
It leaves a really nice arched shape with straight lines.
You can go at the same area more than once as it's only the hair you're targeting.
It does not cause ingrown hair as it is pulled directly from the root.
Benefit of threading over waxing?
Less contact with the skin-Threading has little to no contact with the skin. Waxing, however tugs at skin when the hair is removed, and can really irritate sensitive skin making it turn pink to extremely red
Stop seeing red-The skin mostly gets red because of the wax tugging at the skin, not the actual removal of the hair. If you do get pink from threading, it usually goes away within the hour.
Delicate skin- The skin around the eyes is thin, and can get easily irritated from waxing even if it doesn't bother other body zones. Threading eyebrows is a true life saver for hair removal in the eye area.
No contraindications- Threading eyebrows do not remove the top layer of skin like waxing. So even people that use Retin-A or take other medications that conflict with waxing, can still get threading.
Burn-free method- Most waxes are used warm, but can be heated up too much and burn the skin resulting in extreme pain and scabby skin. There's no chance of getting scorched with threading.