Eyebrow Threading

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The perfect technique to transform any shape of brows into full, expertly groomed arches, eyebrow threading is a precision hair removal technique that involves the use of a twisted length of cotton to trap and uproot even the finest hair around your brow area.

If eyes are the windows to the soul, you better make sure your brows are on point. Step up threading, the perfect technique to transform any shape of brows into full, expertly groomed arches. It's what we like to call a precision hair removal technique and it involves the use of a twisted length of cotton that traps and uproots even the finest hair around your brow area. This age old technique effortlessly removes unwanted fuzz, leaving you with perfectly symmetrical sweepings brows. Is it painful? No, but expect your eyes to water a little...

Your therapist will use a length of normal thread to ensnare your grown out eyebrow hair in a loop, before extracting them with a quick pulling action.

What to expect?

Due to its accuracy, threading is also a brilliant way to remove unwanted hair from the face, neck, hands, feet and tummy. Your therapist will use a length of normal thread to ensnare your grown out eyebrow hair in a loop, before extracting them with a quick pulling action. Experienced threading therapists work at a fairly rapid pace. Don't be surprised if you're in and out of the chair in under 15 minutes! Of course if you want your brows tinted before you have them threaded, or have particularly overgrown brows it might take a little longer.

Is it for me?

We recommend threading for anyone who suffers from sensitive skin. It's considered a fairly gentle technique, as only the hairs themselves are subject to any tension or force, not your skin. Unlike waxing the pain factor is minimal, and over in almost in instant - your skin may temporarily redden slightly, but this will subside within a few hours, resulting in smooth, perfectly arched brows that last for up to a month.


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