Threading Eyebrows for Precision

 

It might come as a surprise that threading eyebrows are a centuries-old practice and not a modern trend. CEO, Shobha Tummala, explains that the whole process is a natural remedy, to removing unwanted hairs. There is no use of harsh chemicals involved. 

Hair follicles are gently lifted and pulled from the roots, with a piece of thread. How more natural can it get? It is a practice that can target the tiniest of hairs, which you could not get to with waxing or plucking. What’s more, you can comfortably thread facial hairs and any other unwanted hair on your body. Not being limited to removing only one hair at a time, as in plucking, this process can remove many hairs at once.

Threading Eyebrows for Precision

Okay, it does not come without a little pain, but there is not as much discomfort as with waxing. Waxing pulls at the skin, but threading is like using tweezers. It can pinpoint each individual hair follicle at the roots. There is no actual contact with skin, though it can leave a little redness which will disappear within an hour. 

Threading Eyebrows for Precision

An eyebrow makeover can take an average of 15 minutes, depending on how much work is needed. Hair threading can last from 2 to 5 weeks. Again, dependent on other factors, such as the rate of each person’s hair re-growth. 

It is a technique you can learn to do at home, not unlike using a mini-lasso. Though if you want a professional shape to your brows, it is better to get a professional to do that precision shaping for you.

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