Eyebrow threading technique has a long history as it was used in the ancient world, in particular in Asia & the Middle East. These days the technique is regaining its popularity especially among women with sensitive skin who prefer eyebrow threading to other commonly used methods, such as tweezing and waxing. Eyebrow threading is more skin sparing than waxing as it leaves the surface layer of skin undamaged thus preserving natural protection from sun rays. In addition, this technique allows women to achieve the desired effect of kempt eyebrows with clearly-shaped lines framing the eye.
Why do women chose eyebrow threading?
There is a growing demand for the eyebrow threading service in salons worldwide, in particular, in the USA. It is an alternative to other wide spread methods, such as waxing, sugaring or tweezing. The principal advantage of this eastern technique is minimizing discomforting feeling associated with painful and skin damaging hair removal during waxing. Another benefit relates to saving money and time, as eyebrow threading provides a long-lasting effect due to removing hair from the root.
Women also value the very manner of eyebrow shaping which is carried out both from underneath and the top. In the process of tweezing, especially performed at home, removing unwanted hairs may lead to holes and divots in the eyebrow shape. There are certain hairs in the eyebrow line which function as supporters for the whole brow playing a critical role in creating its shape. These hairs’ removal can seriously destroy the entire shape or online stopwatch. This problem is not typical for threading technique.