Threading VS Waxing?! Eyebrow: Must Know!

Threading VS Waxing?! Eyebrow: Must Know!

Threading VS Waxing?! Eyebrow: Must Know!

You may be stuck between waxing and threading your eyebrows! There is a big difference in the process between both of the procedures! Here you will learn a short and simple about the two, let’s get straight to the point!

Eyebrow threading:

      Eyebrow threading is a process using thread. It is more effective in shaping than waxing, so if you are looking for a quick and better arched eyebrows this is the best method for you. Although threading doesn’t require a licences so be careful who you let touch your brows! Do your research and find the best fit for you. Threading doesn’t use any harmful or dangerous chemicals so it is a pro to sensitive skin. Threading makes much less contact with the skin so it will not leave inflammation, redness, or swelling! This is the best quick and easy method. In order get threaded your hair has to be very noticeable, and long. It has to be long enough for the thread tow wrap around the hair. Threading typically last longer than waxing as it last up to 3-4 weeks.


     This method is usually cheaper than threading. It can be more painful depending on the sensitivity of your skin. This process uses chemicals so it can cause more pain and irritation.  This is one of the most common ways that have been around for a while! If you aren’t use to getting your eyebrows plucked then this will be the less painful way. Threading is compared to a more intense plucking feeling. This is still known as a very irritating method.

In conclusion, If you are trying to get rid of unwanted body hair than waxing is your better alternative, but when it comes to eyebrows, threading is the best choice! It has longer results, Less pain, and it doesn’t leave any pain or redness!

If you would like to learn more about growing your eyebrows, or even shaping them read more of my articles found under “tricks and tips”

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