Threading is an art, and you can gain the best eyebrow shapes through this technique, which is more effective than wax in creating the perfect shape, and does not harm your skin in the long run, like wax on your face or some hair-removal creams can.
The process of threading is admittedly painful, as plucking hairs from the skin directly does seem excruciating at times, but if it is done correctly, should not irritate your skin for more than a couple of minutes, and the pain ends with the process.
There is no danger of sagging skin or ripping off layers of skin like there is when you are waxing and the result is more delicate and honed than through any other technique of eyebrow hair removal.
If you get your eyebrows threaded into shape, you can balance your facial features through cleaner, more defined lines, which make your bone structure stand out.
A good salon threads in a way that removes rows of hair in a straight line, reducing the amount of pain caused by such a process which makes it easier to sit through.
You can put in a request for a particular eyebrow shape that you like so that the technicians can create the exact look for you.
Threading is the most tried and tested method for hair removal.
You can clear rows of hair from your forehead, upper-lips and sides as well, and all you need is some cotton thread and some talcum powder.
The talcum powder helps reduce pain in the process and prevents cuts from forming on the skin.
Once you start getting your eyebrows threaded, they would have a clearer, more defined shape and would be easier to shape the next time they grow out, leaving out the need to draw out shapes like you need to do when you choose to get your brows waxed.
Threading is also cheaper than laser therapies, which cost a lot and harm your skin in the long run, making it dull.
It is suitable for all types of skin, even skin that is too sensitive for chemical and laser treatments, as there is no need to use any sort of chemicals when you are threading.
A good salon employs the traditional art that originated in Turkey centuries ago and is now a favorite method of eyebrow sculpting with cosmetologists worldwide.