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Benefits of Threading

It's fast and targeted directed at the hair that needs to be removed to give perfect eyebrow shape
Eyebrows are clearly defined using this procedure
It's kinder to the skin and is considered better than waxing or tweezing.  The skin does not loose any of its elasticity and you feel and look younger
Eyebrows are shaped by our beauticians after consultation to suit the shape of your brow.

Threading eyebrows has become more fashionable in recent years, thanks to coverage in the media.  Threading has been used in Asian and Middle-Eastern countries for decades, and is also known as khite.  It is performed using a length of twisted cotton to catch and pull out the hairs

Although it may seem quite simple, threading does require training skill to ensure hairs are not snapped off.

Threading is also good for those with large amount of eyebrow hair and surrounding facial hair, as tweezing simply takes too long and is painful. 

The main benefit of threading is the way it shapes the eyebrow, not just underneath but also the top.  One of the major drawbacks of tweezing is that it’s easy to remove the wrong hairs which then alter the shape of the eyebrow.  For example, you may remove thick hairs from underneath the brow which act as a form of ‘scaffolding’ for the entire brow.  By removing those hairs the shapes collapse, and there is no option but to wait for them to grow back in!

Threading avoids this as it only removes hairs from around the eyebrows.  It’s fine to go over the same area several times as only the hair is being targeted. It’s also very good for removing facial hair, especially when waxing or sugaring can prove to be too irritating. (Let’s not get into whether plucking facial hair is good or bad.  Millions of women do it every day, and it obviously works for some and others it simply doesn't.)

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