By: | Updated: 12/12/2017

Stop Being Afraid of Eyebrow Threading and Try It

Is eyebrow threading painful? This is the question that many women ask the moment they hear about this technique. It’s because there is a myth that threading eyebrows is something sadistic even though other techniques like plucking or waxing are not that pleasant, too. Well, as we state, it’s only a myth, and it exists because women refuse to try and see that, in reality, threading is not that bad. In fact, the feeling is simply unusual rather than painful.

So, how does eyebrow threading work? In short, you will roll a special twisted thread made of cotton over your hairs and it will rip out every follicle of the pore with no exception. But again, do not worry, as it sounds scarier than it is. And if you are difficult to convince, we can advise you try out the technique on your hand at first. Even if your pain threshold is lower than average, we are sure that you will still agree to try threading on your face afterwards.

And now let’s talk about pleasant things when it comes to threading. The difference between waxing and threading eyebrows is that the latter technique is more precise. It does not leave any hairs in the exact places where you want. As a result, you can achieve very defined and polished eyebrows shapes for different face types, including the ideal eyebrow shapes for round face and eyebrow shapes for oval faces.

Plus, here is another surprisingly pleasant answer to the question how long does threading eyebrows last. Considering that it tackles all the tiny hairs, these hairs will start growing out all at once. So, you won’t have to do a touch up every single week. Usually about 2 weeks can pass until you opt for a touch up. And reshaping will be required in about a month. How cool is that!

Moreover, if to compare threading eyebrows vs waxing, you are unlikely to get any irritation in case you pick the former method and to the contrary with the latter. Unlike waxing, threading deals only with hairs and has nothing to do with the skin. And that minimizes the possibility of getting any irritation. That makes this method especially useful for irritable, acne-prone, and sensitive skin types.

Now we know that you are tempted to try it. Luckily, we can read your mind, so, we have a detailed tutorial on eyebrow threading at home. Get ready to learn how to get ideal eyebrows!

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