Why Should I Try Eyebrow Threading?

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Are you a waxer? Maybe you’re an at-home plucker? You might even be someone who believes their brows are under control and wouldn’t dare do anything to change their perfect shape. Whatever your current beauty routine consists of, The Beauty & Brow Parlour are here to explain the differences and benefits of eyebrow threading. You’ll be able to  understand why so many Australians (and people around the world!) are taking advantage of this quick, affordable and easy way to give them the eyebrows of their dreams.

A Brief History

Eyebrow threading isn’t new. In fact, it’s really old. Most historians believe this cosmetic beauty procedure originated around 6000 years ago! Although there exists debate about the precise geographical birthplace of eyebrow threading, anecdotal evidence suggests that areas like Iran and India were among the first countries to perfect this practice. In these eastern cultures, the removal of hair was synonymous with the journey into womanhood. A ceremonial procedure, a young girl’s first eyebrow threading meant that she was becoming an adult and signified her readiness for marriage! With a rich history like this, it’s hard to believe that brow threading was only embraced relatively recently by the western world. It was only in the last few decades that this technique saw interest from countries like Australia, The United Kingdom and the USA – with it eventually seeing widespread use in more recent times.

How Does Eyebrow Threading Work?

Brow threading works with thread – of course! The technique gets its name from the key piece of equipment used to remove the hair. Your beauty technician will firmly hold the piece of cotton thread over your eyebrows so that it’s taut. Quickly and skillfully moving it over the areas of hair that need to be removed, the unique twisting and pulling motion allows full rows of hair to be removed at once. Trapping the hairs together between the fibres of the thread and pulling them out with ease, this method allows for a very precise finish.

Is Threading Better Than Waxing?

It’s most likely going to be a matter of personal preference when it comes to choosing between threading and waxing. While many people do claim that threading is less painful than waxing, all of us have different comfort levels and pain thresholds, so it’s hard to determine which of the two is easier to endure. Threading is almost certainly a more suitable option if you’re prone to allergic reactions or extreme agitation from traditional waxing products. Without the use of any harsh chemicals, threading is the more natural option and avoids the (albeit low) risk of wax damaging your skin.

The Benefits of Threading

  • Little to no swelling afterwards
  • It’s quick and easy
  • Long lasting results (average of around 3 weeks)
  • No direct contact with your skin
  • Very precise shaping results

Best Eyebrow Threading in Australia

If brow threading sounds like the solution to your out of control brows, visit The Beauty & Brow Parlour today to receive a quick and easy shape up. Head over to our website to find your closest location and come on in today, we welcome walk-ins! Whether it’s your first time or you’re a loyal regular, you’ll receive the superior level of customer service that The Beauty & Brow Parlour is known for all across Australia!

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